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Trending on The Organized Home: The Best of the Best

May 27, 2018

Did you hear? The Organized Home will now be a part of our Considered Design Awards, launching June 1! This week the editors made the big announcement, profiled the newest Ikea hack startup in town, and more. Here’s a look.

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Above: All readers, both professional designers and amateur enthusiasts, are welcome to enter the Best Kitchen Organization Project—The Organized Home’s special category in this year’s Considered Design Awards. Here’s everything you need to know about entering. Photograph by Darren Hercher, courtesy of Tanya Vacarda.
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Above: “Call it foraged storage,” writes Fan of a clever idea she spotted this week: Repurposing a branch as a clothes rack. See a few favorite examples in Aha! Hack: The Practically Free, Make-It-Yourself Storage Tool. Then, in the spirit of reusing, check out 6 Instagram accounts that inspire us to go zero-waste. Photograph by Kate Sears.
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Above: New York City–based Norse Interiors is the newest Ikea hack startup in town, making Scandi-style doors and hardware for Ikea’s Bestå line of cabinets and TV stands. Read all about it (including the noteworthy story behind the naming of each style) in New & Noteworthy: Scandi-Style Custom Cabinet Fronts for Ikea’s Bestå System, from New York.

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