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June 10, 2018

This week on The Organized Home, the editors toured a Manhattan apartment with clever stealth storage solutions, culled a few favorite sources for attractive accessories, plumbed the archives for home office inspiration, and more. Here are the highlights.

At first glance, this West Chelsea apartment tour doesn’t look like a storage story at all, but just beneath the surface lie ingenious storage ideas that make the most of 520 square feet. Take the full tour in Beneath the Surface: A Quiet Railroad Apartment in Manhattan with a Surprising Amount of Storage. Photograph by Eric Petschek.
Above: At first glance, this West Chelsea apartment tour doesn’t look like a storage story at all, but just beneath the surface lie ingenious storage ideas that make the most of 520 square feet. Take the full tour in Beneath the Surface: A Quiet Railroad Apartment in Manhattan with a Surprising Amount of Storage. Photograph by Eric Petschek.
There are plenty of dish-drying racks on the market, but only a few qualify as good-looking enough to leave out on the counter. Fortunately, Alexa has done the work of finding the most attractive options for you in 10 Easy Pieces: Countertop Dish Drainers. Shown above is the Yamazaki Wood Handled Dish Drainer, available through Schoolhouse, who also happens to be our 2018 Considered Design Awards prize sponsor. See more of the editors’ favorites from them in 6 Picks from Schoolhouse, Our 2018 Design Awards Prize Sponsor.
Above: There are plenty of dish-drying racks on the market, but only a few qualify as good-looking enough to leave out on the counter. Fortunately, Alexa has done the work of finding the most attractive options for you in 10 Easy Pieces: Countertop Dish Drainers. Shown above is the Yamazaki Wood Handled Dish Drainer, available through Schoolhouse, who also happens to be our 2018 Considered Design Awards prize sponsor. See more of the editors’ favorites from them in 6 Picks from Schoolhouse, Our 2018 Design Awards Prize Sponsor.
This clever workspace tucked into an alcove was a favorite moment from last year’s Considered Design Awards. See more ingenious examples in 15 Favorites: The Niche Workspace and be sure to check out this year’s awards—especially The Organized Home’s brand-new category, Best Kitchen Organization Project. Photograph by Rory Gardiner.
Above: This clever workspace tucked into an alcove was a favorite moment from last year’s Considered Design Awards. See more ingenious examples in 15 Favorites: The Niche Workspace and be sure to check out this year’s awards—especially The Organized Home’s brand-new category, Best Kitchen Organization Project. Photograph by Rory Gardiner.

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