122 Storage Cabinet Storage Type Design Photos And Ideas

Perforated cabinet faces above the reading nook conceal an energy-efficient, mini-split heating and cooling system. Bleached and whitewashed maple lines the nook, while drawers below provide plenty of storage.
Open shelving creates flow between the kitchen and dining room.
“At the end of the cabinet, one finds a small compartment for their beloved dog, Lucky, to eat her meals," Choe shares. "The client told me their cat also likes to nap in this nook. This wasn't the intent, but I'm delighted that the cat has found a way to make a room out of it.”
Reveals and windows built into the unit help bring the cabinet down to a more human scale, while hidden panels provide functionality with minimal visual clutter.
One of the walls hides a pull-out sofa and a wardrobe.
A drawer unit from IKEA provides lots of storage.
Oak timber recessed ‘boxes’ are used as bookshelves, wine storage, and display cabinets.
New built-ins provide additional storage.
“The house almost doesn’t exist, but serves as the subtle cloak between inhabitant and environment.”—Cynthia, resident
The spacious pantry makes gathering ingredients a convenient, pleasant experience. Dash Marshall designed the custom sliding aluminum door.
The new kitchen features a "super pantry" concealed behind sleek, black, screen-like sliding doors.
Some of the storage pieces also double as tables and seating for guests and dining.
The couple maximized storage in every inch of space on the bus.
In an upstairs bedroom, striking triangular cabinetry is built into the Victorian house's attic.
Display nooks for the couple's objects d'art.
The owners were looking to add a functional mudroom which would include lots of storage.
Janelle turned the divider wall next to the dining table into a focal point with a peel-and-stick wallpaper from Target's Opalhouse collection. Various knickknacks, many of which were thrifted, are put on display.
The view into the bedroom shows closet. Cabinetry has been integrated on both sides, and the walls have been painted with Benjamin Moore Flint.
Discreet built-in storage.
At a home renovation in Connecticut, 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, Julie Salles 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.
At a home in California, wood and glass take the lead, including wood drawers with cutout pulls for a custom but simple look.
Like the kitchen, the closet vanity features stained white oak cabinetry.
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.
This custom-built timber storage unit serves as a counterpoint to the glass-walled study and injects a sense of honey-hued warmth to a mostly monochromatic palette.
A close-up of the daybed and additional storage cabinets.
The plywood wrapper ties the kitchen together as it wraps over and around IKEA cabinets.
Plexiglass panels have been used for for the kitchen cabinets and staircase shelving.
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.
view from master bath into master closet
The greenhouse volume has a shed roof that slopes at the same angle as the main volume.
A BBDW leather credenza and round mirror, along with a chandelier by Urban Electric Kensington are located in the entry hall.
The reused doors serve as more than floor, walls, and ceiling; several are still functional. In the dining room, the benches lift up for storage, and doors on either side of the banquette open to reveal closets.
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The mudroom is an essential stop for the family after skiing and other outdoor excursions. Lockers provide neat storage for all their gear.
Shelving and storage was added as space allowed.
Taku designed built-in storage for Eugene’s room.
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.
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.
This bespoke cabinet in the closet was custom-made by the firm and features small colorful doors, alluding to a magic cube.
The tables on the ends of the storage aisles can be workspaces for employees, thanks to power outlets and USB plugs.
Photo caption: The second floor features this clever storage design—a “hidden space,” as co-design studio refers to it.
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.
The lacquered panels’ of the bespoke storage unit conceal a direct access to the bedroom from the main entrance through a double door, like a secret entrance that keeps the room private and independent.
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.
A clear railing follows the stairs to the second floor.
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.
Central cabinet
Photo caption: In the entryway, drawers tuck under the mezzanine, niches hold artwork, and speakers are built in line with the cabinets.
Photo caption: Clean lines in plywood and ample hidden storage give this home a sleek contemporary look.
Photo caption: This renovation preserved the depth behind the medicine cabinets for linen 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.