Hey there, I'm Jillian...
I am the creator of Haus of Harmony based in West Hartford, Connecticut. I am a professional organizer and organizing coach who helps individuals, families, and businesses get grounded in their life through organizational systems and designs.
I graduated from High Point University in North Carolina where I studied Interior Design and gained a toolbox of valuable lifetime skills in all aspects of life. I began my design career working in high-end residential. I fell in love with the colors, patterns, textures, and stories behind what went into curating a room for families/individuals.
Several years later, as my career progressed, I started working for an architecture firm focused on healthcare design. There I designed and created spaces that facilitated healing environments for patients.
While always in the pursuit (as most of us are) to figure out what would truly bring joy to my life, I considered my natural skills for decluttering, organizing, space planning, project managing, and helping others re-imagine their surroundings.
I am deeply passionate about mental, physical, and emotional health and a firm believer that your physical space has a direct impact on the way you live the rest of your life and day-to-day.
Are you ready to transform your space and embrace a clutter-free, organized lifestyle? Let’s get started!
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A business is as strong as it’s core values, and at Haus of Harmony, they drive everything we do.
Even a small step in the right direction is still movement forward. There’s no need to strive for perfection, ultra-minimalism, or a home worthy of a spread in Architectural Digest. What matters is your space gets you closer to the life you want – it doesn’t hold you back with clutter in the way.
Creating order in our space has a ripple effect on our lives. It’s our goal to create sustainable, functional spaces that help clients feel confident, productive, and joyful. We believe in the power of organization, and are driven by the impact we can have on people and communities.
Professional organizing is not a one-size-fits-all solution. We don’t have a prescribed method that works for everyone. We value collaboration – working with clients to understand their needs, what they struggle with, and what systems would make their space most functional and inspiring for them.
Clients are inviting us into their
homes, lives, and often their personal struggles. It takes enormous trust to let a stranger to sift through your personal belongings and rearrange your space. We take that trust seriously and do everything we can to be reliable, professional, and worthy of it at all times.