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Every Gorgeous Piece You’re Going to Want From Martha Stewart’s New California Closets Collaboration

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Martha Stewart knows a thing or two about organization. Hailed as the “queen of home,” the media mogul has long been helping us out in the cleaning department, teaching us everything from how to correctly fold our sheets to how to remove an old sticker from any surface. Now, the Woman’s World cover girl is taking things one step further, bringing us all the tools we’ll need to get things in order once and for all with her brand new collaboration with California Closets.

Dubbed The Everyday System, the joint collection boasts everything from standard walk-in closets and wardrobes to media systems that will house all your entertainment needs, making the pair a match made in systemized heaven.

As Stewart herself raved in a press release, “Our new closet and storage components are versatile and beautifully-designed and rendered in exquisite materials and finishes.”

More than simply using her organizational prowess on these practical storage solutions, which can be used in any room for your abode “to simplify and organize everyday living,” the 78-year-old Martha Stewart Show alum is gracing us with her classic, comfortable style: Each design is constructed from a blend of metal- and eco-friendly wood and comes in a variety of finishes to suit your own personal tastes.

These portable and customizable pieces also fit in with Stewart’s longtime life motto of, “When you’re through changing, you’re through” — The Everyday collection was inspired by the idea that storage, too, should adapt to your ever-changing needs.

Keep reading to see the eight collaboration elements that will help you finally get a handle on all those organizational goals.

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