A fun addition to this timeless bathroom is the custom mirror above a large trough sink. It provides a shelf for toiletries and has two cut outs for old-fashioned Mason jars that are perfect places to store toothbrushes.
Custom-cut slate fills this half bathroom from floor to ceiling, creating an impressive, rustic display. A sleek, custom-designed vanity is built into the wall and houses a shelf for easy-storage baskets. Sleek fixtures and lighting add a contemporary edge to the space.
This luxurious beach house master bathroom embraces the home’s natural surroundings, adding plenty of natural light, sensual finishes and custom white cabinets. A chic white shelf offers additional storage space for towels, trinkets and beauty essentials.
Reclaimed wood can warm up a space, and crates can add all-important storage, even to an area on display. Jen Woodhouse of The House of Wood used crates to fill this bookcase, making it decorative and functional. For another custom touch, she wrapped this bookcase in Crates & Pallet’s reclaimed pallet wood.
The family room is equipped with a large plush sectional with plenty of toss pillows for function and decoration. The sectional looks toward a wooden coffee table and a framed fireplace. A custom bookcase adds room for display and storage.
This blue and white kids' bedroom features white built-in bunk beds with underbed drawers and custom shelving for plenty of storage. The unusual arrangement of bookcase against beds allows for great of space to house books, toys and other kid paraphernalia.
The custom bookcase not only solved the problem of the built-in AC unit, but the shelves provide storage and display in the living area. The large coffee table is distressed and rugged, the perfect place for kicking up your feet and relaxing.
In this redesigned walk-through by designer Anna Willliams, the white built-in bookcase and cabinetry consolidate storage for the entire family. The floor-to ceiling custom unit displays books, decorative touches and photographs on its open shelves, and the closed storage underneath houses board games, toys and other paraphernalia.
Designed by Design Platform, this sitting room, situated adjacent to the kitchen, features custom built-ins with bookcases, white lacquer media storage and a bar hidden behind push-to-open cabinet doors. The furnishings here are comfortable and inviting for family and guests alike.
Make your storage do double duty as decor. While the vanity cabinet in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winning powder room is custom made, a standard vanity without doors on either side can add decorative storage to any small bathroom, says designer Stephanie A. Bruntz of Studio B Design. Bruntz says the diagonal slats in her custom cabinet are one of the more expensive elements, so adding a horizontal shelf or no shelf at all would be much cheaper. She adds that a stylish pendant can also create a designer look without breaking the bank. You can buy frosted mini glass pendants at Home Depot for under $20, while regular sizes range from $80-$100.
A custom pipe and wooden shelf system sits in front of the left and right window that flank the sink, perfect for storing glasses and plates. Designer Tiffany Brooks says this storage system allowed the huge window area to remain open. “You have a direct view to your driveway, your garage area and all your neighbors on the street in front of the house.”
Faux bookshelf wallpaper makes this media room feel like a library while vintage chairs add a masculine touch to the contemporary space. A custom media cabinet for the television allows for storage and keeps the space clean and organized. A black pinstriped sofa, a reclaimed wood coffee table with oversized chrome feet, and a silver multi-arm chandelier are a few design elements that complete this room.