Bye-bye, boring plastic bins. These eye-pleasing ideas let you clear clutter and justify your junking habit.
With its many tiny compartments, this multi-slotted console makes for a first- class desk organizer.
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Once used by wineries for airing out bottles, this antique find serves as a storied spot to stash jackets, scarves, and such. Talk about a perfect vintage!
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When grouped together, a collection of crates in varying sizes stacks up to one striking display. Customize the arrangement to fit your space. (Safety tip: Affix crates to the wall using screws and secure them together using 2-inch mending plates.)
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No need for built-ins. Stand-alone storage, like this armoire-turned-cupboard, is one of the latest kitchen trends. Add or remove the shelves to suit your needs.
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Use this sweet find to store toiletries and makeup tools. Thanks to a slim profile, a mold will fit easily on a window ledge or countertop.
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Push metal casters through the bottom of a picnic basket and secure with wing nuts. The basket's handles make it easy to reach for stashed sweaters and bed linens.
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Corralled inside a dresser drawer, these tiny tartlet pans and gelatin molds (adhered in place with Glue Dots) keep baubles organized and tangle-free. (Place a pin cushion inside a tin to create a spot for earrings.)
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