Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created a new laundry and mudroom for the homeowners, complete with plenty of storage cabinets, shelving, and coat hooks.
A woven hamper keeps dirty clothes gathered and off the floor. The combination of open shelves and double hanging rods maximizes all of the available storage space inside the master closet.
The bedroom's double rod hanging closet provides ample storage for clothing, with high shelves for extra pillows.
A white shelf offers generous storage space in this spacious, contemporary bathroom. Bright orange towels pop against green walls, creating a fresh color scheme.
With plenty of closed storage for toiletries and linens, this master bathroom achieves the ultimate spa-like atmosphere.
While it may seem like an unnecessary detail, a bookshelf in the hallway introduces convenient storage in a high traffic area.
Light salmon-colored bolster pillows add comfort to the window seat. Like the built-in bookcase on the other side of the window, this additional bookcase provides both open and closed storage.
Curved cradles turn an ordinary pantry shelf into a beverage storage center and allow you to store wine — or even water or soda — bottles on their sides without fear of them falling off the shelf. Photo courtesy of transFORM
A media console sits below the media room's 50-inch flat screen TV, providing storage for equipment and entertaining essentials. The TV was positioned to be completely visible from either sofa.
A specialty drawer insert cushions sunglasses and keeps them from scratching.
A pair of closets flanking the bathroom door affords ample space for storing clothes and accessories.
Wire baskets and glass canisters keep craft supplies and dry goods within easy reach.
Inside one of the drawers sits extra laundry bags and a small basket that holds clothes pins and a lint roller.
A decorated corner of the living room in the King home, as seen on Fixer Upper. (after)
The hutch houses two appliance garages that hide a coffeemaker and a mixer.
Cabinets in the base of the island increase the storage capacity of this well-designed open kitchen made for a family to enjoy.
Vintage-inspired chests flank the bed instead of nightstands to offer up plenty of storage and infuse warm wood tones into the room.
A cottage-style nightstand with bun feet and pewter knobs used in the niche has drawers for storage of bedroom essentials and reading books.
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