Space Lift: Empty Nester Kitchen
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 kitchen & pantry and see what makes it so NEAT!
City :: St. Louis
Organizer :: Nicole Loiterstein
Room :: Kitchen & Pantry
Hours to complete :: 9 hours
Objective :: To help these empty nesters move back into their newly renovated kitchen. The clients popped in at the mid-point during our organizing day to do a major editing session before everything was finalized, to ensure that only the items they used/needed were housed in the new space.
Client’s favorite feature :: The lighted pantry is certainly the focal point of this bright, white kitchen. The decanted items and matched baskets can be seen through the pantry’s glass doors while the back stock of bulk items, grocery totes and large appliances are stored away behind the lower cabinets.
Stand out product :: The ProKeeper storage set was used to decant baking essentials. Each container is specially made to meet the needs of the decanted item – pouring sugar, leveling flour, dusting powdered sugar etc.
What’s your favorite part of this empty nester kitchen?
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