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May 22, 2013
You know the stuff, the stuff that is necessary but not so pretty. Here are five fancy storage suggestions to hide your not-so-fancy stuff.
Multi-colored modular storage.

DELICIOUS STORAGE UNITS

We’ve never met a hot-dog vendor we didn’t like, and neither, apparently, has French designer Mathieu Lehanneur: The classic quilted street-food cart provided inspiration for his Delicious storage units.

Price: Contact for price

 

Originally appeared in Storage Wars
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BERTIE BOX

LA-based Mod Mom Kiersten Hathcock made this bright Bertie Box from birch plywood, a sturdy storage choice for scattered toys; Roll it from room to room to pick up the pieces of playtime.

Price: $299

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colorful trolley storage cabinets Jan en Randoald for Labt

TROLLEY FILING CABINET

A graphic design duo from Ghent rigged up a modular filing system that circles back to their print work: Some components of the rolling trolley are printed with patterned veneers while others are left in their natural plywood state.

Price: $1,679

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Wooden toy chest/chaise by Lisa Albin.

TOY/CHAISE

The Toy/Chaise from Brooklyn-based designer Lisa Albin is a durable dresser and storage unit that doubles as a comfy space for your kid to sit and lounge. The birch plywood box has a built-in backrest so the little one can take a rest after picking up her toys.

Originally appeared in Storage Wars
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SaraS fabricated wooden wall shelves Jacob Granat

SARAS WALL SHELVES

Swedish designer Jacob Granat fabricated this compact storage system with an eye on mid-century modern lines and a present-day solution: a place where his girlfriend can keep her phone, keys, and wallet right by the front door.

Price: $550

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Multi-colored modular storage.

DELICIOUS STORAGE UNITS

We’ve never met a hot-dog vendor we didn’t like, and neither, apparently, has French designer Mathieu Lehanneur: The classic quilted street-food cart provided inspiration for his Delicious storage units.

Price: Contact for price

 

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