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Trending on The Organized Home: Bathroom Storage Secrets

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Trending on The Organized Home: Bathroom Storage Secrets

December 16, 2018

This week over on our sister site The Organized Home, the editors let us in on the secrets to efficient bathroom storage, made the case for minimalist entryways, and more. Here’s a look back at the highlights from the week.

“Next to the kitchen, the bathroom might be the most hard-working room of the house,” writes Fan. “Given the room’s multifunctionality, it’s critical that the room have proper storage.” Find out the secrets to efficient storage in 10 Things Nobody Tells You About Bathroom Storage. Photograph courtesy of Rory Gardiner.
Above: “Next to the kitchen, the bathroom might be the most hard-working room of the house,” writes Fan. “Given the room’s multifunctionality, it’s critical that the room have proper storage.” Find out the secrets to efficient storage in 10 Things Nobody Tells You About Bathroom Storage. Photograph courtesy of Rory Gardiner.
Entryways are sometimes guilty of becoming drop zones for coats, bags, and the like. Let these 15 Minimalist Entryways We’d Love to Come Home To be your inspiration to stow clutter in closets and keep your entryway clear and calm. Photograph by Justine Hand.
Above: Entryways are sometimes guilty of becoming drop zones for coats, bags, and the like. Let these 15 Minimalist Entryways We’d Love to Come Home To be your inspiration to stow clutter in closets and keep your entryway clear and calm. Photograph by Justine Hand.
And, compostable food containers are multitaskers—find out what else the editors use them for in Aha! Hack: A Genius Alternative Use for Compostable Dinnerware. Photograph courtesy of Erin Scott.
Above: And, compostable food containers are multitaskers—find out what else the editors use them for in Aha! Hack: A Genius Alternative Use for Compostable Dinnerware. Photograph courtesy of Erin Scott.

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