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Weekly Wrap-Up: Small Space Solutions

Our sister sites took a look at small space remodels and wild gardens this week and, as always, highlighted plenty of inspirational storage and organization ideas. Here’s a look.

Studio Ulanowski London Flat Built-In Desk
Above: We can’t get enough of this modular pied-à-terre created for a jewelry designer and her family. Among the frontrunners for our favorite element: The niche workspace tucked into a wardrobe and the clever use of sliding doors and screens to conceal the master bathroom sinks. See the full house in House Tour: A Flexible Pied-à-Terre in London for a Jewelry Designer and Her Family. Photograph by Michelle Young, courtesy of Studio Ulanowski.
  • Meredith alerted us to a mainstay in the world of flat-pack, direct-to-consumer furniture companies, whose offerings are clean-lined and take less than 15 minutes to assemble. Read all about it in Akron Street: Affordable, Simple, Solid Wood Furniture.
  • We admired the elevated use of Ikea in a Williamsburg, Brooklyn, guest bedroom that made the most of its existing elements in a budget-minded overhaul. See how it came together in Steal This Look: A Petite-Priced Guest Room in Brooklyn.
  • For a sliver of charming curb appeal that can adorn even the smallest of homes, Annie showed us her Object of Desire over on Gardenista: hand-crafted porcelain house numbers from Germany.
  • “From a design perspective, the message they send is ‘outdoor kitchen’ instead of ‘last-minute plan’,” writes Michelle of built-in barbecues. See her favorites in 10 Easy Pieces: Built-in Barbecue Grills.
  • Is yours the most organized kitchen on the block? There’s still time to enter it in the Best Kitchen Organization category of the 2018 Considered Design Awards! The winner gets $500 to spend at Schoolhouse and the category is open to professionals and amateurs alike. To enter, go here.

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