360 Storage Design Photos And Ideas

The custom shelving and staircase divides the bedroom and workspace from the living areas.
Items on the shelf were artfully arranged to show a mix of objects, art, and books.
A minimalist material palette of oak, concrete, black steel, and white stucco creates an airy and serene interior.
The open shelves separate the more secluded sleeping and study area from the rest of the apartment, yet still allow for strong visual connectivity, as well as ample light flow.
Storage has been incorporated under the open selves, within false ceilings, and overhead cupboards.
Ski-in, ski-out access—and a dedicated ski room—give the homeowners direct access to the slopes.
A close-up of the daybed and additional storage cabinets.
Charming midcentury features like the original wood paneling exist throughout.
A bookshelf divider separates the kitchen from the dining room, while also adding storage.
The mobile furniture items can easily be relocated to suit different needs and occasions.
A large walking closet
The plywood wrapper ties the kitchen together as it wraps over and around IKEA cabinets.
Henrybuilt's Opencase Wall System provides beautiful wall paneling with flexible functionality. The easily reconfigurable panels make kitchens, mudrooms, entryways, or studies endlessly customizable and organized.
The Henrybuilt Functional Partition Wall provides elegant spatial screening or division of space within the kitchen. It provides both privacy and transparency, creating distinct spaces without dividing them harshly.
French doors form the entrance to this mini abode.
The architects repeated the use of glass and steel on internal openings as well, such as in the pocket door for this hidden nook, so as to produce visual consistency throughout the home.
Despite its small size, the home features a surprising amount of storage space throughout, including the staircase that leads up to the bedroom.
Wall mounted tv bench made of birch plywood and treated with natural soap on the surfaces.
Plexiglass panels have been used for for the kitchen cabinets and staircase shelving.
Canny 'The New' Arrivals / Mud Room
Morrison's dressing room features pink cement tiles from Bay Area company Cle Tiles. The screens were actually designed to match the tiles.
Under the steps are built-in storage spaces.
The Clover is 24 feet long and is supported by a double-axle trailer. Featuring a steel roof, its exterior is clad in lapped smart siding.
Neon lights are fitted within a series of perforations in the white laminate to break up the rigid geometry of the space.
Detail of the cross-shaped suspended furniture
The original wood beams were restored and painted white to brighten the ceilings.
A modular furniture wall, which the RIGI team refers to as a "life board," was used as a flexible system that accommodates various storage and shelving configurations.
A closet contains and hides two bunk beds.
Birch plywood has been selected for the floors and storage.
view from master bath into master closet
Pine wood shelves that match the flooring with a painted back wall add contrast to the other end of the bedroom.
DA Residence by deDraft
Discrete customized storage has been added throughout.
The minimalist built-in storage units draw inspiration from the Japanese brand MUJI.
BoConcept furnishings have been used throughout.
Storage takes up an entire wall in the dwelling.
The loft-like spaces tucked high above the ceiling serve as sleeping or storage areas, and are accessible via metal ladders.
The greenhouse volume has a shed roof that slopes at the same angle as the main volume.
Tidy closet storage frames the entry to the apartment.
The streamlined wardrobe panels are also finished in oak.
The window in the living room is framed by built-in shelves. The owners are collectors of local craft and design, and had ventilation grids custom-made specifically for the renovation.
The minimalist design of the space was also informed by the location of Habitat 67 on the Saint-Laurence River—a windy and isolated spot during the long cold winter months.
A BBDW leather credenza and round mirror, along with a chandelier by Urban Electric Kensington are located in the entry hall.
The bench also contains drawers for storage.
Shibata wanted more shelf space in her home office, so she added a plywood door with built-in bookshelves that opens into her bedroom to form a reading nook. Glimpsed from the adjacent room, the space looks larger than it actually is, thanks to the bright green walls.
A custom-fabricated sideboard of birch, in a coffee-colored stain, finds its niche among the 

gathering of windows.
That said, even their closet clutter is minimal and well-organized.
The secret to keeping their minimalist interiors spare? Lots of hidden storage in the hallway, where they stash their books, their clothes, their tools, and their climbing gear.
A closer look at the shelving built into the staircase in the kitchen.
The interiors, which have ceilings that are almost 10-feet high, included steel girders and main pipe, which were extremely low.
Sections of the walls and ceilings in the bedrooms were fitted with white panels that look like closet doors, hinting at a sense of being upside down.The apartment’s floor plan consists of two parallel spaces.
One of Zee's favorite nooks of the house, this alcove holds some of her favorite pieces including the eye wall hanging by Heather Levine Ceramics.
Mother Juice Bar is a cold-pressed juicery that was created by Gemma Ponsa Salvador and Lily Figel. Using only local seasonal ingredients and dried fruit, they have plans to include ingredients from the upcoming rooftop garden. As native Barcelonans, Salvador spent time in Los Angeles, while Figel practiced her craft as a pastry chef in New York.
Big Branch Woodworking and Lackey Construction fabricated the cabinetry throughout the home, including the birch built-ins in the mudroom, designed by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design. Each family member has his or her own cubby with storage for coats, shoes, hats and gloves, with built-in outlets for charging iPhones.
Photo caption: In traditional Japanese houses, clever carpenters often combined staircases with storage to maximize living space and storage.

Modern storage solutions transcend the idea of "out of sight, out of mind." Storage doesn't have to mean a box unceremoniously shoved under a bed—it can be a way to display your most treasured objects, or step foot into the minimalist lifestyle. Browse some of the most innovative storage ideas there are—including closets, cabinets, shelves, and that challenging space under the stairs.