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Trending on The Organized Home: Into the Woods

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Trending on The Organized Home: Into the Woods

May 13, 2018

This week, the Organized Home editors echoed Remodelista’s In Praise of Timber week with an eye toward storage. Here’s what they found.

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Above: These are not your grandmother’s wooden bread bins. New versions of this household staple have a thoroughly modern look (plus many of them have a lid that doubles as a cutting board). See our editors’ favorites in 8 Favorites: Modern Wooden Bread Boxes.
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Above: “File this under: Why didn’t I think of this?” writes Fan of a super-easy, super-cheap DIY pot rack using a strip of rustic wood and a handful of nails. Find out how to make your own in Aha! Hack: A Rustic DIY Pot Rack for Less Than $30.
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Above: Milk crates and cinder blocks are staples of apartment life, but these lightweight wooden versions are much better looking, don’t you think? Annie sleuths out the source in First-Apartment Storage Basics, Upgraded with Wood. For another rental hack, check out Modular Cedar Closet Kits (on the Cheap!) from Kentucky, the next best thing to a custom cedar-lined closet.

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