A high end stainless steel refrigerator provides restaurant styling with plenty of storage compartments. This contemporary kitchen also features dark cabinetry and black and white decor that add to the classic elegance.
As seen on Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna opened up the entry hall and added a functional custom bench with handy storage compartments. The bench was designed by carpenter and furniture artisan Clint Harp.
This modern dining area has a custom-built banquette with hidden storage compartments under the cushions. The bright piece is paired with a glass-top table and contrasting graphic throw pillows. The bird sculpture and teardrop vases tie in elements from the great outdoors.
Attached to the kitchen island, vintage storage compartments keep kitchen gadgets neatly stowed away. Gorgeous warm wood cabinets feature integrated stainless steel appliances for a sleek, classic look, and a globe pendant light sparkles above the island which has room for three to dine or converse with the host while they prep and cook.
This eat-in kitchen features a stainless countertop and backsplash, making food preparation and cleanup a cinch. Drop-in storage compartments line the back of the countertop, giving the at-home cook easy access to toppings and other food items.
This kitchen countertop serves double duty as a prep surface and storage compartment that houses crayons, rubber bands and clips. This is a great place for kids to do homework while Mom and Dad cook meals.
Hand knotted yarn pieces form a charming canopy above the white wash wood bunk beds in this kids room design by FLO Design Studio. Plush linens and pillows create the ultimate, whimsical place for little princesses to dream and use their imaginations. Unique storage compartments flank the bunk beds to hold books and personal treasures.
Even in our homes, corners are generally considered dead space, but in closets they can be utilized in a surprising way to free up space for additional shelves and compartments. Lisa Adams, CEO and designer of LA Closet Design, suggests incorporating a corner carousel into your closet design to really utilize a corner that would otherwise go unused. "The carousel rotates 360 degrees and allows for hanging all the way around. Rather than voiding out the corner or doing an awkward reach-in cabinet, a corner carousel is a great solution for capitalizing on storage space," Lisa says. Photo courtesy of LA Closet Design.
This tween girl's bedroom is filled with polka dots and pink decor. The closet features frosted glass doors to enhance the feminine look. Angled shelves hold a variety of shoes, and narrow drawers hold accessories like scarves, belts and hair accessories. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
Sometimes you can simply eliminate a shelf or two and your storage space will expand significantly. Barriers and other dividers just create dead space within your closet, so the sooner you can remove them, the more space you can create for your essentials. Lisa Adams, CEO and designer of LA Closet Design, made a few cosmetic changes to this walk-in closet that make it feel more spacious and maximize the storage space. "In this closet I eliminated the vertical panels between individual cabinets/sections, creating an open, horizontal look. This opens up the space and makes it feel much bigger," Lisa says. "The use of L-shaped shelves and hanging rods at the corners, again, maximizes the corner spaces and makes the closet feel more customized and luxurious." Photo courtesy of LA Closet Design.
Yes, give your closet the royal treatment by combining drawers, shelves, clothing racks, a storage island and a hutch for the ultimate in walk-in closet luxury. Not only will your walk-in look like it came straight from a boutique, but you'll have an unlimited amount of storage space to work with, making the word "clutter" unutterable. In this suite system, the shelves are designed for those on-display items, whereas drawers are perfect for underwear, accessories and any other items ideal for concealment. With clothing racks separated, you can even organize your clothes according to function: casual, work, dressy.
Dark cabinetry can bring a sense of elegance to your child's room. If you don't have enough closet space, an open cabinet system may be a better option. Install clothing rods vertically to save space and to give a boutique-style look to the space. Keep items you use every day at hand level for easily accessibility. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
This green bedroom has a lively design perfect for a little rockstar. The vibrant green wall color is highlighted with black stripes and the zebra print comforter make this an eye-catching space. A desk at the foot of the bed provides a workspace and added storage and a chair in the corner is perfect for relaxing. A storage unit of cubbies next to the bed adds space for light and more storage containers.