About Us

Kathleen has always been interested in art from an early age and growing up in a family of artists, she developed a love of color, perspective, and balance and applies it to all of her artistic pursuits. In Pennsylvania she worked for a premier garden company, developing specialized projects like hummingbird gardens, oriental lily enchantment gardens, and working on landscaping historic gardens for home tours. She attended Penn College for Cake Decorating and Baking, winning awards in several Culinary Cooking Shows. Our company, American Neon Works had Kathleen designing large artistic specialized signs. Designing and drawing the signs was easy but learning to transfer the designs to intricate neon bends really taught her how to look at things from a different perspective.

Kathleen is a professional organizer who believes you can teach anyone to be organized and stress-free. She has worked with many clients from getting their homes ready for appraisals to organizing books and sales for a publishing company, working on time management projects, filing and organizing an office for a furniture company and decluttering and cleaning out attics and rooms for repurposing.

Her work for This Side of the Country, a syndicated radio show, brought Kathleen to Tennessee for access to the vast array of Nashville country music artists. Each week she listened to hundreds of songs by professional and indie artists, organized them by category and prepared a song list to be recorded onto discs that were marketed to radio stations. Meanwhile, she continued homeschooling her two daughters, Kaitlyn (now graduated) and Rachael.

Today, Kathleen is an HSR Professional Certified Home Stager and Redesigner. and a member of the American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners (ASHSR). Kathleen now resides in Lebanon TN which she loves, with her husband Rob.

Other than Redesigning and Organizing, she continues several hobbies including Precise Paper Piecing Quilting and OAMC (Once-A-Month-Cooking) as well as painting furniture and the ever increasing need to organize her family.