A part-time yoga instructor and a full-time teacher, Kay represents our favorite type of millennial. She’s cautious, charitable and information hungry.
After completing a series of tests, Kay has finally earned herself a spot as lead teacher in a Kindergarten class at Brooklyn Garden Elementary School.
To cut down her commute from Fairfield, Connecticut, she recently purchased her first apartment in the hotter-than-hot neighborhood of Crown Heights. An avid rollerblader and lover of the outdoors, Kay couldn’t resist the tree-lined streets, beautifully built brownstones and the ever growing community.
Her only real struggle was the lack of living and storage space.
With a 10 minute commute, Kay expected to have an easy, breezy morning routine and unfortunately, that wasn’t the case. Instead, she found herself frantically searching for articles of clothing and matching accessories, every.single.morning.
Her square footage was at a minimum, but the potential was immeasurable.
So, she jumped online and started researching “small space solutions”. Instantly, she came across transFORM... Kay was not only intrigued by the products, but also the process.
Within seconds, a live chat popped up on her screen. Danielle was there to give quick answers to questions and provide Kay with the assurance she needed to book a complimentary consultation. It was clear that transFORM valued respect, communication and most importantly, her time.
That following Saturday, a tF designer met Kay in the comfort of her own home.
“My final design is simple, clean, a masterpiece. It’s more than just a unique and space-saving convertible feature in my home. It’s an opportunity. An opportunity to forgive myself for being late and to start fresh in the mornings. An opportunity to grow while still holding on to all the things I love.” - Kay