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If you can score an entire lot of matching vintage crates, create a wall grid with them for one eye-catching storage piece. I love the idea of storing your shoes in these wood crates — the solution would look neat in a mudroom. UK shop Bailey Home & Garden sells these vintage crates, but they're...
Why hang your keys on a boring old rack when you could have this hotel-inspired key rack? It will bring a bit of vintage modern style to your home, and will inspire you to make sure your key rings are looking snazzy.
When was the last time you cleaned out your closet? With an organized system, you might figure out that you actually do have something to wear.
It seems like the top shelves in my closet are always the messiest ones. These acrylic shelf dividers are perfect to keep clothing and accessories neat and organized at all times.
Acrylic Shelf Divider
This is really perfect for the family. I'd love to have it at home because it provides enough storage for gloves and hats, as well as a place for jackets and shoes. Use baskets on the upper shelves to add some color. Oh, and the price is great for this kind of quality. It's something that will last...
A set of rustic hooks on reclaimed wood would be a beautiful way to store towels in a bathroom. The oversize dimensions of this rack make it a very cool piece to include.
These simple, beachy baskets are perfect for corralling all of your summer essentials in a well-trafficked entryway — from beach towels to sand castle molds, spare sunscreen and flip-flops.
I love the idea of using this wire curtain hanger, along with the matching Dignitet curtain clips, to hang your children's artwork across a playroom wall. It's such a fun way to showcase all those kindergarten creations while adding color and style to your room.
Dignitet Curtain Wire
These are the perfect wall hooks for hanging up leashes and doggy coats. Don't even consider anything else.
I'm a big fan of wall hooks. I like to test them out with Command hooks before committing to a hole in the wall, but I think I could make an exception for these Branch Hooks. They'd be perfect in a small or narrow entryway for stashing guests' coats or your dog's leashes. They'd also work on the...
This is the perfect accessory to add to that modern entryway. Sleek, slim and oh-so-chic, this coat rack shapes-up a cluttered entry in a hurry. I could also see this used in a modern, spa-like master bathroom.
Frame hangers are a fun way to hang special pictures from the wall. These are bound to get comments!
I really need to have these New York–style closet shelves in my laundry room. I love the mix of the wood shelf and the metal bar. They would take a laundry room from drab to fab.
The only thing better than having lots of great storage is having storage that's as beautiful as it is functional. These wood and iron boxes are rich and warm in details. Fill them with anything you like keeping close at hand.
These storage bins are perfect for throwing in blankets, kids' toys and any catch-all items. The nautical quality comes through in the stripes and twisted rope handles.
Rugby Stripe Bins
It's like a filing cabinet — for your clothes. Whether or not you choose to organize by style, article of clothing, or day of the week, these stackable shelves are a great way to really take advantage of the precious shelf space that you have in your closet.
Packing? Use this fold-down hanging bar to carefully coordinate your outfits before the luggage handlers at the airport rip them to shreds and/or pilfer them.
I have three words for those of you with walk-in closets in your master bedrooms: I. Am. Jealous. My husband and I share one long closet (with bi-fold doors). Needless to say, there is not much storage space. Also, the wire closet system that was installed in our home over 20 years ago is less than...
Sleek and compact, this wardrobe is an all around utility player. You can hang your clothes hangers here on the front, coats on the pegs in the back, and fold some clothes on the shelf up top. I would install this in my bedroom, or next to the front door.
Here's a simple way to display your jewelry. This handmade rack features pretty branch hooks. You're more likely to wear your necklaces if you can see what you have.
I love the idea of picking out my own design for a personalized Lucite box. Use the boxes for makeup, decorative items or storage in your kitchen.
Set the tone for your house with boating-inspired cleat hooks on your entryway walls. Or put some by the back door for guests to hang their beach towels on.
These are far too lovely to hide under your coat, so save them for the bedroom and use them for your jewelry.
This is simply a brilliant space-saving "wardrobe." It's a gorgeously crafted solution for the scores of us who find ourselves with no space for the furniture version in our bedrooms. It could also serve as a device for overflow, allowing us some extra hang space to display our best fashions.
Almost sculptural, this rack could be a solitary piece to use on a blank wall. It could be used as a clothes rack for the bedroom, as well as a coat stand by the front door. This would be an opportunity to carefully curate which pieces you would like to showcase.
This Tvilum shoe storage is a minimalist, and its clean lines blend in well with any decor. Give the kids the lower drawers, and mom and dad can have the upper ones.
This is a clever way to store shoes in a tight closet space. It is a great way to disguise the unit as just a typical storage cabinet.
I like this three-drawer stand for extra storage in any room. I think it would make a great place for toys in a playroom, arts and crafts supplies in an office, or pajamas or workout clothing in the bedroom.
These gorgeous handwoven baskets add style and texture to a home office or playroom, and are great for corralling office supplies, papers, files and/or toys.
Ooh, ahh. I love everything about these. White. Nailheads. Shiny nickel. Straps and buckles. They're hip, high fashion storage at its best. Intended for decorative and storage use only. And I know just where to put them.
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