Space Lift: Bake & Sprinkle

Thursday, August 1, 2019

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 professional baker’s office and see what makes it so NEAT!

City :: St. Louis

Organizer :: Nicole Loiterstein

Client :: Bake & Sprinkle

Room :: Bakery

Hours to complete :: 10 hours

Objective :: We met the owner of Bake & Sprinkle at the exact moment when her home-based bakery business was taking off – and also taking over her home. At the end of our first meeting we promised her we would build her the bakery of her dreams in the space that was formally her home office. We scoured Pinterest for inspiration and nearly came up empty handed. And so, with a little help from Emily Thole Stark at The Container Store St. Louis and Julia Purdy, the NEAT Columbus owner & Elfa enthusiast, we designed a custom space for this client from the ground up.

Client’s favorite feature :: The sprinkle wall is without a doubt the BEST part about this space – and may even the best thing we’ve EVER color coded.

Stand out product :: The best part about design and installing this Elfa solution is that it not only meets her current needs, but someday [soon] when she moves to a commercial space – the entire system will move right along with her.

What’s your favorite part of this bakery?


The NEAT Girls


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