99 Storage Cabinet Storage Type Design Photos And Ideas

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.
This bespoke cabinet in the closet was custom-made by the firm and features small colorful doors, alluding to a magic cube.
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.
The tables on the ends of the storage aisles can be workspaces for employees, thanks to power outlets and USB plugs.
Butler's pantry with herringbone backsplash
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.
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.
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.
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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A drop-down countertop conceals dishware and other kitchen belongings.
The apartment is filled with storage units, including this custom piece in the master bedroom by Tom Clossey.
Generous storage is key to an uncluttered look. Drawers for shoes tuck away under the raised mezzanine floor.
The residence architect Cary Bernstein designed for Scott Croyle and his family is an exercise in hide-and-seek. Clever storage keeps the space clutter-free and lets the structure shine. In the entryway, drawers tuck under the mezzanine, niches hold artwork, and speakers are built in line with the cabinets.
These include the Cesta floor lamp by Miguel Milá and the wall cabinet by Studio Junction in the living room. The photograph hanging above the cabinet is by Joshua Jensen-Nagle. A ceramic dove—a vintage piece by the sculptor Cleo Hartwig—shares space with an antique Zulu beer pot. The painting is by Max Papart.
From the previous owners, Lange spied several key pieces of vintage furniture, including two rare George Nelson Thin Edge dressers for Herman Miller.
Artwork hangs above the built-in storage in the English basement.
In the kitchen, a single Sektion wardrobe from IKEA is used to stow both clothing and various food and dining items. Throughout the apartment, Krajewski replaced the time-worn flooring, installing new white oak planks by Hull Forest with a buffed oil finish by Waterlox.
Houses in The Village feature Marvin windows and doors, energy-efficient GE and Frigidaire appliances, Mitsubishi heat pumps, and Zehnder HRV systems. Each buyer was able to customize the interior finish package of their house from options that met the community’s sustainability guidelines. One area in which residents’ tastes differed was flooring; the Davis family chose cork. In place of closets, the houses have built-in storage made of Douglas fir plywood.
More closets and built-in desks with plenty of drawers are in the office and the studio.

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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.