A tall cabinet utilizes formerly wasted space and makes toiletries and grooming tools easily accessible yet out of sight in this blue bathroom. Designer Tip: Designer Elizabeth Swartz says keep scale in mind when adding this type of storage unit to a bathroom to avoid overpowering the space.
One of the best ways to organize and store smaller accessories like jewelry, hair clips, sunglasses and more in a small closet is to use clear stackable containers. They keep everything in plain sight while using vertical storage space and avoiding items from tangling together.
In addition to the cabinets and drawers in the U-shaped double vanity, the master bathroom also offers vertical storage above the vanity with a tall column upper cabinet for easy access to items like extra rolls of toilet tissue and personal care products.
To bring color into this contemporary white kitchen, an orange pendant light was installed over the custom peninsula. The vibrant color pairs well with the black quartz countertops and neutral glass backsplash. Below, a vertical pullout storage cabinet keeps spices and other ingredients organized near the top-notch stainless steel stove.
Small, neutral tile travels up from the floor to form an accent wall in this wine storage cubby. An indented shelf creates a space for glass storage over a small stainless steel table. Whine bottles are stacked on vertical racks on the side walls for an artistic storage display.
A tip from professional organizer Tidy Tova: Max out your vertical storage by adding undershelf baskets. They instantly multiply your cabinet’s capacity and create designated areas for different types of ingredients.
With various sized bins and a range of lids, it doesn’t take much for your collection of leftover holders to get out of hand. Lufkin and Goodsell say to group bottoms, then stack lids vertically with the help of a plate rack.
Reclaim square footage for baby's playtime with vertical storage. This nautical-themed nursery features a tall built-in bookshelf, opening up the room and eliminating clutter. While the bookshelf matches the room's beadboard wainscoting, a bold blue crib creates contrast in the space.
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.