I moved from a 3-bedroom house in Portland to a 1-bedroom apartment in Bellevue WA. From the 1-bedroom, I recently moved to a 2-bedroom.
To facilitate the move, the moving company recommended a professional organizer who they work with. I didn't know there were people who did that as their profession.
So she came out, took photographs of the furniture and office equipment in my old place, met me at my new place and helped me decide where to put things, then taped up the pictures to guide the movers where things should go. That alone saved me enough time and effort to cover her reasonable hourly charge. But there's more.
I have all kinds of Pyrex cookware, pots and pans, glasses and cups, and Rubbermaid storage containers. I never had a good system to be able to put it all away. She suggested I buy some expandable stackable wire shelving that fits inside a cabinet and provides a "second story" for glassware, dishes and cups.
For extra clothes, I bought some under-the-bed storage containers and put a cedar wood square and silica gel packet (to repel insects and absorb moisture) in each container and stashed them under the bed.
Your mileage may vary with a different person, but if you're in the Seattle area and need someone to help you organize a home office or living space or office or are planning a move, contact me and I'll give you Stacey's number.