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How to Make Space for a Getaway During COVID-19

In 2017, 52% of Americans reported having unused vacation time at the end of the year. How will you make...
By Kacey Bradley Oct 28, 2020
A wood crate used for old photograph storage.

How To Store And Preserve Your Old Photographs

Even in today’s digital age of Instagram, Snapchat, and #TBT posts, nothing compares to the warm nostalgia you feel when looking...

By Molli Carlson Sep 01, 2015
Scout Sixteen founder and lifestyle blogger Justin Livingston's MakeSpace bin is used for hat, jacket, pants, clothes, and bag storage in NYC.

Featured User: Justin Livingston of Scout Sixteen

Through his popular blog, Scout Sixteen, Justin Livingston helps dudes everywhere up their style game. So the moment we heard that Justin chose MakeSpace to store some of his timeless but seasonal threads, accessories, and household items, we celebrated the only way we saw fit—documenting their beauty in a photograph.

By Molli Carlson Nov 07, 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

Photos Of New York City From 1950 To 2000

Have you ever wondered what New York City looked like in decades past? Us too! That’s why we’ve put together this collection of photographs cataloging the evolution of the Big Apple from 1950 to the end of the millennium. Take a look and decide which eras of NYC you’d like to have lived through!

By Molli Carlson Aug 19, 2014

How Many Otter Pops Fit In A MakeSpace Bin?

Whether you call them otter pops, freezer pops, or something else entirely, you’re definitely familiar with these classic NYC summer treats. Our office is in Chinatown, so we went to the nearby supermarket New Kam Man to source these beautiful looking pops

By Molli Carlson Jun 25, 2014
A MakeSpace storage bin full of 63 Sriracha bottles.

How Many Bottles Of Sriracha Fit In A MakeSpace Bin?

A funny thing about the internet is that it’s not very easy to get a sense of how just how big things are in the real world. We want to make sure that our customers never have to wonder about the size of our green bins, so every week, we’ll be experimenting to learn just how much of a thing we can fit into a MakeSpace bin.

By Molli Carlson Jun 23, 2014
Photographer and MakeSpace customer Collin Hughes is bundled up in Antarctica.

Meet Collin Hughes, The Photographer Who Calls MakeSpace “Home”

Over Skype, I ask, “Do you think of yourself as a technomad or a minimalist, in terms of the way you live?” Professional photographer Collin Hughes, who has worked with everyone from Nike to Wired, laughs and then responds, “Most definitely,” as he turns his laptop’s camera from his face towards four small duffle bags in a pile on the floor. “This is everything I own right now besides what’s in MakeSpace,” he says from off camera.

By Molli Carlson Jun 17, 2014
Brooklyn-based Photographer Noah Kalina uses MakeSpace for NYC storage.

Featured User: Noah Kalina

Noah is probably our favorite photographer. He’s not just the guy who takes a picture of his face every single day or the dude who made deli flowers something we’d like to hang on our walls for the rest of our lives — Noah’s an incredibly kind and thoughtful human being who just happens to be capable of capturing the beauty in anything he points a camera at.

By Molli Carlson Apr 24, 2014
Haley Stark, an art director, graphic designer, and writer in Brooklyn, uses MakeSpace for NYC storage.

Featured User: Haley Stark

How is a 22 year old this good at design? Haley started working full-time as a Senior Designer at NYLON before she even finished undergrad at NYU, and is one of the youngest designers in the magazine’s history. Of course, for someone with as much talent and creative ambition as Haley, her work at NYLON is just the tip of the iceberg; in her spare time, she’s done everything from designing Mira Gonzalez’s poetry collection i will never be beautiful enough to make us beautiful together to collaborating with the studio Actual Idea on Jared Leto’s photobook series Notes from the Outernet.

By Molli Carlson Apr 24, 2014
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