Space Lift | Small NYC Kitchen

Thursday, September 9, 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 kitchen organization to see what makes it so NEAT!

City :: New York City

Professional Organizer :: Louisa Roberts

Room :: Kitchen

Hours to complete :: 8 hours with 2 organizers

Objective :: This kitchen was already customized in some areas like the drawers, yet it lacked a system for food storage. We wanted to add functional organization products to maximize the cabinet space in this city kitchen.

Client’s favorite feature :: This space has glass-front cabinets displaying a beautiful, curated collection of dish ware and glassware. With those instantly setting the stage for the bright, custom kitchen, we knew our organization system behind closed cabinet doors needed to be equally beautiful. Without a sprawling pantry, the food storage was split throughout various cabinets and a drawer. By creating dedicated zones for cooking, breakfast foods, snacks, coffee, and tea, each area felt intentional. Each drawer and shelf was perfectly outfitted with acrylic products (the client's favorite!).

Stand out products :: We mostly used acrylic bins for consistency throughout the space. The linus rectangle pantry bin, measuring 4x10, was a stand out product for the shallow shelves flanking the range.


What’s your favorite part of this New York City garage organization?  


The NEAT Team


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