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Trending on The Organized Home: Small-Space Ingenuity

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Trending on The Organized Home: Small-Space Ingenuity

March 17, 2019

This week on The Organized Home, the editors toured an award-winning apartment with some of the most ingenious small-space solutions we’ve seen. Here’s a look at that and more:

In a suburb of Melbourne, architect Jack Chen made the most of just 377 square feet. See more in An Architect’s Award-Winning Apartment With Ingenious Small-Space Solutions. Photograph by Tess Kelly.
Above: In a suburb of Melbourne, architect Jack Chen made the most of just 377 square feet. See more in An Architect’s Award-Winning Apartment With Ingenious Small-Space Solutions. Photograph by Tess Kelly.
If you have access to a grocery store with a bulk section, there are a few things you should bring to make the most of shopping. Learn what they are in The Zero-Waste Shopper’s Kit: What to Bring to the Grocery Store to Buy in Bulk. Photograph courtesy of Food5
Above: If you have access to a grocery store with a bulk section, there are a few things you should bring to make the most of shopping. Learn what they are in The Zero-Waste Shopper’s Kit: What to Bring to the Grocery Store to Buy in Bulk. Photograph courtesy of Food52.

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