MATISA
MARKET

Detox

Contact us to de-clutter your wardrobe and home. Professional guidance as to which items to keep, which to sell and which can go to charity.

 
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Wardrobe & home detox

Is your wardrobe full of clothes you rarely wear? Would you like guidance which items to keep and which to sell and which can go to charity?

 

Wardrobe Detox

Is your wardrobe full of clothes you rarely wear? Would you like guidance which items to keep and which to sell and which can go to charity? Do you find yourself opening your wardrobe and despairing thinking ‘I have nothing to wear?’

What happens

I will come to your home and help you reduce, clear and re-organise your wardrobe – piece by piece. That will involve helping you decide what to let go of, what to keep and how to make it work better for you. I will then advise you which items could be sold at Matisa Market (at the usual commission rate of 50%) and which could be taken to charity.

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Home Detox

Have you purchased items for your item to get a “look” but it doesn’t quite work with the rest of your home? Are you’re too over-whelmed to sort your home? Do you want your home to be de-cluttered and clear of the pieces that you no longer like or have space for?

What happens?

I will come to your home and help you reduce, clear and re-organise your home – room by room. That will involve helping you decide what to let go of, what to keep and how to make it work better for you. I will then advise you which items could be sold at Matisa Market (at the usual commission rate of 50%) and which could be taken to charity.

Cost

A pre-paid charge of £70 covers the first two hours, £40 per hour thereafter.  (These prices are based on a 10 mile radius of Matisa Market. For locations over 10 miles £10 extra is added per 10 miles.). This fee is refundable on any purchases at Matisa Market - it’s a win win situation!


To book please contact:

Tel: 01394 386622
market@matisamarket.com
The Studio, Hill House, Woodbridge Road, Grundisburgh, IP13 6UF

 
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