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Designers offer creative ways to store seasonal items

Designer Brian Patrick Flynn takes a used dresser from a flea market (often a highboy with four or six drawers) then removes the bottom two drawers to create an open lounge space for pets complete with a removable cushion. The upper drawers are convenient for storing seasonal items.
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn takes a used dresser from a flea market (often a highboy with four or six drawers) then removes the bottom two drawers to create an open lounge space for pets complete with a removable cushion. The upper drawers are convenient for storing seasonal items.
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It’s that time of year again, when we pull out the blankets and sweaters and stash the last of the warm-weather items until spring arrives. Many homes lack the space needed to store everything right where we use it. So seasonal things get shuttled around and sometimes even misplaced. If the serving dishes you use only at the holidays are stacked way up at the top of your pantry, “you may find yourself running out ...


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