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Okay, so this may sound like the most boring topic ever. But, hear me out...
This is the first in a series I'm calling "Pretty Ugly Things," where I'll share the most aesthetically pleasing options for necessary, but notoriously unsightly, household items.
This series was inspired by the saying "have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or think to be beautiful." I'd go a step further and add that the useful things should also be beautiful (when possible).