Clever storage ideas

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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Storage is a necessity, but often we substitute style for affordability or basic, and sometimes bulky, practicality. But storage options can be beautiful and practical, with an individual charm and a justifiable price! We're going to take you on a tour through some of our newest and best storage options, to show you exactly what we mean by this…

Bold shelving

There is a little of the bespoke, and a lot of individuality in these shelves. The slightly crooked design lets one admire them for what they are, whilst occupying a relatively small space and offering a practical storage solution. The intense colours of the shelving would also be an excellent place feature accessories—vases, photos and collectibles.

Quick draw

This would be an extremely useful idea for all around the house—not just in the bathroom, but in the kitchen, utility room, garage… . the list goes on. It essentially  provides deep draws with double capacity. An exceptionally practical use for it would be to store saucepan lids above and the saucepans below—you'd never loose one again!

New beginnings

scandinavian Bedroom by homify
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Kleiderstange Swing

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It's often the case where we don't have the luxury of a proper wardrobe in our first of new apartment, due to convenience, money or simply lack of time. A storage idea like this mobile wardrobe, puts a good spin and a nice touch on the well known IKEA equivalent.

Quaint and charming

A rugged but very practical solution to bathroom storage problems which are faced by many of us. The bottom drawers are good for larger things like towels, whilst the smaller draws can be used for items like jewellery and perfume bottles. A clever thinker could store their entire bathroom ensemble in this little number.  

For more bathroom storage solutions take a look here.

Small bathroom storage

Many smaller bathrooms are cluttered and inharmonious—which won't do at all. A place to store towels, soaps and other must haves, without the mess and without the hassle. Incorporating this unit with the sink and having it float doubles the practicality and ingeniousness of this cabinet by 10,000; simply through visual appeal and innovation. 

For more bathroom designs click here.

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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