351 Storage Design Photos And Ideas - Page 2

Because their loft is a rental, David and Im Schafer built everything to be removable.
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Brooklyn, New York
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
The net seat uses an extension of the handrail as a frame and hangs above the studio, creating  an unusual reading perch. Extra storage is built into the stairs, where CDs, movies, and blankets are kept.

Jersey City, New Jersey
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
Pozner credits Borowski with the idea to use a roller shade, purchased at the Shade Store, to close off the sleeping loft. The simple intervention, neither sound- nor lightproof, is sufficient to demarcate one “room” from another.
This built-in custom couch offers ample storage underneath.
The open attic creates an airy sense of space for the lower levels, and offers more room for storage.
The mudroom is an essential stop for the family after skiing and other outdoor excursions. Lockers provide neat storage for all their gear.
IKEA’s Stolmen system holds the couple’s clothes in the master bedroom. Solid core maple doors from Lowe’s match the structure’s interiors, which are lined in wood largely sourced from Union Church Millworks.
Downstairs are more shelves of records, the master and guest suites, and Jack’s music studio.
Hynam built additional storage along one angled wall of the bedroom loft and beneath the skylight.
Just off an internal courtyard, a mudroom provides a prime place to keep sneakers. Each family member has their own shelf, backlit by windows that illuminate every pair.
Built-ins reduce the need for furniture.
Shelving and storage was added as space allowed.
Hand-printed wallpaper by Erica Wakerly livens up the dressing room.
In the foyer, StudioKCA turned a closet into a valet area. The bench is upholstered  in fabric by Knoll.
Adjustable pegboards help lawyer Dan Franklin manage his compact apartment in downtown Manhattan.
Taku designed built-in storage for Eugene’s room.
Light streams into the master suite’s dressing room through glass  panes by Western Window Systems. Clothes are stored in cabinets by Molteni&C; a rustic antique bench from Amber Interiors offers a place to suit up. As in the rest of the house, the fir flooring is by Dinesen. “Having worked with Will so much, I know he responds to a very calm and cool palette of beiges and grays,” says Reddy.
Transom glass above each door allows for light and views while reducing sound transmission.
Looking back toward the front of the bus, more storage becomes visible. The pink dresser on the right holds the family's clothes. The gray dresser to the left incorporates a standing desk for Brandon and hides mechanicals.
Aptly named "A Day In Her Shoes," Gretchen Murdock (of Modtage Design)'s vintage-meets-modern styling room is "inspired by the past, enchanted with the present–a room that blends the vintage treasures of days gone by with the fresh allure of days to come. The open wardrobe transforms her clothing and accessories into an exhibit, beautifully displaying each element of her wardrobe." In choosing pieces to outfit the room, the interior designer focused on sourcing from sustainable, local, and female-led businesses.
Custom millwork closets were added and lined with cedar and brass knobs that the owner found. Because of two dormers, the best use of space was to add drawers for additional storage.
The designers fortunately happened on enough antique wallpaper to outfit the whole room. The bookshelf is a custom design by Yun and made of salvaged heart pine, same as the floor. It features grooves in the sides, so the shelves can be pulled in and out.
The red wall cabinet was designed by August. The floors throughout the home were replaced with wide, salvaged heart pine floorboards with radiant heat.
This bespoke cabinet in the closet was custom-made by the firm and features small colorful doors, alluding to a magic cube.
The dressing room walk-in closet in the master suite.
A dressing room with built-in storage.
Cabinet fabricator Michael Madore experimented with what he calls an “aggressive” metal-sanding process to pull out the grain from the whitewashed oak plywood. For the hardware-free cabinets, Schaffer looked to a drawer pull detail derived from Giò Ponti’s work—though she admits the radial edging is an effect entirely her own.
Open shelving is a staple of Food52, and here, it can be a versatile place to display tools and artwork.
The tables on the ends of the storage aisles can be workspaces for employees, thanks to power outlets and USB plugs.
<b>Cabinetry: </b>The owners’ biggest savings came from building the cabinetry themselves. Because the house has no garage, the couple wanted lots of indoor storage, which they mostly hid behind flush, full-height “second-grade” cedar doors.
Typically hidden under a mattress to support it in a bedframe, the Ikea slatted Sultan Lade is instead an item for display in this hack.  The Sultan Lade is hung from the wall off two sturdy wall hooks, and then the slats hold a variety of items, from lamps and books to Ikea S-hooks supporting storage baskets.
Butler's pantry with herringbone backsplash
White surfaces complete the interior, adding to the spacious, open feel.
Kitchen Shelving + Stair
Photo caption: The second floor features this clever storage design—a “hidden space,” as co-design studio refers to it.
To break up the long living room, Pettit created a walnut bookcase at the entrance.
Wardrobe closets display the exposed ply edges which create a unique outline within the millwork.
By stealing 15 inches from the kitchen, they were able to add a dry bar to the living room side of the space. The two first decided to do this when they came upon the idea over beers and trace paper in their favorite local bar.
This bookshelf and storage credenza are part of the "Modern" collection.
Entrance
The home features plenty of storage and joinery to accommodate the needs for a growing family. High quality fit-outs and joinery, as pictured above, give this space a luxurious feel.
Nearly 10,000 hours went into the planning of the Kasita, which comes with home automation, modular furniture, and endless stowaways.
Storage racks for surf boards.
Upstairs, a wooden slatted wall doubles as a bookshelf.
The interior surfaces of The Phoenix are either raw plywood or galvanized metal resulting in a utilitarian feel with no maintenance needs.
A glass encased wine storage system lets the owners and their guests select a bottle with ease.
Fiedler Marciano Architecture crafted not only the loft, but also many of the industrial design objects. The bookcase here is part of the "black" family of objects, including the closet storage and stair. The "white" family of object include the bathroom, kitchen, and more.

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.