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Why People Hate Wire Shelves Part 2: A History Of Wire Shelving Hatred

Why People Hate Wire Shelves Part 2: A History Of Wire Shelving Hatred

Published in 5.29.2017

Wire Shelving (a.k.a. The Bane Of Closet Existence) is as pesky a household pest as insect infestation & flooding- yet...

Minimalism, Zen, and Simplicity in Design: A Movement That Changed the World

Minimalism, Zen, and Simplicity in Design: A Movement That Changed the World

Published in 12.28.2016

Minimalism burst onto the scene in the middle of the 19th century and has changed the nature of design, architecture,...

How To Get Your Closet Organized: The Essential Closet  Makeover PART 2

How To Get Your Closet Organized: The Essential Closet Makeover PART 2

Published in 12.20.2016

There are two basic closet types: Reach-in closets and walk-in closets. We usually classify anything that has a depth narrower...

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Why people hate wire shelves

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Why People Hate Wire Shelves Part 2: A History Of Wire Shelving Hatred
May 29, 2017
Wire Shelving (a.k.a. The Bane Of Closet Existence) is as pesky a household pest as insect infestation & flooding- yet homeowners willfully install them in their homes. Luckily, the trend is shifting as more and more people upgrade their closet spaces to maximize storage & create...
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Minimalism, Zen, and Simplicity in Design: A Movement That Changed the World
December 28, 2016
Minimalism burst onto the scene in the middle of the 19th century and has changed the nature of design, architecture, and music. As a design philosophy, minimalism is characterized by extreme spareness and simplicity. It was originally inspired by Japanese architecture and the way it...
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How to measure your closet

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The essential closet makeover

How To Get Your Closet Organized: The Essential Closet Makeover PART 2
December 20, 2016
There are two basic closet types: Reach-in closets and walk-in closets. We usually classify anything that has a depth narrower than 42’’ as a reach-in closet. This is because all our Modular Closet organizer pieces are 14’’ deep and we always recommend leaving a minimum...
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