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Trending on The Organized Home: Escape to the Country

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Trending on The Organized Home: Escape to the Country

August 26, 2018

This week: An English country home tour with enviable organizing solutions, and ways to channel the look of laid-back luxury in your own home (wherever it may be). Here are some highlights.

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Above: Putting your collections on display is one of the storage ideas the editors got from a country estate in Stroud, England. “Got something you love? Put it out in the open or behind glass—not so much for others to admire, but for your own viewing pleasure,” writes Fan. See what else they learned in 7 Storage Ideas to Steal from a Nonchalantly Organized English Country Home. Photograph courtesy of the Modern House.
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Above: Interior designer Mark Lewis is well-known for his affinity for vintage storage products, but after finding it difficult to locate matching sets, he started offering bespoke, cast bronze pieces for sale on his website. See the editors’ favorites from the collection in Bronze Age Redux: Bespoke Storage Hardware from Mark Lewis in London. Photograph by Rory Gardiner.
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Above: And, more of Mark Lewis’s work was featured on The Organized Home this week, this time in Archive Dive: A Peek Inside 15 of Our Favorite Kitchen Pantries. Photograph by Rory Gardiner.

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