8 PIECES TO HELP YOU ORGANIZE YOUR SPACE

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2018 is the year you’re going to get organized—we believe in you. We have eight great pieces and some room design ideas to help you get your house in order.
1. Colton Storage Bed
Tuck away extra blankets, linens, shoes, kid toys—these roomy drawers can make clutter disappear. The Colton bed is a workhorse with the beauty of a thoroughbred. It’s also one of our most versatile beds, available in three sizes (Queen, King, California King), three headboard heights (40″, 55″, and 70″), and three headboard styles (smooth, grid tufted, or button tufted), with nailhead trim options, in your choice of hundreds of fabrics or leathers, with or without contrast welting.
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2. Ming Small Media Cabinet
Ming is for those treasures you want to display, not hide away. It features gorgeous Asian-influenced design and a variety of hand-distressed finish options.
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3. Logan Hall Tree
Are you sick of disorder in your entryway? Our Logan hall tree is the answer. It uses one of our favorite room design ideas, which is to take advantage of height so you can get more storage without taking up too much floor space.
Logan has hooks for coats, hats, and scarves, plus a deep bench for bags and backpacks. Even better: It has two spacious storage drawers at the bottom. Plus, check your look in the mirror on your way out the door; you deserve to look as (or more!) flawless than your foyer.
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4. Handwoven Flo Baskets
Large floor baskets are great for storing throws, fire logs, laundry, toys, and so much more. They rest neatly against the side of a larger piece or furniture or slide discreetly beneath it.
Our Flo baskets are woven by hand in the Philippines, where artisans collect bulrushes that are as much as 6′ long. They dry each strand in the sun before weaving them—without a frame—into these gorgeous baskets.
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5. Editor’s Modular System
Our Editor’s modular series is from our Ethan Allen | Disney line, and it’s an organization powerhouse. The open storage system has a variety of bases, cubbies, corner units, and even a tower so you can customize the layout to fit your space. Tuck baskets into each cubby to corral small items (our Fantastic Felt baskets will brighten up any space) or stack books, collectibles, electronics, or more inside.
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6. Spindle Glass Jars
One of the biggest organization challenges is finding a way to corral small items. Our Spindle glass jars, another Ethan Allen | Disney design, provides a home for crayons, office supplies, sewing supplies, art supplies—the list goes on. It’s available in both small and large sizes for some visual variety, and you’ll love the look: It’s made by master glassmiths in Portugal.
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7. Chevron 24″ Square Bone Tray
Do you ever look at your coffee table, end tables, or dining table and wish you had a way to group your tabletop décor? Trays like our handcrafted Chevron bone tray put small decorative items in order. On your coffee table, use them to hold books, small plants, or remote controls; in your dining room, group a vase of flowers alongside your napkin and silverware holders.
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8. Callum Single-File Bookcase
We like file storage that doesn’t look like file storage, and that’s why we love this Callum bookcase. At the base is a roomy file drawer; above that file drawer are two storage drawers. On top of that base storage, open bookshelves store your favorite novels and your collectibles. Also, we’ll let you in on a secret that makes this bookcase incredibly versatile: It has venting and an opening to pass wires through its backpanel, so you can use it in your living room just as easily as you can use it in your office.
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