ASID Trends: Organization and Storage

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The other day, I stopped by a friend’s home. We met in her kitchen where she excitedly showed me all of her new organizational accessories to corral her utensils, knives, and such. I laughed because I, too, had been working on my own kitchen organization that past weekend.  What she said resonated with me – it felt good to finally take the time to go through all of the stuff that had been hurriedly “stuck” into cabinets, closets and drawers when she moved in, yet hadn’t had the time to organize. Well, my friend, the time is now! 


1. Amy Krause Design, photo by Julie Legg;  2. Studio Dearborn, photo by Emily Minton Redfield;   3. Studio Dearborn, photo by Emily Minton Redfield;  4. Studio Dearborn, photo by Emily Minton Redfield;  5.  Amy Krause Design, photo by Julie Legg;  6. Khloe Kardashian’s pantry, photo courtesy of The Home Edit.


It’s seemingly top-of-mind for just about every client, new client and prospective client we speak with. They are looking to declutter, pare back, categorize, sort and make their spaces work more efficiently for them. It makes sense considering the amount of time we are spending at home and collectively, our keen awareness that how we feel in our spaces significantly impacts our well-being. An organized home is a healthy home!


Amy Krause

Interior Designer, ASID   |   NKBA

Amy Krause Design, LLC   |   Overland Park, Kansas 

913.954.9424   |   AmyKrauseDesign.com

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