And the NEATest Home Goes To….

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

As promised, we're sharing a few more NEAT girl's homes this week. Which NEAT girl outshines the others? Read on to find out! First up is Lisa from San Francisco. Her daughter's adorable closet is perfectly labeled and organized. Lulu is sure to be a future NEAT girl! 

Lisa Ruff, Childrens closet, girls room, girls clothes, little girl, storage, labels, home, home organization, home organizer

As if you weren't already obsessed with Lauren's home in Michigan, here is one last picture for you to swoon over. Her closet is impeccably put together. 

Lauren Combs, Michigan, professional organizer, home organization, closet organization, organized closet

Our former pageant beauty, Katie has got her make up drawer perfectly placed in San Diego. Now we are not only dying for a good makeup lesson from her, we want the drawer itself!

Katie Koentje, Make up, make up drawer, organized bathroom, professional organizer, San Diego, Southern California, make up organization, best makeup, mack, NARS,

If there is one thing every NEAT girl likes, it's a color coded….. ANYTHING. In D.C. Catherine makes us want to cook with books that look like this in her kitchen!

Catherine Zinn, Catherine Savage, kitchen organization, cookbooks, color coded, professional organizer, home organization,

Finally, Lisa isn't the only one teaching her daughter to be NEAT. In Scottsdale, Mika has got her daughther living the NEAT life too! Check out these toys put away perfectly in the playroom. 

Mika Perry, Russ Perry, kids room, play room, organized, professional organizer, scottsdale, phoenix, home organization, home style, childrens room, clean room, toys, toy room

We think it's clear that Lauren from Michigan clearly wins when it comes to living the NEAT life. BUT, if you thought we were perfect… you just wait. We are exposing our LEAST ORGANIZED spots next. Skeletons are about to come out of the closets – literally 😉


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