Catherine Belknap's Kitchen and Pantry

Thursday, October 15, 2020


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 efficiently in their newly organized spaces.

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

City :: Toronto

Organizer :: Jen Rowe

Room :: Kitchen and Pantry Niche

Client :: Catherine Belknap

Hours to complete :: 9 hours with 2 organizers

Objective :: Cat and her family had just moved into their new home after an extensive renovation. We were tasked with organizing the kitchen, but also organizing the pantry niche so that her kids can access their own breakfast and snack foods.

Client’s favorite feature :: "Jen and the team really took into consideration how both the kids and adults in our family wanted to use the space. They made sure that the things I wanted the kids to be able to reach on their own were accessible to them. That's not only going to save me time in my day, it's also going to empower their independence in the kitchen."

Stand out products :: “The knife dock blew my mind. What a smart solution for a drawer instead of knives just sliding around in there. And the NEAT Method perforated baskets both conceal what's in them while blending so nicely with the look and feel of the space."


Photographer :: Trina Turl

Interior Designer :: Kate + Amanda Design

Kitchen Designer :: Irpinia Kitchens

What’s your favorite part of Cat's kitchen and pantry? 


The NEAT Team


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