Mastering the art of a tidy home is the goal for many, but in the case of Nate Berkus, it is essential. The designer, who lives in Greenwich Village with his husband (and TV counterpart Jeremiah Brent) and two children, has found a way to make urban family life seemingly organized – but he's not scared of showing how he makes it more seamless. And it often starts and ends with his home organization range.
Nate, who designed a collection for mDesign, often shows how he uses his favorite products in his city dwelling, and among these is his 2-Tier Turntable Organizer, which he says 'might actually be one of the most useful home organization items ever.' And, when we see the turntable in action, we are not inclined to disagree.
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'This is a super exciting moment for me because I have my spinner, which I assembled in two seconds, and now because all my labels are done in my pantry... I get to put everything away,' Nate comments while arranging bottles and jars on the two shelves.
'The crazy part is that this has never been super wonderful as a pantry because it's not very deep, so the fact that now I get to do a good job and put what I need in here, and it spins around and makes it easy to see, makes me very happy.' And naturally, it's not long before Nate shows us the organizer at work in his pantry. 'I can not tell you my pleasure in looking at this,' he says alongside the newly organized space.
The best part? Our own organized pantry is only a click away, but be warned, Nate's mDesign collection has a habit of selling out – and honestly, we're not surprised.
This turntable, designed by Nate Berkus, reimagines the classic Lazy Susan – providing subtle sophistication and natural elements to any pantry. It's the perfect size to fit inside any cabinet or nest on any shelf where contents are hard to reach, while the trays provide easy visibility, making everyday usage seamless.
'I live for moments in life when I get to leave a space more organized than I found it. That is why the Nate Home 2-Tier Turntable Organizer might actually be one of the most useful home organization items ever,' Nate adds.
'It’s beyond functional & I promise that once you try it, you will immediately want to add 10 more in every cabinet.'
This organizer is so popular that it tends to sell out. Luckily, Nate has plenty of other storage solutions for sale in all the major home stores. If you know when and wear to look, you can snag one of Nate's top-quality storage solution for less. Here are a few that our readers loved last Amazon Prime Day.
Nate's transparent organizer comes with two shelves to keep your kitchenware in order, as well as a handy slide-out function that offers instant access.
These plastic bins are perfect for organizing your pantry. The open-top design offers easy access to everyday ingredients, while the transparent sides keep contents visible.
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Megan is the News and Trends Editor at Homes & Gardens. She first joined Future Plc as a News Writer across their interiors titles, including Livingetc and Real Homes. As the News Editor, she often focuses on emerging microtrends, sleep and wellbeing stories, and celebrity-focused pieces. Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US while studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site. She currently lives in London with her antique typewriter and an expansive collection of houseplants.
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