Hanley Wood, the premier information, media and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries, awarded Organized Living two 2014 Brand Builder Awards in the Best Custom Media Campaign and Best Video Marketing Campaign categories. The video series (below) that was submitted featured Organized Living spokesperson, Amanda LeBlanc, and was titled "Problem Solved." The campaign series demonstrated simple organizing solutions for common household challenges. It was also used to help builders understand what home buyers truly want in a home – organizing solutions, not just shelving.
Organized Living is the first company ever to win Building Products’ Top 100 Award five consecutive years. In 2007, the freedomRail Double Hang O-Box was ranked number 70. In 2006, freedomRail was ranked number 19 on the top 100 list and Classica was awarded number 22. The award, started in 1998, is a reader’s choice award. It recognizes products that generate the most inquiries from editorial mentions in Builder, Remodeling, Custom Home and Building Products magazines. In previous years, Organized Living received the award for freedomRail Garage, and was recognized for freedomRail two additional years.
Organized Living products have won many top industry awards, including the Consumers Digest Best Buy award. On average, a Consumers Digest "Best Buy" is awarded to fewer than 3% of the competing models in any given product category. This distinction is only given if a product excels in both quality and value within the marketplace.
Builder magazine gave freedomRail the Design Excellence Award in 2003 and, in 2002
, ranked freedomRail number 2 in the Top 10 Most Popular Products.
The Favorite 50 is a listing of the 50 most popular and lead-generating products in Builder magazine. In both 2008 and 2007, Organized Living was ranked number 4 for freedomRail, the truly adjustable storage system. In 2006, Organized Living was ranked number 27 of 50 that are in order by the number of reader inquiries that Builder magazine received.