This year, the winners of The Organized Home’s
Considered Design Awards category will get a $500 gift card to shop Portland, Oregon–based Schoolhouse. (Winning projects also get full profiles on Remodelista, Gardenista, or The Organized Home, and professional winners get automatic entry into the Remodelista and Gardenista Architect/Designer Directory.)
To enter, visit our
Rules & FAQs, and browse all contest details on our 2018 Awards site.
We shopped online, and here’s what we’d buy with $500 from Schoolhouse.
Above: Schoolhouse’s Wood Weck Jar Lids make storing pantry staples in classic Weck jars even easier. Available in a variety of sizes, ranging in price from $4 to $6. Above: This Enamel & Leather Utensil Holder is made in Poland of heavy-gauge steel, powder-coated in white with a natural leather handle; $48. Above: This Wall-Mounted Paper Holder can be hung in the kitchen for grocery lists and meal schedules. It’s made of powder-coated aluminum and comes with a roll of brown kraft paper; $249. Above: This heavy-duty brass Nicolai Utility Rail can hold kitchen utensils or, when mounted into studs, heavy pots and pans. The bar is made of solid brass and comes with six brass S-hooks for hanging; $189. Above: Made in a family-owned factory in Germany, this German Broom & Dust Pan is made of oiled ash wood and horsehair bristles; $139. Visit the Above: This Round White Ash Basket is made for Schoolhouse from Appalachian ash wood harvested in Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire. It has a sturdy woven body and black leather handles; $144. 2018 Remodelista Considered Design Awards and submit an entry into The Organized Home’s category, Best Kitchen Organization Project. Submissions are due by midnight Pacific on Friday, June 22.