It is a truth universally acknowledged that I have more bags than I know what to do with. I usually just throw them on a hanger in the closet, but a story in our June issue is making me rethink my storage methods.
At Ken and Anika Yael Natori's home
in upstate New York, the traditional coat rack gets a stylish circular mudroom makeover. Keeping colorful bags and scarves accessible—and out in the open—adds personality and visual interest to this entryway.
The tree-themed wallpaper in their son's room seems a natural spot for hanging up coats and school bags. In one Brooklyn apartment, below, the bags themselves take center stage as proudly displayed wall art.
And rustic wood hooks create an eye-catching resting spot for handbags and a trusty Nikon in Grace Bonney's abode
How do you tackle clutter?