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Enter to Win Up to $500 Toward Minimalist, Thoughtful Storage Essentials from Yamazaki Home

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Enter to Win Up to $500 Toward Minimalist, Thoughtful Storage Essentials from Yamazaki Home

May 24, 2021

Buy fewer (and better) things; consider beauty as well as function: Our edicts for interiors extend to storage solutions, too. We believe that good-looking, well-designed essentials keep the house in order and make for better living.

So does Yamazaki Home, which is why we turn to them for thoughtful, meticulously designed organizational finds and simple essentials. (See our first post on them here.) Inspired by life in Japan, the company believes that mindful design can make small improvements in how you use your space. We like their modern, minimalist solutions for making the most of small spaces and their knack for upgrading everyday basics (like the humble dish drying rack). 

This month we’re teaming up with Yamazaki Home to give away two gift cards to use towards their ingenious wares. The winner will receive a $500 gift card; one runner-up will receive a $250 gift card. Enter here by midnight on June 6, 2021 for a chance to win.

In the meantime, take a look at a few of our favorite Yamazaki products for small improvements on the everyday:

 Above: We first posted about the Tosca Over-the-Sink Expandable Dish Drying Rack ($7
Above: We first posted about the Tosca Over-the-Sink Expandable Dish Drying Rack ($72) in 2016, and it remains a favorite. The lightweight coated steel and wood design creates space in even the tiniest kitchens: It expands (from 15 to 23.75 inches) to fit over most sinks for easy, mess-free drying or can perch sinkside on the countertop.
 Above: The good-looking wooden handles serve also as a place to hang dishcloths. (No more draping wet rags over the faucet.)
Above: The good-looking wooden handles serve also as a place to hang dishcloths. (No more draping wet rags over the faucet.)
 Above: The Six-Tier Wood-Top Shoe Rack ($loading=
Above: The Six-Tier Wood-Top Shoe Rack ($110) creates multiple storage opportunities within a slim footprint. It has five shelves for ample shoe storage (the lowest set can be removed for storing tall pairs of boots), plus a wooden top for storing out-the-door essentials. It’s available in black or white.
 Above: An example of Yamazaki’s thoughtful, detail-oriented design: The shoe rack also includes hooks on the side for storing umbrellas and other hanging items.
Above: An example of Yamazaki’s thoughtful, detail-oriented design: The shoe rack also includes hooks on the side for storing umbrellas and other hanging items.
 Above: Never waste time searching for your keys: The Rin Magnetic Key Rack with Tray ($) has hooks for keeping keys handy, plus a slot for storing mail, papers, or sunglasses. The magnetic rack can be wall-mounted using a screw or simply affixed to metal doors or surfaces for easy install.
Above: Never waste time searching for your keys: The Rin Magnetic Key Rack with Tray ($24) has hooks for keeping keys handy, plus a slot for storing mail, papers, or sunglasses. The magnetic rack can be wall-mounted using a screw or simply affixed to metal doors or surfaces for easy install.
 Above: Yamazaki offers small space-friendly furniture, too, like the steel and wood Tosca Narrow Living Room End Table ($65), which adds storage to the living space or bedside without taking up room.
Above: Yamazaki offers small space-friendly furniture, too, like the steel and wood Tosca Narrow Living Room End Table ($65), which adds storage to the living space or bedside without taking up room.
 Above: A place to set a cup of coffee and store books, all in a petite frame.
Above: A place to set a cup of coffee and store books, all in a petite frame.

Click here by midnight on June 6, 2021 for a chance to win.

And for much more, head to Yamazaki Home.

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