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 mudroom drop zone and see what makes it so NEAT!
City :: New Hampshire
Organizer :: Mia Whalley
Photographer :: Meg Simone
Room :: Mudroom Drop Zone
Hours to complete :: 2 hours with two organizers
Objective :: Our client had great built-ins for their mudroom, but things were just piling up with no actual ways to contain their "grab-n-go" items. Drop zones were being created in the kitchen and the entry way, so we decided to remove their "junk drawer" from the kitchen and make a "useful zone" for anything from sunglasses and hair ties to extra batteries and rain gear. It doesn't matter if they are coming or going- they have a spot for everything within arms reach!
Client's favorite feature :: Rather than fight the fact that "junk" was piling up, our client loves how we prioritized the things that were being used & put them in a spot for easy use. Just adding a few bins (with labels, of course!) helped turned each space from chaos to composed.
What’s your favorite part of this drop zone?
The NEAT Team
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