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Real Estate - March 2, 2018

Entering the tidy zone

Palo Alto organizer reimagines cluttered entryways and other trouble spots by Elizabeth Lorenz | photos courtesy of Lori Krolik

Palo Alto organizer Lori Krolik has seen it all, from a woman with six ice-cream scoops she didn't know she had, to California closets stuffed to the gills with warm coats.

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Lori Krolik owns More Time for You. She can be emailed at [email protected] or call 650-856-2282. .

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