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Trending on The Organized Home: Stealth Storage

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Trending on The Organized Home: Stealth Storage

March 25, 2018

This week over on The Organized Home, the editors found the world’s most compact kitchenette, picked their favorite storage products from Ikea’s forthcoming Hjärtelig line, and more. Here’s a look.

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Above: This Studio Bazi–designed apartment in Moscow is home to what just might be the world’s most efficient laundry room and kitchenette, all concealed behind a row of closet doors. Photograph by Polina Poludkina
want to create some stealth storage of your own? see our roundup of \10 modern  10
Above: Want to create some stealth storage of your own? See our roundup of 10 modern wood armoires and kit them out with our editors’ favorite storage products from Ikea’s new collection.
we&#8\2\17;re fans of out in the open organization as well—as long as it& 11
Above: We’re fans of out-in-the-open organization as well—as long as it’s artful, like the Vitsoe shelving unit in creative director Matthew Axe’s New York City apartment. “If something isn’t useful or beautiful, it goes,” he says of his decorating sensibility. Here are 10 storage ideas we’re stealing from his space. Photograph by Eric Piasecki.

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