Make use of otherwise wasted vertical space by creating extra storage on the back of a closet, pantry, or mudroom door. Over-the-door hooks or systems can be customized with baskets and racks of different sizes.
To add open storage above the resurfaced bathtub, a shelf was made from a plank of pine, cut to size and finished with ebony stain. The shelf holds shampoo and beauty products, while an integrated black steel pipe keeps towels hung neatly below.
Another innovative storage solution in this Mid-Century modern kitchen is the baseboard drawers that were installed below the cabinets. These drawers provide storage for those awkward kitchen necessities, getting them out of the way so that the rest of the kitchen cabinets stay organized, neat and accessible.
Making the most of the vertical space in this closet, sleek black shelves hold purses and accessories. Racks underneath are perfect for stowing shoes, and four separate bars provide plenty of storage for hanging clothes.
Chevron and metallic storage bins are perfect for stowing games, books and art supplies while keeping the bookshelf orderly in this neutral eclectic girl's playroom. Meanwhile, a large bulletin board proudly displays invitations and keepsakes.
Where there's a little room, often there's a way to boost storage space. For this dressing room redo, designer Courtney Blaymore created a space for double hanging as well as a shoe wall to showcase her client's many pairs of shoes. The result: no more desperate searching for that one perfect outfit.
To create a functional cabinet out of those difficult corner cabinets, designers added two custom, pull out shelves. Not only does this double the usable space in the cabinet, it puts all of the homeowners gadgets within reach, creating a storage solution that truly makes life easier.