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Fun fact: Did you know it’s nearly impossible to find a non-ugly filing cabinet? I’m something of a paper hoarder, and I thought a cabinet would be the best option for me, but according to my many Internet searches, most of them look like they’re straight from the set of Office Space. All hope was lost, until I discovered the 5-Bin Storage Tower.

white bin storage tower

The Italian design is clean and mod, the height is a great use of space and each of the bins swivels out for easy access to whatever you tuck away inside. (The product description on The Container Store’s site also mentions shoes, books and craft accessories as possible bin fodder.) Plus, it comes in three different colors. I’m so filing my paper in the tower, and I’m so filing the tower under A for “Awesome Organization Find.”

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  2. Martin says:

    Nathan, we have done what you are talking about for about a year now. I would agree with Anna re: srtpos ( ). Remember that if you have wireless, it needs to be n type for consistent 1080p. I think the biggest problem/setback for us has been the lack of a DVR. That may sound very wierd, because DVR are for capturing broadcast and everything is on demand, but the real issue is that the apps from Netflix and Hulu do not have an easy way to shunt shows for future attention. In Hulu, if you see an interesting show on their banner, the app on my Roku makes you watch it as opposed to queue for later. As far as I can tell, there is no other way than to search for the advertised show and then add to queue. It turns out to be much easier to manage the queue from your laptop. Hulu also does not tell you air dates. It may promote a show that is 5 years old. While that may not seem wierd, if you don’t have broadcast and you aren’t told the air date, then it looks new. Too bad they advertise many good/great shows that got cancelled after 1 year’s run. Netflix is what is, the experience doesn’t change when you cut the cord.I would *highly* suggest checking out all the options in a store. Roku 2, Apple TV, Google and Sony. They take very different approaches. There is also Connect 4 if you’re looking to burn big bucks.The packaged internet + cable gives you something like 7$ (or less) savings which I don’t think you counted in your math.

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Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...

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