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KITCHEN ORGANIZATION | NEAT METHOD + THE CONTAINER STORE

I am SO excited to share our kitchen reveal with Neat Method Nashville and The Container Store!

Cameron and I are honestly not the most inherently organized people… so we brought in reinforcements to make sure we start off this new kitchen on the right foot. I cannot say enough about Holly from the Neat Method and her team. They organized our entire kitchen and master closet (more on that coming soon) in just two days.

I love how they mixed in pieces I already had (such as my bread boxes in the pantry, MacKenzie Childs floral utensil holder, etc.) with essentials from The Container Store. If you don’t know what you’re looking for, shopping for organizational items can be overwhelming. Holly hooked us up with the essentials for an organized kitchen and they make a drastic difference.

The Container Store is currently having a HUGE 25% off Kitchen and Pantry Sale. Over 450 items (including everything used in our home) are part of the sale! Right now is the perfect time to get your kitchen and pantry organized for the upcoming holiday season. 

One of my favorite parts of our kitchen is the coffee bar (complete with drawer organizers, labeled baskets and of course our ridiculous collection of mugs). Cameron is always whipping up lattes and iced coffees and now has the perfect spot to store everything.

I also really love how the Neat Method team made the most of the space in our pantry. We don’t have a huge pantry, but items like this spice rack and these baskets are really helpful in creating more storage room.

If you’re in need of organization, be sure to contact Holly at Neat Method Nashville. They also have locations all over the country if you aren’t local to Nashville! Be sure to tell them I sent you… you won’t be disappointed in their professionalism, overall hard work and talent for organizing.

Below I’m sharing the items Neat Method used for our space. Don’t forget to take advantage of this 25% off sale while it lasts!

 

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