Operation Reorganization

Operation Reorganization

Operation Reorganization gives you a peak behind the curtain at the Closet Factory of Hampton Roads – one of the most “organized companies in the world.

Sponsored By: Closet Factory of Hampton Roads

When Hunter Thomas moved to her new home, she needed to convert a "FROG" or Family Room Over the Garage into a working office. With 2 years of producing Closet Factory's television show, Operation ReOrganization, naturally she turned to...
Husband and wife, Dan and Jennifer Cole willingly spend time apart while they proudly serve our country. When back at home in the USA, running from various rooms of the house, looking for a shoe here, a scarf there,...
When it comes to bowling, Bud Kenny has only one handicap.  With nowhere to store his bowling balls, he was striking out at home!
Former Olympic bobsledder, entrepreneur, and doting father​, Wayne​ designed​ his beachfront home to include ​old factory ​brick and ​exposed ​duct work which calls​ for darker woods, frosted glass, and modern metals​.​..Not what you normally see by the sea.
Watch how Closet Factory gets creative with large spaces, including an enormous 3-section master closet and a pantry with 12 foot high ceilings! Ladder anyone?
Cooke Veterinary Medical Center's continuing focus is patient care. When they "mooo"-ved to a new location, it was easier to pile boxes in the office and close the barn door. With un"bear"able paperwork chaos and a big window that the...
Avid golfer, Aileen Whitaker and her husband, live in their dream home, right on the course.  But three random, disorganized master closets make them feel they've putted into a sand trap...every day!
Organizing and storing expensive camera gear, neatly and safely into a lop-sided room will take some gearing up. With designer Karen Flemming's laser sharp skills, we're hoping for a Hollywood ending!
Nicole and Eric Albrect have a beautiful classic home in Norfolk. Built in 1912, the house has tall ceilings, huge windows, with a beautiful view and...tiny closets with uneven floors! Closet Factory designer Tamra gives this 104 year old...
On this week's show, client Suzanne Goldblatt enlists the help of Closet Factory to design a drawer bank and wardrobe in her bathroom. The kicker? Make it look like it's been there all along!
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