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Trending on The Organized Home: Storage Solutions Big and Small

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Trending on The Organized Home: Storage Solutions Big and Small

July 29, 2018

On the Organized Home editors’ radars this week: Marie Kondo’s first storage product, envy-inducing built-ins, and more. Here’s a look:

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Above: “The cynical side of me thinks Marie Kondo‘s Hikidashi Boxes, priced at $89 for a set of three, is a naked attempt to monetize her popularity and take advantage of Kondo groupies who are happy to shell out a whole lot of money for what are essentially shoeboxes. The fan-girl part of me, though, desperately yearns for a set,” writes Fan of everyone’s favorite magical tidier’s first-ever storage product. Read more about them in New & Noteworthy: Marie Kondo’s Hikidashi Boxes.
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Above: If you’re planning a remodel, read this first. The editors combed the archives to find inspirational examples of minimalist built-ins,—like ones shown in this Elizabeth Roberts-designed bathroom, which disappear into the wall. See all of the editors’ favorites in Archive Dive: Our 11 Favorite Built-in Storage Cabinets, Minimalist Edition. Photograph by Dustin Aksland.
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Above: And, spotted in the kitchen of the Netherlands-based couple behind furniture and interior design studio Woodchuck: A countertop catchall that the editors are calling a “plate pocket.” Read about why they love it in Aha! Design: A Countertop Pocket for Plates. Photograph courtesy of Woodchuck.

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