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The twins picked out their own rug for their bedroom.

Before: The twins' room.

After: A cozy room for the twins to play in.

Before: A small entry table didn't fit in the space.

After: The entryway table with cubbies for each kid.

After: The kids now help themselves with their new snack cart.

Maeve saw space potential in my home that I could not see. The kids love their new cubbies. We now create “cozy nooks” wherever we can!

– Jacquie Daigle Butler

The Butler Family
Planning a New Home

 Working Parents, Toddlers
3-Bedroom Family Home
On Site Coaching
Decatur, GA

Before Maeve's Method

Jacquie and Daniel Butler recently moved to a new home to accommodate their growing family. The house was beautiful but the space was less open and more difficult to navigate than their old home. They called in Maeve’s Method to help them plan the space and create a seamless transition for them and their twins.

After Maeve's Method

Maeve and Jacquie toured the house, discussing the layouts and needs for each room, with a special focus on the twins. One of Jacquie’s main concerns was that the twins weren’t playing in their room at all. Instead they would linger in the living room or hover wherever she was. Maeve suggested making their room cozier, moving the beds closer and adding a soft rug to help them play. The Butlers made these changes and many more to create a home that was welcoming and flowed well.

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