Space Lift | Catherine Belknap's Closet

Thursday, December 16, 2021

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 homes. 

Take a look at this closet organization to see what makes it so NEAT!

City :: Toronto

Professional Organizer :: Jen Rowe

Client :: Catherine Belknap of Cat and Nat

Room :: Her Closet

Hours to complete :: 6 hours with 3 organizers

Objective :: After a year living in their new home, Cat was struggling with how best to organize her closet. Having previously had the NEAT Toronto team in to organize her kitchen when her family moved in, she reached out to Toronto owner, Jen.

Client’s favorite feature :: There was an unused, built-in laundry hamper. She wanted to remove the hamper and use the space for something else but wasn't sure what. We repurposed that cupboard for shoe storage using some Yamazaki expandable, stackable shoe racks.

Stand out products :: The NEAT Method acacia drawer dividers. She had such a hard time finding drawer dividers herself. We brought these in and they did the trick. Now her drawer items are easier to keep organized because there are definitive spaces for each category.



What’s your favorite part of Cat's closet?  


The NEAT Team


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