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Trending on Remodelista: Smart Storage Ideas for Every Room in Your House

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Trending on Remodelista: Smart Storage Ideas for Every Room in Your House

March 6, 2020

It helps to have the storage fundamentals—proper bathroom cabinets, a place to hang up coats, a practical pantry—in place before you start your spring cleaning. Remodelista has some great inspiration this week to help you get organized.

We couldn&#8\2\17;t love this bathroom vanity situation more. Designed by Commune, the guest bath of the newest Ace Hotel in Kyoto features puzzle-box cabinets and towel bars below the sinks (in our opinion, the best place for hand towels). Photograph by Stephen Kent Johnson, from The New Ace Hotel Kyoto: Japanese Design Meets Bohemian Style.
Above: We couldn’t love this bathroom vanity situation more. Designed by Commune, the guest bath of the newest Ace Hotel in Kyoto features puzzle-box cabinets and towel bars below the sinks (in our opinion, the best place for hand towels). Photograph by Stephen Kent Johnson, from The New Ace Hotel Kyoto: Japanese Design Meets Bohemian Style.
In the entry of a Charlie Luxton-designed home, a plywood built-in wardrobe features pegs (for hanging outerwear) arranged to replicate the profile of the house. Photograph by Ed RS Aves, from Before & After: An Environmentally Sensitive Rehab of a Cotswold Bungalow.
Above: In the entry of a Charlie Luxton-designed home, a plywood built-in wardrobe features pegs (for hanging outerwear) arranged to replicate the profile of the house. Photograph by Ed RS Aves, from Before & After: An Environmentally Sensitive Rehab of a Cotswold Bungalow.
Above: Take a page from the two architects who own this modern retreat and design a built-in pantry that disappears into the wall when the doors are closed. Photography by Eric Petschek, courtesy of IdS/R Architecture and Vipp, from Head for the Hills: Two NYC Architects Design Their Own Passive House, Vipp Kitchen Included.
Doing laundry may feel less like a chore when you&#8\2\17;re using these colorful hampers. See Happy Housekeeping: Cheerful Storage and Laundry Baskets from Mexico.
Above: Doing laundry may feel less like a chore when you’re using these colorful hampers. See Happy Housekeeping: Cheerful Storage and Laundry Baskets from Mexico.
Consider forgoing upper kitchen cabinets and instead opting for a standout piece of storage furniture for your plates, bowls, and glassware. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from 7 Storage Ideas to Steal from a Nonchalantly Organized English Country Home.
Above: Consider forgoing upper kitchen cabinets and instead opting for a standout piece of storage furniture for your plates, bowls, and glassware. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from 7 Storage Ideas to Steal from a Nonchalantly Organized English Country Home.

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