More Than Meets the Eye

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March 6, 2013
We may live in an increasingly public world, but that doesn’t mean we need to hide the occasional embarrassing photo or tuck away a top-secret file. Here are 5 sneaky storage solutions.
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  Cupboard of Secrets-Designed by 1920s minimalist decorator Jean-Michel Frank for Hermès, this nesting-box side table sports an intricate, yet restrained finish of natural rye straw marquetry.

    Cupboard of Secrets-Designed by 1920s minimalist decorator Jean-Michel Frank for Hermès, this nesting-box side table sports an intricate, yet restrained finish of natural rye straw marquetry.

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   A digitally fabricated home office in London conceals all the daily desk clutter and nods to the owner’s love of travel. Photo by: James Day

     

    A digitally fabricated home office in London conceals all the daily desk clutter and nods to the owner’s love of travel. Photo by: James Day

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   Thomas Eriksson’s Motiv desk for Ikea sports a hidden file folder in addition to a plethora of cubbies.

     

    Thomas Eriksson’s Motiv desk for Ikea sports a hidden file folder in addition to a plethora of cubbies.

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  When the table gets crowded, this salt and pepper set from Caterina Fadda Studio nestles right in. The tactile pair can be displayed together or separately and is also available in glossy apple green.

    When the table gets crowded, this salt and pepper set from Caterina Fadda Studio nestles right in. The tactile pair can be displayed together or separately and is also available in glossy apple green.

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  The Box bed by Zanotta lifts up to reveal a cache of storage space below the mattress.   

    The Box bed by Zanotta lifts up to reveal a cache of storage space below the mattress.

     

     

     

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