Today we’d like to introduce you to Rachel Dickerson.
A Beautiful Mess owner, Rachel Dickerson, helps people take back important parts of their lives by using her organization & merchandising skills to bring order & peace to homes & businesses across Houston. Throughout the process of consulting, purging & organizing, Rachel gives each client individual attention as they work together to achieve their goals for a space.
After working over 19 years in the fashion industry, Rachel found that the talent & skills required in that industry have hugely influenced her & the solutions that she provides. With understanding, both the needs & wants of each person, she is able to bring new organizing approaches for her clients. Her knowledge of design, colors, patterns, materials & function set the tone for helping people & bringing practical solutions into spaces.
Rachel is a proud Texan & a really proud Houstonian. This large, diverse & forever growing area is her home. Houston allows her to meet people from all over the world & learn from so many.
Has it been a smooth road?
Since launching A Beautiful Mess over a year ago, the transition has been a smooth one but yes struggles have occurred. Feeling not good enough or overthinking how I should be when talking to a client. Honestly, just be you, it’s not about what you wear or if you have makeup on your face lol, it’s about helping that client who is struggling to keep order in their home. Or giving value to what they see the value. Dream big. ❤️
So let’s switch gears a bit and go into A Beautiful Mess 101 story. Tell us more about the business.
Our 3-Step Process
STEP ONE: CONSULT
We create a vision in our in-person consultation. We discuss ideas, advice & expectations with our clients.
STEP TWO: PURGE
We work together to discard, gift or donate the excess or expired.
STEP THREE: ORGANIZE
Our team comes in to organize, equipping you with systems that work now & for years to come.
Looking back on your childhood, what experiences do you feel played an important role in shaping the person you grew up to be?
Yes, from a young age my mom has told me on multiple occasions that I would organize items. From grocery store shelves to toys in the doctor’s office. It’s embedded into this need for organizing.
- Website: www.abeautifulmess101.com
- Phone: 8325491571
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Instagram: @abeautifulmess101
- Facebook: @abeautifulmess101
- Twitter: @mymess101