Cabinets form the backbone of this sleek transitional kitchen. Configure the cabinetry to make the most use of your kitchen's size and floor plan. In this kitchen, the base cabinets primarily consist of drawers, which brings items out to you instead of you having to dig through less accessible standard cabinets.
A long counter of drawers with no upper cabinets allows the owners of this transitional kitchen to prep and cook with a clear view into the living and dining area. Bright yellow barstools add a sunny touch to the gray color scheme. Design by Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd.
A sun mirror is the center of the wall display over this long dining room buffet. The buffet features a distressed finish with rows of drawers for storage. Mounted plates decorate the remaining space over the furniture piece while the buffet top display includes table lamps, shaped shrubs and thick candle holders.
This spacious play room leaves lots of open floor space for maneuvering. Large beanbag chairs provide cozy, contemporary seating. A large patterned rug beautifully compliments the hot pink and white details in the design. Giraffe and elephant patterned throw pillows and alphabet wood furniture piece bring traditional nursery themes with an updated look.
Short on storage? Try this DIY shelf hack. We turned two wall shelves into a mobile coffee table by adding two sets of casters and mending plates. It can hold makeup, games, craft supplies and more! And when you need more space, you can simply roll it under the bed.
Shallow kitchen drawers are perfect for spice storage – except when jars roll against one another. Solve that problem with the Variera drawer insert from IKEA. The curved grooves of this removable tray make it easy to store spices and easy to clean should those spices ever spill.
Instead of precarious stacks of cookware piled in the back of a cabinet, store your everyday pots in a handy drawer. This drawer features two separate sections: a deep area for housing big pots and a shallow roll-out for storing potholders, lids and trivets. Rich wood and sleek stainless steel hardward make this storage space visually appealing design element. Photo courtesy of Dura Supreme Cabinetry
Storage Dilemma: You just can't fit one more sweater or pair of shoes in your bedroom closet. Solution: Take advantage of the space under your bed by using storage boxes or slide-out bins for seasonal items, or choosing a bed with built-in drawers to hold the overflow from your closet.
More and more homeowners are opting for deep storage drawers in their kitchens rather than base cabinets; heavy pots and pans are much easier to access when they’re stored in drawers. Here, metal dividers keep cookware and lids separate.
Spice and oil storage drawers are hidden behind decorative columns, utilizing every inch of space in this traditional kitchen. This smart solution keeps ingredients organized and on-hand while at the food prep space.
Wall-to-wall storage is a coveted feature in any home, but to be done so stylishly in the bedroom is the envy of every homeowner. The built-in cabinets with brass knobs and pull-out drawers are a functional stand-in for a regular closet and they make use of the space in the hallway.
Given the minuscule size of this modern Manhattan loft, every inch of space is put to use. Stairs are not merely for circulation through the apartment, but feature built-in storage cabinetry and drawers below.
Keep pots handy for cooking by storing them right below the range. This convenient drawer even features a partition at the back that neatly stores all the lids in plain view. Photo courtesy of Dura Supreme Cabinetry.