Meet The Team
Owner & CEO
Hi! I’m Rachel! I am a certified Professional Organizer serving the Greater Toronto Area. It is my passion to create harmonious living with all aspects of life. I believe that true happiness and success can best be achieved when you are living in harmony with your surroundings.
After travelling the world with only a suitcase, I realized how few possessions I really needed. It would inspire me to declutter when returning home, knowing if I didn’t miss something over 6 months, I didn’t need it in my life anymore.
This became a lifestyle change, a commitment to living life more simply and sustainably. Seeing that clutter and dysfunctional spaces were a source of stress for my family and friends, I felt inspired to help them.
This passion grew and flourished into the founding of Living in Harmony. Now expanded to a team of angels, we have transported carloads of clutter, transformed many spaces and seen many smiling faces and grateful hearts.
Wardrobe Stylist & Professional Organizer
Willow Barker Jones
Professional Organizer & Interior Designer
With a background in Interior Design, Willow understands the profound effect that our surroundings have on us. She completed her Bachelor of Interior Design at Toronto Metropolitan University, and through working in the field she discovered her passion for helping people transform their spaces and alleviate the stress of clutter.
Willow is currently located in the Beaches but has lived all over the GTA. When she is not organizing, she teaches various art classes as well as doing freelance graphic design/illustration, and she carries that creativity with her into her professional organizing practice.
While she has an extensive set of practical skills, she considers her most important one to be empathy. No matter what type of project she is working on, she always approaches it from a place of compassion and understanding and strives to create a sense of comfort and trust.
Willow firmly believes that everyone deserves a space that feels good to be in, and that every space has the potential to become that.