351 Storage Design Photos And Ideas - Page 3

More treasured pieces, including a clear glass bud vase by William Gudenrath from the Corning Museum of Glass and a bronze palm from De Vera in San Francisco, occupy the living room bookshelves.
Photo caption: The wall beneath the stairs of this Beverly Hills home holds hidden storage, including an Enomatic wine dispenser and Sub-Zero refrigerated drawers.
The second floor is laid out with almost nautical efficiency. Behind the closet is the bathroom.
From this workspace, the apartment’s owners can look out to the garden.
In the entryway, light is provided by a minimalist glass globe, built-in within the unit, and through another niche that peeks into the living room.
Additional storage is everywhere.
A cut-out, light pink doorway connects the living area to the entrance while hiding closet doors on both sides.
The couple maximized storage in every inch of space on the bus.
All storage and shelving is meticulously integrated into the overall design.  A shelf above the bath provides storage for hiking packs.
A clear railing follows the stairs to the second floor.
The stylish hooks in the bedroom were sourced from twenty21, a Melbourne-based shop that specializes in midcentury designs.
Australian paint by Haymes envelopes the interior, including vertical and built-in storage.
A boat ladder style step leads up to a small portico.
At one corner of the cabinet wall, a short flight of steps, shaped like a boat ladder, leads to another closet-like door that opens to a small portico.
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The black tile in the entryway mirrors that used in the bathroom, giving the small palette of materials a kind of interior coherence.
A new bathroom is tucked under the existing stair.
Photo caption: In the entryway, drawers tuck under the mezzanine, niches hold artwork, and speakers are built in line with the cabinets.
Photo caption: Seldom-needed stuff (luggage, winter clothes) is stashed in the high storage cabinets in the children’s bedroom.
Photo caption: Clean lines in plywood and ample hidden storage give this home a sleek contemporary look.
Photo caption: The custom cabinetry is made with bleached rift-cut white oak and finished with mirror pulls. Created by David Amble Cabinetry, the cabinets were designed to be put to serious use—one holds extra folding dining chairs while another hides a Murphy bed.
Photo caption: This renovation preserved the depth behind the medicine cabinets for linen storage.
Photo caption: The base of the stairwell includes a hidden compartment to conveniently store shoes.
Steps with storage that lead up to the balcony.
Built-in shelving full of architecture and design books extend from the dining space to the kitchen.
A vintage chest of drawers supports the playful forms of a Nesso lamp, designed by Giancarlo Mattioli for Artemide, and a collection of Holmegaard ceramics.
Topping off the hotel amenities is BaTabasTa, a shop that was founded in Shanghai by Clara Arnús and Leti Cano. Located in the reception area, you’ll find printed shirts—some of which feature patterns that can be found throughout the rest of the hotel.
John built a shelf system for the basement when it was Anne’s office; he adapted it to store the kids’ toys when the area became a playroom.
Sarah accesses a custom storage unit in the hallway, an addition that made use of a space behind the wall.
The new entry and mudroom are open and spacious. Floor to ceiling matte grey cabinets were added for storage. A full length bench with pull out drawers below takes advantage of new large front window.
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Peter created a simple uplight at the top of the wood box by wiring together energy-efficient fluorescent fixtures typically used under cabinets and countertops. “The cheaper magnetic models hum unacceptably loudly, so make sure you get the electronic ballast types,” he warns. He then painted the cavity white to reflect light and covered them with quarter-inch-thick acrylic from TAP Plastics. 

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Lynda's knick knacks and crafty supplies are kept in the kitchen's metal shelving system, which came with the couple from their previous apartment.
Peter lined the pass-through’s opening with plywood.
The installation of the dry bar made them realize that they had a full wall that they could utilize for built-in cabinetry. Thus, they designed a three-sided built-in storage wall that they use to hold wine, cookbooks, and vintage glassware that Carly collects.
Artfully display your magazines against the wall to avoid clutter.
A bicycle rack for the design-conscious cyclist—the Pedal Pod looks good with or without your bicycle. The multifunctional piece offers ample cubby space to stash odds and ends, and frees up floor space by storing your bike as well.
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While the couple’s art collection is a focal point of the house, the structure’s abundance of glass walls means there are fewer places on which to hang it. Custom one-and-a-quarter-inch hardwood-plank shelves and a credenza from DWR provide places to rotate favorite pieces.
A drop-down countertop conceals dishware and other kitchen belongings.

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.