It was German Design week on Remodelista—which means lots of good, German-engineered storage solutions for us to dive into. Here’s what grabbed our attention on our sister sites:
- German-based design firm Studio Oink overhauled a narrow, 900-square-foot row house, and the results were unexpected and inspiring. We especially like the space-saving custom headboard-nightstand-desk combo in the tiny bedroom. See A Luminous, Euro-Style Row House in Washington, DC, Courtesy of Studio Oink.
- While here at The Organized Home, we were rounding up our favorite German-made storage products, over at Remodelista, they were busy gathering into one post their favorite German-made kitchen tools, including a beautiful all-glass tea kettle. See 13 German-Made Essentials for the Kitchen.
- German designer Katrin Arens, based in Italy, designed a showstopper of a kitchen, featuring cabinets made of wood that’s 250 years old. But we’ve honed in on the ingenious storage on the stainless steel counter—with inserts and cutouts to hold knives, cutting boards, and cooking utensils. See Kitchen of the Week: A Katrin Arens Design in Sardinia with 250-Year-Old Wood.
- The herb drying racks in Gardenista’s 10 Easy Pieces: Herb Drying Racks are pretty—and now we want one.