Tip Tuesday :: Kitchen Transformation

The NEAT DC duo, Catherine & Raelynn, just organized the most adorable kitchen of Brittney from Sweet Lemon Magazine– and we couldn't help but share all the deliciously organized details! Not only are the before and (mainly) after pictures pretty amazing, but they might just inspire you to reorganize and label anything and everything in your kitchen!

 

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But before we can fully appreciate the organized kitchen, we should probably take a peek a what exaclty the girls were working with (eeks!):

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Who doesn't love a good before and after picture side-by-side to compare?! We are even offerring kitchen organizing tips along the way:

1. If your kitchen has glass cabinets, it is important to organize items within the cabinet space that are both functional yet aesthetically pleasing. Typically that includes your everyday dishes and/or serving pieces. 

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2. Adding labeled bins for specific categories in your pantry will keep like items together, and also keep you from buying duplicates of pantry staples. The chalkboard labels add a fun and creative touch!

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And for further inspiration and appreciation, some beautiful photos taken by an amazing photographer :

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Fabulous work by the NEAT DC gals! And many thank yous to Brittney of Sweet Lemon Magazine for inviting us into her home! 🙂

xx

the NEAT girls

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