In The Press
How To Store Baby Clothes Short-Term, Long-Term, & In Small Spaces
Plus, how to fold them to keep them organized
What is it about baby clothes that makes them so hard to pass up at the store? If you’ve ever had a baby, you know they tend to build a pretty big wardrobe — and fast — thanks to everyone constantly gifting them new outfits. And if you like shopping yourself, well, you may have a lot of little shirts and shorts to pack up. How to store baby clothes best depends on your space and when you think you’ll use them again.“I like a filing system so that when you pull out the bin, you can see everything from the top,” said Nathalie Jones, certified home organizer and CEO of Neat Nathalie, a home organization service based in Florida, in an interview with Romper. Click here to read the full article.
Check out the Redfin article we were featured in:
Experts Share 16 Life-Changing Ideas for Decluttering and Organizing Small Spaces |
Feeling like your home never seems to have enough space? You’re not alone. We can
all do with a bit of extra square footage, especially if you’re living in tight quarters. The
closet, pantry, drawers, back of closets - these smaller areas of our home always seem
to be full of stuff. But with a bit of creativity, these small spaces can be treasure-troves
of extra storage.
Whether you live in a cozy house in Denver, CO, or a sprawling Colonial-style home,
Redfin reached out to us and other experts for our life-changing ideas for efficiently
organizing small spaces. Read on and get inspired to make the most of these tiny
Community Highlights: Meet Nathalie Jones of Neat Nathalie
Today we’d like to introduce you to Nathalie Jones.
Nathalie, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
Being neat and organized has always been part of my DNA. Since I was a little girl, I loved to have organized drawers, closet, bedroom, and even my desk at school. Click to read full article.