This week on The Organized Home, the editors brought the high/low trend home with stylish Container Store finds, a roundup of designers’ Ikea favorites, and some insight into which kitchen remodel upgrades are worth the expense. Here are some highlights.
Above: “There’s a reason that designers, even the most highbrow of them, are willing to brave the crowds to shop at Ikea—and it’s not just for the Kanelbullar (aka cinnamon buns),” writes Fan in New Classics: 8 Ikea Storage Pieces that Designers Love to Use (Over and Over). Shown here: Wall-hung Algot shelves in architect Jess Thomas’s own Bed-Stuy townhouse office. Photograph by and courtesy of Kate Sears; styling by Kate S. Jordan. Above: If smaller storage pieces are what you’re after, the editors found some stylish options from The Container Store. See what made their list in The Cull: 10 Surprisingly Stylish Finds from the Container Store. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista: The Organized Home. Above: A kitchen remodel is a constant balancing act between what you desire and what you can afford, but The Organized Home editors found storage upgrade inspiration from a Mill Valley, California, kitchen that should fall firmly in the “worth it” column. See what they found in Kitchen Remodel Wisdom: 10 Storage Upgrades You Need to Consider. Photograph by Andres Gonzalez. Above: Finally, we were not immune to royal wedding fever this week and responded with a story that Meghan Markle might find useful: Expert Advice: How to Store a Wedding Gown (aka the Most Expensive Item in Your Closet). Photograph by Pascal Shirley.
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