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Trending on The Organized Home: Back to Basics, Storage Edition

October 7, 2018

Wardrobe advice from a fashion maximalist, a truly compelling argument to decant your grains, and more this week on The Organized Home. Here’s what you missed:

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Above: Consider Annie’s cautionary tale before you dismiss the notion of decanting your grains as too high-maintenance. Read more in Reason No. 138 to Decant Dry Goods (Or, How to Prevent Flour Beetles: A Cautionary Tale). Photograph by Matthew Williams.
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Above: The endlessly-fashionable Andrea Linett (she’s an alum of Sassy and Lucky magazines, the voice behind the blog I Want to Be Her, and a former creative director at Michael Kors), may be a self-proclaimed maximalist, but she knows better than anyone that basics are the workhorses of every closet. Find her picks for a fall capsule wardrobe in The 10 Fall Wardrobe Basics Every Woman Needs: Minimalist Advice from a Fashion Maximalist
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Above: And, the editors’ favorite feature of this sleek, streamlined laundry room is none other than a clever Ikea hack. See if you can spot it, then read more in Design Sleuth: One of the Most Ingenious Ikea Hacks Ever. Photograph by Shannon McGrath.

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