Space Lift: China Collection

Thursday, January 24, 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 china cabinet and see what makes it so NEAT!

City :: Nikki Orsborn

Organizer :: Pittsburgh

Space :: China Collection

Hours to complete :: 8 hours

Objective :: The plan was to sort, categorize, and organize china, silverware, and linens located within the dining room, tea room, and kitchen display cabinets. We focused on taking inventory of china sets and document for future reference.

Client’s favorite feature :: Our client loved having her gorgeous China on display and was so pleased to have a card with the inventory count by pattern for each piece. She’ll now know exactly what she has when it comes time to host her next event. The tea room was her favorite, because it makes great use of space, while showing off her fun collection in an organized, yet whimsical way.

Stand out product :: In addition to housing the teacup saucers, the Golden Glass Shadow Boxes from West Elm helped add height and drama to the tea room display cabinets. Acrylic Plate Stands and Deluxe Acrylic Plate Stands from The Container Store allowed the China to be showcased without obstructing the pattern.

What’s your favorite part of this china collection?


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