NEAT Method debuts retail line of home organizing products
August 3, 2020 | 10:32 am CDT
NEAT Method's Kitchen and Pantry Collection features a range of baskets, bins, drawer dividers, canisters, labels, turntables, and risers.

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SOUTHAVEN, Miss. - NEAT Method, a luxury home organizing and lifestyle service, annouced plans to launch a retail collection of home organizing products. The products will be available initially through the company's website and through retail partners at a later point.

Kitchen and Pantry Collection will be released first and it features a range of baskets, bins, drawer dividers, canisters, labels, turntables, and risers, in a variety of colors, finishes, and durable natural materials, from sustainable acacia wood, to powder coated metals that hold up to everyday use, the company said in a statement.
"Over more than ten years we have spent countless hours organizing thousands of homes, and almost as much time searching for the right products and tools to get the job done, more often than not coming up empty handed and improvising because what we really needed simply did not exist," said Ashley Murphy and Marissa Hagmeyer, co-founders of NEAT Method. "Understanding there has been a clear void in the marketplace, we set out to create a product collection inspired by our unique system of organizing. Starting with the kitchen, we have made it easy for anyone to implement our systems in their own home and organize like a NEAT pro, with efficiency, quality and style always at the forefront of every design."
The brand's second product collection is scheduled to launch in September, with subsequent launches to include solutions for the closet, bathroom, and beyond.
Neat Method, founded in 2010, was acquired by Whitmor in 2017 and the company plans to significantly scale up the franchise operations of the business as well as support in developing unique lines of products, said Scott Felsenthal, Whitmor's executive vice president.

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