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Trending on Remodelista: The Great Closet Cleanout

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Trending on Remodelista: The Great Closet Cleanout

April 10, 2015

Nothing says spring like a shelf of beautifully folded sweaters. Julie and the Remodelista team spent the week cleaning out closets and organizing their lives–and discovered some surprising tips to finding serenity along the way:

Above: In Japan, stylish canvas bins and totes are commonly used to store books, magazines, and your knitting. Get inspired by these 7 Perfect Canvas Catchalls.

Above: Justine visits some very Improper Bostonians in their Beacon Hill townhouse and comes away with new ideas for storage, open shelving, and paint colors (who knew Benjamin Moore’s Gunsmith Gray was a cure-all?).

Above: Remember when we pioneered the Minimalist Wardrobe Movement a couple of years ago? Michelle’s serene closet still houses The Only 10 Pieces of Clothing You Need to Own.

Above: Meredith rounds up 10 ironing boards stylish enough to leave out in the open in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces: Ironing Boards Low to High.

Tackling a storage and organization project this weekend? For inspiration, see:

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