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Minimize Your Possessions to Live a Focused Life

Minimalism has many definitions, and what it means to you will depend entirely on your relationship to material possessions. For...
By Cora Gold Oct 15, 2021
Shake Shack Culinary Director Mark Rosati's MakeSpace Bin

Shake Shack Culinary Director Mark Rosati Talks Everything Shack

Shake Shack Culinary Director Mark Rosati is the genius responsible for the restaurant’s incredible menu and one-of-a-kind frozen custard flavors like “Waffles & Bacon” and “Coffee and Donuts.” When we heard that Mark was going to be using MakeSpace, we knew we had to interview him. He was kind enough to take a minute out of his busy schedule to chat with us about everything Shack. Read on for the inside scoop!

By Molli Carlson Sep 18, 2014
The MakeSpace NYC storage bin of Joshua Brueckner, the founder of SKINNYFATTIES

Featured User: Joshua Brueckner Of SKINNYFATTIES

If you haven’t heard of Joshua Brueckner’s company SKINNYFATTIES yet, it’s only a matter of time! SKINNYFATTIES alters standard wide ties to make them thinner and more fashionable. They also create custom ties from whatever fabric you provide.

By Molli Carlson Sep 16, 2014
makespace wedding dress and tuxedo storage bin

MakeSpace For Newlyweds!

Getting married is one of life’s happiest moments. Figuring out what to do with wedding keepsakes and duplicate appliances in a tiny New York City apartment is not. That’s why newlyweds Sarah and Evan Cheng signed up for MakeSpace.

By Molli Carlson Sep 15, 2014
Nickelson Wooster's NYC Storage Solution

Nick Wooster’s Infinite Closet

No New York City closet has ever been big enough to contain the fashionable imagination of Nick Wooster, until now.

By Molli Carlson Sep 03, 2014
Ike Edeani, who uses MakeSpace for valet storage in NYC, takes a photo in a photography studio.

How To Move To NYC The Ike Edeani Way

Moving to New York City sucks. First, you have to figure out how to get yourself here. Then you have to figure out how to get your stuff here. Then you have to find a place to stay temporarily. Then you have to navigate the insane NYC housing market and find an apartment. And then, after all that, you still have to get all of your stuff from your temporary home to your new, permanent home. At which point you’ve basically moved three times. We have good news. There’s a better way, and professional photographer Ike Edeani has found it!

By Molli Carlson Aug 22, 2014

Patrick Janelle’s NYC Summer Essentials

We’ve been obsessed with Patrick Janelle’s Instagram this summer. Burgers. Parks. Skylines. Cappucinos. Staycations. Vacations. He’s pretty much the quintessential New York Instagrammer. So naturally, when he signed up for MakeSpace, we knew we had to make something happen. With a shared love of burgers and parks, we decided to have Patrick curate a bin of his New York City Summer Park Essentials.

By Molli Carlson Aug 20, 2014
The green MakeSpace storage bin of Emmy-award winning food and travel journalist Michael-Ann Rowe stores her ice skates, jackets, and snow boots.

Emmy Award-Winner Michael-Ann Rowe Uses MakeSpace To Keep Her Closet Under Control

This world-traveling food lover and journalist received the prestigious award earlier this summer for her show Off The Beaten Palate. She’s using MakeSpace for seasonal storage!

By Molli Carlson Aug 12, 2014

Featured User: Diana Yen And Her Bunny Cleo

We’re so, so excited to have Diana Yen of Jewels of New York as a featured user here at MakeSpace. The food stylist, cookbook author, and business woman let us take photos of one of her beautiful bins and her Instagram-Famous bunny, Cleo! (Cute bunny pics after the jump)

By Molli Carlson Aug 06, 2014

Blogger Taylor Davies <3's MakeSpace

Taylor Davies of Shut Up I Love That Shirt On You is using MakeSpace, and she loves it! Davies is storing her winter gear while it’s still warm out. That way she can maximize closet real estate for her summer stuff.

By Molli Carlson Jul 29, 2014
The MakeSpace storage bin of Ashley Albert, owner of the Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club in Brooklyn, NY.

How Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club Owner Ashley Albert Uses MakeSpace To Sell Her Apartment

You might think you don’t know who Ashley Albert is, but you’ve definitely heard her voice. Maybe you’ve listened to her Grammy-nominated children’s band, The Jimmies playing overhead while you strolled through a store. Or if you religiously watched MTV’s Daria as a teenager in the nineties, you might geek out upon learning that Albert was the voice of slow speaking, valley girl Tiffany Blum-Deckler.

By Molli Carlson Jul 02, 2014

Man About Town Patrick Janelle Uses MakeSpace To Party

You probably know Patrick Janelle by his wildly popular Instagram handle, @aguynamedpatrick. This charming, young graphic designer and man about town is famous for taking incredible photos on his iPhone and for his stunning backyard parties. Janelle also happens to be a MakeSpace user. When things started to heat up this summer, Patrick ordered his bin full of backyard decor so he could trick out his Nolita apartment. We sent someone along to take photos. Check it out!

By Molli Carlson Jun 25, 2014
Tyler Tringas' workstation on a balcony overlooking a rice terrace.

How Tyler Tringas Uses MakeSpace To Live Like James Bond

Tyler Tringas was living out of a backpack and working off his laptop in SouthEast Asia when he had to make a quick trip back to the States to attend a friend’s wedding in Vermont. This probably sounds like a logistical nightmare, but Tyler had a plan. He landed in New York City, met a MakeSpace driver in the lobby of his hotel, unpacked his tuxedo, and went to the wedding the following morning. No sweat.

By Molli Carlson Jun 18, 2014
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