Space Lift: Secret Playroom

We love showing finalized NEAT spaces on our Instagram feed, but what we love even more is telling the stories of how our clients are living more effiiciently in their newly organized spaces.

Take a look at this playroom and see what makes it so NEAT!

City :: St. Louis

Organizer :: Nicole Loiterstein

Room :: Playroom

Hours to complete :: 8 hours

Objective :: Create beautiful and sustainable organizational systems in an upstairs playroom for some very special NEAT kids.

Client’s favorite feature :: We created centers within this playroom :: craft, pretend play, baby & toys. The NEAT girls’ favorite features were the pretend play bin labeled “when I grow up…” inside the hidden door which opened a secret spot for pretend play costumes & accessories.

Stand out product :: We used a variety of clear shoe bins to contain like items in the two main closets. One closet is dedicated to creative, messy things and kits while the other is home to play things like toys & games.

What’s your favorite part of this playroom?

xx,

The NEAT Girls

 

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Comments (2)

  1. Woodburn Home Organizers

    I love this secret playroom! First, I love how it is positioned behind a “secret door” to ener a world of imagination. I also really like the decoration and organization. The room has everything a child needs to stay entertained for hours and everything is accessible and easy for little people to get to if needed. What a great article filled with great ideas. Thank you!

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