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California Closets

26 Varick St., nr. Beach St. 646-486-3905; californiaclosets.com

In this town, closet space is golden; make the most of yours with rods, drawers, and shelves. The efficiency experts at this shop offer free in-home consultations. Expect to pay a minimum of $500 for installation. $$ (By appointment only)

Catherine Brophy

347-886-4006; thefengshuidetective.com

Brophy uses feng shui techniques to balance the energies in houses, apartments, and landscapes. Telephone and e-mail consultations are available. $$ (By appointment only)

Clos-ette

212-337-9771; clos-ette.com

Clos-ette owner and former Style.com fashion editor Melanie Charlton likens herself to “an architect, organizer, and stylist all in one.” Once your closet’s been designed, she’ll arrange your wardrobe by color, season, and occasion. Clueless fans, take note: Charlton can install a Cher-worthy digital styling tool that allows you to mix and match your clothes on an iPad or in-closet computer. $$$ (By appointment only)

Get It Together!

172 Fifth Ave., nr. Degraw St., Ste. 252, Park Slope; 718-783-2077; getit-together.com

Brooklyn-based organizer Jen M.R. Doman is not just a master declutterer; she also helps clients develop strategies to stay organized long after she’s gone. For instance, sifting through in- and out-boxes on a weekly basis can help people keep mail and magazines from piling up over time. $$ (by appointment only)

Laura Benko

646-236-2454; laurabenko.com

This feng shui and holistic-design expert examines the psychology of how her clients dwell, advising on everything from aesthetics and organization to furniture placement and the flow of chi. Benko even tests for harmful levels of electromagnetism using a meter developed by NASA. When finished with her initial assessment, she leaves clients with long to-do lists of possible ways to enhance the look, functionality, and energy of their spaces; the implementation is up to them. $$ (by appointment only)

The Spacialist

212-924-4383; thespacialist.com

Whether she’s performing a setup, room shift, or “rehab” (her term for helping clients kick messy office habits), professional organizer Erica Ecker’s helps clients clear out clutter while reimagining their spaces. She once condensed an overflowing office into three minimalist floating wall cabinets. $$ (by appointment only)

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