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LAUREN COMBS, NEAT METHOD

LAUREN COMBS, NEAT METHOD

Imagine living in a perfect home that is not only comfortable, but also completely organized in a way that best suits your individual living space. A home that is organized and designed just for you!

If that gets you as excited as my Martha Stewart loving self, then let me introduce you to NEAT Method.

Developed by two entrepreneurs in the San Francisco area, Ashley Murphy and Molly Graves, were “determined to help people find a new appreciation for an organized life.”

According to their About Page, “The NEAT Method transforms a space from chaotic to COMPOSED for an array of clientele. From the clutter-prone Chanel hoarder to the meticulous, overbooked Bachelor, their clients have become addicted to the NEAT LIFE.”

And now this new service is here to make Metro Detroit more organized and…neat!

At the forefront is successful entrepreneur and professional organizer, Lauren Combs, who has lived in Michigan for 3 years and is fully committed to the success of NEAT’s newest expansion in the Metro Detroit area. She hopes to help each client according to their specific needs and wants, bringing calmness to people’s home by making each client happy and satisfied with their living space. Not only does Lauren transform homes, but she also teaches each client how to keep their home organized. She believes that it’s not just about organizing, it’s about teaching clients the methods to stay neat and organized after she leaves.

Now in their ninth city, NEAT continues to grow, but its value and honest method of service stays consistent. Lauren takes pride in organizing each living space and has a strong belief in building a trust with each client. And with all of NEAT’s tips and tricks, creating an organized home becomes a breeze – from organizing closets and kitchens, to unpacking boxes after a move and space planning.

So if you have a room…or a whole house that needs an organizers, designer or space planner, just call Lauren Combs our local Martha Stewart!

Visit NEAT Method for more information.

Written By: Madeline Doman / Photo credit: Facebook