Stackable home goods

Tight on space at home? Stack your stuff.

 (Photograph: Courtesy of Bloomingdales)
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Photograph: Courtesy of BloomingdalesMake My Day stack wine-bottle holder, $10 at Bloomingdale´┐Żs Home (600 N Wabash Ave, 312-324-7500)
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Container Store)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Container StoreGalvanized cube tower, $181 through October 14 (normally $242) at Container Store (908 W North Ave, 312-654-8450)
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Fab.com)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Fab.comHerman Miller Easy Chair, $160 each at fab.com (through September 30)
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Container Store)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Container StoreBright Stockholm stacking letter tray, $9 at Container Store (908 W North Ave, 312-654-8450)
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Uncommon Goods)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Uncommon GoodsRussian doll measuring bowls, $13 at uncommongoods.com
 (Photograph: Courtesy of BrickBox)
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Photograph: Courtesy of BrickBoxBrickBox shelving, $47-$55 at modmobili.com
 (Photograph: Courtesy of West Elm)
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Photograph: Courtesy of West ElmStackable chair, $99 each at West Elm (1000 W North Ave, 312-867-1770)
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Vintage midcentury stacking tables, $85 for the set at etsy.com/shop/msmichiganroux
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Pia)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Piastacking vessels
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Crate and Barrel)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Crate and Barrelstacking wine glass
 (Photograph: Courtesy of Crate and Barrel)
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Photograph: Courtesy of Crate and BarrelHexa stacking wine rack, $25 each at Crate & Barrel (646 N Michigan Ave 312-787-5900; 850 W North Ave, 312-573-9800)

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