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Trending on The Organized Home: Artful Minimalism

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Trending on The Organized Home: Artful Minimalism

April 21, 2019

This week on The Organized Home, the editors toured tiny apartments with some of the most clever storage solutions we’ve seen, revealed tips for minimalist parents, and more. Here’s a look:

Proof that smaller is better in The Cult of the Micro-Apartment: 17 Tiny Spaces That Prove Smaller Is Better. Photograph by Tess Kelly, courtesy of Tsai Design.
Above: Proof that smaller is better in The Cult of the Micro-Apartment: 17 Tiny Spaces That Prove Smaller Is Better. Photograph by Tess Kelly, courtesy of Tsai Design.
It’s tempting to buy every gizmo and gadget that promises to jump-start your baby’s development, but there are really only a few things your baby needs. Learn what they are in The Minimalist: The Only 10 Toys You’ll Need for Baby. Photograph by Matthew Williams.
Above: It’s tempting to buy every gizmo and gadget that promises to jump-start your baby’s development, but there are really only a few things your baby needs. Learn what they are in The Minimalist: The Only 10 Toys You’ll Need for Baby. Photograph by Matthew Williams.
And, a well-thought-out entryway can change your life. (No, that’s not an overstatement.) See our editors’ picks for one-stop-shop entryway stations in 10 Easy Pieces: All-in-One Entryway Stations. 
Above: And, a well-thought-out entryway can change your life. (No, that’s not an overstatement.) See our editors’ picks for one-stop-shop entryway stations in 10 Easy Pieces: All-in-One Entryway Stations

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