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Trending on The Organized Home: Custom Made

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Trending on The Organized Home: Custom Made

April 29, 2018

Customized storage was on the minds of The Organized Home’s editors this week, and they clued us in to some DIY, built-in, and modular options. Here’s a look at what they found.

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Above: Fan admits to having had this image bookmarked since it appeared in Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home. It’s from the bathroom of Catherine Dann’s home, where a trio of vintage first aid boxes serves a dual purpose: as an artful arrangement and makeshift medicine cabinet. To get the look at home, check out Aha! Hack: A Charming Improvised Medicine Cabinet. Photograph by Matthew Williams.
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Above: The custom slide-out closet built into the staircase is just one of the storage ideas we’re admiring in this Gramercy Park apartment. See them all in 8 Storage Ideas to Steal from an Actress’s Gramercy Park Apartment. Photograph by Devon Banks, courtesy of Denise Lee Architect.
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Above: For more accessible custom storage, read about a new modular storage company from a former Toyota and Lexus engineer in A Few Simple Parts and One All-Purpose Tool: Endlessly Changeable Storage Furniture from Aalo. Writes Annie, “Think of this: Instead of lugging your heavy bookshelf through tight hallways and down narrow stairs, you simply disassemble it into a little pile of lightweight pipes and fittings, carry them with you in a tote bag, and, when you get to your new place, reassemble it in whatever shape and style you wish to suit your new place.”

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