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Rozalia Kiss

Manager of Design and Sales

transFORM Gallery

Direct Phone: (914) ***-****       

Email: r***@***.com

transFORM Gallery

20 Jones Street

New Rochelle, New York 10801

United States

Company Description

At TransFORM, we make it our business to create order from chaos helping you renew your inner space. From highly functional home offices to elegant dressing rooms to pantries worthy of a 4-star restaurant, we make storage that's ready to come out from beh... more

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Ray Anthony : Banff & Canmore Real Estate : Ray Anthony's Real Estate Blog : page 2

raymondanthony.com [cached]

"A cubby or set of hooks for each person in your home reduces clutter and allows everyone to have their own personal storage compartment," says Rozalia Kiss, design manager at transForm. "Plus, your loved ones won't take your gloves if they can find their own."

Stock up on baskets and bins . Use containers that slide neatly into divided shelves to keep hats and gloves dust free. "Grouping similar items makes finding and selecting the gear you need simple and quick," says Kiss.
Don't scrimp on hooks. Hooks are inexpensive and easy additions to your winter gear storage that can make all the difference, especially if you consider all the things you could potentially hang. "Install hooks for your keys, dog leash, sports equipment and backpacks as well as jackets and scarves," says Kiss.
Catch the snow before it comes indoors. Kiss advises keeping a rough mat outside the door and a mud tray on your mudroom boot shelf to catch snow from boots.
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Kiss advises donating any unwanted winter jackets, hats and gloves to charities and shelters.


Ray Anthony : Banff & Canmore Real Estate : Ray Anthony's Real Estate Blog : page 2

raymondanthony.com [cached]

"A cubby or set of hooks for each person in your home reduces clutter and allows everyone to have their own personal storage compartment," says Rozalia Kiss, design manager at transForm. "Plus, your loved ones won't take your gloves if they can find their own."

Stock up on baskets and bins . Use containers that slide neatly into divided shelves to keep hats and gloves dust free. "Grouping similar items makes finding and selecting the gear you need simple and quick," says Kiss.
Don't scrimp on hooks. Hooks are inexpensive and easy additions to your winter gear storage that can make all the difference, especially if you consider all the things you could potentially hang. "Install hooks for your keys, dog leash, sports equipment and backpacks as well as jackets and scarves," says Kiss.
Catch the snow before it comes indoors. Kiss advises keeping a rough mat outside the door and a mud tray on your mudroom boot shelf to catch snow from boots.
...
Kiss advises donating any unwanted winter jackets, hats and gloves to charities and shelters.


Ray Anthony : Banff & Canmore Real Estate : Ray Anthony's Real Estate Blog

raymondanthony.com [cached]

"A cubby or set of hooks for each person in your home reduces clutter and allows everyone to have their own personal storage compartment," says Rozalia Kiss, design manager at transForm. "Plus, your loved ones won't take your gloves if they can find their own."

Stock up on baskets and bins . Use containers that slide neatly into divided shelves to keep hats and gloves dust free. "Grouping similar items makes finding and selecting the gear you need simple and quick," says Kiss.
Don't scrimp on hooks. Hooks are inexpensive and easy additions to your winter gear storage that can make all the difference, especially if you consider all the things you could potentially hang. "Install hooks for your keys, dog leash, sports equipment and backpacks as well as jackets and scarves," says Kiss.
Catch the snow before it comes indoors. Kiss advises keeping a rough mat outside the door and a mud tray on your mudroom boot shelf to catch snow from boots.
...
Kiss advises donating any unwanted winter jackets, hats and gloves to charities and shelters.


Ray Anthony : Banff & Canmore Real Estate : : page 2

raymondanthony.com [cached]

"A cubby or set of hooks for each person in your home reduces clutter and allows everyone to have their own personal storage compartment," says Rozalia Kiss, design manager at transForm. "Plus, your loved ones won't take your gloves if they can find their own."

Stock up on baskets and bins . Use containers that slide neatly into divided shelves to keep hats and gloves dust free. "Grouping similar items makes finding and selecting the gear you need simple and quick," says Kiss.
Don't scrimp on hooks. Hooks are inexpensive and easy additions to your winter gear storage that can make all the difference, especially if you consider all the things you could potentially hang. "Install hooks for your keys, dog leash, sports equipment and backpacks as well as jackets and scarves," says Kiss.
Catch the snow before it comes indoors. Kiss advises keeping a rough mat outside the door and a mud tray on your mudroom boot shelf to catch snow from boots.
...
Kiss advises donating any unwanted winter jackets, hats and gloves to charities and shelters.


Ray Anthony : Banff & Canmore Real Estate : Archived blog posts for : 2013

raymondanthony.com [cached]

"A cubby or set of hooks for each person in your home reduces clutter and allows everyone to have their own personal storage compartment," says Rozalia Kiss, design manager at transForm. "Plus, your loved ones won't take your gloves if they can find their own."

Stock up on baskets and bins . Use containers that slide neatly into divided shelves to keep hats and gloves dust free. "Grouping similar items makes finding and selecting the gear you need simple and quick," says Kiss.
Don't scrimp on hooks. Hooks are inexpensive and easy additions to your winter gear storage that can make all the difference, especially if you consider all the things you could potentially hang. "Install hooks for your keys, dog leash, sports equipment and backpacks as well as jackets and scarves," says Kiss.
Catch the snow before it comes indoors. Kiss advises keeping a rough mat outside the door and a mud tray on your mudroom boot shelf to catch snow from boots.
...
Kiss advises donating any unwanted winter jackets, hats and gloves to charities and shelters.

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