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Trending on The Organized Home: Rooms Are for Living

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Trending on The Organized Home: Rooms Are for Living

April 22, 2018

This week on The Organized Home, the editors found stylish solutions and organization inspiration for the most-used spaces in their homes. Here’s a look.

Trending on The Organized Home Rooms Are for Living Everyone needs a junk miscellaneous drawer, but it doesn&#8\2\17;t have to be filled with junk. In Junk Drawer Wisdom: What to Keep, What to Toss, and How to Keep It Organized, Fan outlines an easy, four step plan to a more organized junk drawer, where random essentials can actually be found. One of her tips: Opt for found dishes and trays in lieu of modular drawer organizers, which will never fit as perfectly as you want them to. See \10 Easy Pieces: Modern Rectangular Wooden Trays for a few favorites. Photograph by Matthew Williams and styling by Alexa Hotz for Remodelista: The Organized Home.
Above: Everyone needs a junk miscellaneous drawer, but it doesn’t have to be filled with junk. In Junk Drawer Wisdom: What to Keep, What to Toss, and How to Keep It Organized, Fan outlines an easy, four-step plan to a more organized junk drawer, where random essentials can actually be found. One of her tips: Opt for found dishes and trays in lieu of modular drawer organizers, which will never fit as perfectly as you want them to. See 10 Easy Pieces: Modern Rectangular Wooden Trays for a few favorites. Photograph by Matthew Williams and styling by Alexa Hotz for Remodelista: The Organized Home.
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Above: In a former Miss America’s Beverly Hills home, Simo Design blended modern styling withrustic touches for a family-friendly mudroom complete with custom cabinetry, white ash paneling, and unpolished brass hooks. In Steal This Look: A Classic Mudroom in a Former Miss America’s Beverly Hills House, Meredith takes a closer look and breaks down the elements to recreate this style at home. Photograph by Jessica Sample, courtesy of Simo Design.
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Above: The Organized Home editors have waxed poetic about accumulating books before, but eventually, the problem becomes finding places to store them. In Aha! Hack: A Double-Duty Fireplace Mantel, Fan sleuths out a solution from a Paris-born interior designer’s effortlessly stylish Brooklyn rental that kills two birds with one stone. “Build your display and le coolness will come,” she promises. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home.

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