Choose storage items based on their beauty.
The basics of tidying up are ``If you take it out, put it back.''
If you don't do this, your house will fall into disrepair in an instant.
Humans are the ones who know it's important but can't do it, but I think there's a trick.
It means ``choosing things that are beautiful even if they are left out''.
And ``choose beautiful storage items.''
And if the storage is beautiful and easy to put away, you'll be fine with things like ear picks, nail clippers, and cotton swabs that don't stand out but you want to keep nearby.
You don't have to be so particular about storing items that you only use once a year, but when it comes to storing items that you use on a daily basis, you should choose storage based on their beauty.
Just close the lid and you'll see the interior.
The toolbox I use to store the LDK is from Toyo Steel (@toyosteel), which is also used by Muji in both black and white.
Children's fancy and messy craft goods and medicines can be left in their packaging, and as soon as you close the lid, they look like interior decorations.
You can hide it, you can carry it around, it's stylish, and when you get tired of it, you can take it to the garage or use it for other purposes, so it's great for storage.
It has a solid feel that is not found in resin products, and it has a smooth texture. By continuing to use it for a long time, you can create a vintage feel that can only be achieved with steel.
The square design made by pressing is a special feature that can only be found on two-tiered tool boxes. Due to its relatively large size, it has a solid presence in the room.