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A custom-made bookcase, backed with opaque glass, divides the entryway from the dining area. On display is an array of objects—ranging from pottery by Eva Zeisel to pieces from Thailand and Bali. - Photo: Angie Silvy / Design: Kriste Michelini

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A built-in daybed perfect for curling up with a good book finds a home amongst the many nooks and crannies this farmhouse offers. - Photo: Michael Lee / Design: Jill Goldberg

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Pretty and Inexpensive Ways to Organize Your Home

How to Organize Every Room in the House! Tons of great and inexpensive ideas to organize every nook and cranny of your house! I always LOVE organization ideas!

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Pretty and Inexpensive Ways to Organize Your Home

How to Organize Every Room in the House! Tons of great and inexpensive ideas to organize every nook and cranny of your house! I always LOVE organization ideas!

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Pretty and Inexpensive Ways to Organize Your Home

How to Organize Every Room in the House! Tons of great and inexpensive ideas to organize every nook and cranny of your house! I always LOVE organization ideas!

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I know you've probably already seen every nook and cranny of my home here on IG, but there's a little tour and interview live on @glitterguide's website today with some tips on organization and sources for some pieces in my home. Click on the link in their profile if you're interested in checking it out!

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Candice Olsen. This woman is one of my favorites because she just really knows every nook and cranny about design. And it's adult, crisp, and elegant. Just always so beautiful and out together!

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Before and After: Martha's Amazing Maple Avenue Kitchen Makeover

Every nook and cranny of the Maple Ave. kitchen offers a storage solution, like this tilt-down drawer for the kitchen sink. It's a super-convenient place to store odds and ends, like dish sponges and scrub brushes. Shop Martha Stewart Living Kitchens at The Home Depot

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"Recognize unused space. Poke around for a little cranny. If you are finishing an attic, take a look at the spot where the slope of the roof pitches down far enough to touch the top of your head. That’s where you were thinking of framing the wall, right? Well, could you tuck a bed in there? Think of all the extra floor space you would earn."

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