Surprise! Extra counter space, shelf space and a wine refrigerator are tucked in this kitchen's pantry. This strategy is a great way to bring additional functionality to a room without adding clutter to the space. And who doesn't want fewer appliances on a primary countertop?
Architectural details, like the board-and-batten walls and exposed wood ceiling, set the stage for this cozy, cottage bedroom. A comfortable bed is flanked by simple white nightstands, adjustable lights and built-in bookshelves.
Vibrant green walls, an upholstered houndstooth ottoman and bright sofa pillows add a lively feeling to this living room by designer Stephanie Sabbe. An adjustable floor lamp illuminates a bookshelf area concealed by antique white French doors.
Open pantry racks are a smart place to store canned goods, dry goods, and fruits and vegetables, while still providing greater visibility and ease of access. Installing a unit with adjustable shelves, like in this pantry, allows you to customize the shelf height to fit your storage needs.
Usually found in commercial kitchens to house everything from bulk foods to appliances, the InterMetro Kitchen Shelves from The Container Store will lend an industrial appeal to your pantry. Whether you store these steel shelves inside a closet or out, you'll have plenty of space for all your pantry staples. Each shelf supports up to 300 pounds and is adjustable.
To create separate storage for each person in this master bathroom, two top wall cabinets were added on each side of the double vanity with adjustable shelves and convenient outlets. In the center, base cabinet drawers offer storage for common items. Towel bars placed under each sink provide easy access with a shelf below for extra towels.