Martha Stewart Just Launched a Closet and Storage Collection Geared Toward Renters

updated Feb 12, 2020
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Wouldn’t it be great if Martha Stewart could come to your home and put organizing systems in wherever you desperately need it? But since that’s not a realistic option, the lifestyle guru just gifted the world the next best thing: a storage line to help organize any room that needs it.

Sold exclusively on California Closets’ website and design consultants, The Everyday System collection combines Martha’s style with California Closets organizing products to create a balance of design and function. The overarching style is simple and modern, with metal and wood finishes that allow it to be versatile within the home.

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Many of the details—from the gold metal accent colors and graphite to the eco-friendly finishes—are all influenced by Martha’s privately owned homes. “Our new closet and storage components are versatile and beautifully designed and rendered in exquisite materials and finishes,” Martha said in a press release. “These units can be used in every room in a house to simplify and organize everyday living.”

The systems can be configured to suit the needs of various spaces, from a home office with overflowing paperwork to a pantry that has unlimited spices. Whether it’s needing more bins for your perishables, shoe space in your closet, or more shelves to put miscellaneous items that don’t have a home otherwise, there’s a customizable option for it. 

An added bonus: the organizational systems are designed to easily be installed and adjusted. “This product is practical in its simplicity to install and configure, yet also sophisticated with its contemporary wood-and-metal design,” said Jill LaRue-Rieser, California Closets SVP and Chief Merchandising Officer. “Complementary to our core offering, we believe The Everyday System will also allow us to service a greater segment of customers, particularly those who are renting or looking for accessible, installed organizational solutions that they can modify themselves or relocate with ease.”

The price starts at $821 and are ready to be shipped to organize your life. Now if only we could get Martha to come and install it…