Well Kept is excited to announce our partnership with The Container Store as an official in-house organizer
Creating Clutter Free Spaces

A Well Kept Space
Creates a Well Kept Life

We create clutter-free and stress-free areas in the home or business, so you can spend more time doing things you love. When you embrace your space, you are able to fully live life. 


Whether due to work, kids, or simply feeling overwhelmed, we all have that pain point in our house {or several} that we avoid. As clutter and stagnant energy pile up, so do stress and anxiety in spaces that should otherwise bring peace, positive vibes, and creativity into our lives. That’s where we come in. Two passionate gals who create simplified, organized systems specific to your individual needs. The result – a beautiful space you can embrace and easily maintain for years to come!

How It Works



We begin new projects with an in-person or virtual walk-through of your home or space(s) that need attention.


Getting Started

Arguably the most important step of all getting all the contents out of your space in order to create a clean, blank canvas to work from.


Inventory Items

Here is where we identify which items to keep, donate or sell. We then discard items that are no longer usable or needed.



Items that belong together are grouped into different categories.


Implement System

Now comes the fun part – implementing a functional and orderly system that optimizes your space.



Bins, containers, racks, and more are utilized to give every item a home.


Maintenance Program

You can now Embrace Your Space AND maintain it on your own – woohoo!!!

Let Us Help Keep your Home Well Kept

Take back control of the clutter in your home and embrace your space. 

Embrace Your Space

After the Well Kept crew finished organizing my kitchen, I felt a sense of calmness. The best compliment I can give them is that both of my children are asking when they will be back to do the rest of the house.
Blaire S.
They create organizational systems you didn't know you needed but now can't live without. It has made prime living spaces even more enjoyable to spend time in. I get it now... that's what they mean by Embrace Your Space.
Jim Taylor