Space Lift: Natalie Borton's Jewelry Studio

Thursday, October 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 jewelry studio and see what makes it so NEAT!

City :: San Diego

Organizer :: Katie Koentje

Client :: Natalie Borton

Room :: Jewelry Design Office

Hours to complete :: 16 hours

Objective :: We wanted to give jewelry designer, Natalie Borton an organized office she would be inspired to work in! Her original space was not condusive to her current product demands and shipping needs. We did this in a 3 part process:: Phase 1- organize, categorize and purge. Phase 2- Natalie had new shelves installed, that she stained herself! and Phase 3- We implented product and organized the shelves and rest of the office.

Client's favorite feature :: Being able to “shop” her jewelry options and be inspired to design the next piece!

Stand out product :: The Stackable Craft Drawer Organizer was a fun piece to use! This is where we organized the items that are used on a majority of the pieces.

What’s your favorite part of this office?


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