7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be): Inside a kitchen cabinet door

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be)

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be): Inside a kitchen cabinet door

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be): the underside of a desk

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be)

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be): the underside of a desk

Put a password on it (your new smart toys, that is) and protect yourself and your family.

10 steps to secure your smart home

Put a password on it (your new smart toys, that is) and protect yourself and your family.

It seems like a no-brainer to use cabinets for storage, but make sure to maximize the space that's in there. Professional organizer Beth Penn says, “If you have at least 12 inches of space between shelves, that’s an opportunity to add an extra shelf for even more storage space.

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be)

It seems like a no-brainer to use cabinets for storage, but make sure to maximize the space that's in there. Professional organizer Beth Penn says, “If you have at least 12 inches of space between shelves, that’s an opportunity to add an extra shelf for even more storage space.

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be): Beneath a washer and dryer. Rather than straining to reach items kept on shelves above these appliances, elevate them on a sturdy storage platform.

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be)

7 storage spots you aren’t using (but should be): Beneath a washer and dryer. Rather than straining to reach items kept on shelves above these appliances, elevate them on a sturdy storage platform.

This device lets you catch “energy vampires”—appliances that suck power even when they’re not in use—in the act. The WiFi-enabled plug reports on your energy usage via app and lets you turn appliances off or on accordingly.

8 genius green smart gadgets

This device lets you catch “energy vampires”—appliances that suck power even when they’re not in use—in the act. The WiFi-enabled plug reports on your energy usage via app and lets you turn appliances off or on accordingly.

Canary Flex ($199), amazon.com.  Canary’s newest model, the Canary Flex, makes home security portable with battery power and handy accessories. With a stake, twist, or secure wall mount, you’ll be able to get eyes on the exact spot or room you need, no wires required.

7 best smart home products for renters

Canary Flex ($199), amazon.com. Canary’s newest model, the Canary Flex, makes home security portable with battery power and handy accessories. With a stake, twist, or secure wall mount, you’ll be able to get eyes on the exact spot or room you need, no wires required.

Among those is the June Oven ($1,495), which is a favorite here at Sunset. Our food editors love nearly everything about it—the stylish exterior and smart technology, aided by weights, an in-oven thermometer, and camera, that helps it perfectly cook anything you put into it.

Take a sneak peek at Sunset’s Smart Cottage

Among those is the June Oven ($1,495), which is a favorite here at Sunset. Our food editors love nearly everything about it—the stylish exterior and smart technology, aided by weights, an in-oven thermometer, and camera, that helps it perfectly cook anything you put into it.

The Amazon Echo’s littlest sister, the Echo Dot, makes for a great home hub while taking up a truly minimal amount of space. Just like the full-sized Echo, it’s compatible with a huge number of devices including WeMo, August, and Nest, making it easy to control the devices in your home.

7 best smart home products for renters

The Amazon Echo’s littlest sister, the Echo Dot, makes for a great home hub while taking up a truly minimal amount of space. Just like the full-sized Echo, it’s compatible with a huge number of devices including WeMo, August, and Nest, making it easy to control the devices in your home.

All you need to install a smart lock is swap out the indoor side of your lock with the August, and connect it to your phone to start remotely locking and unlocking your door.

7 best smart home products for renters

All you need to install a smart lock is swap out the indoor side of your lock with the August, and connect it to your phone to start remotely locking and unlocking your door.

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