82 Storage Closet Storage Type Design Photos And Ideas

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.
Charming midcentury features like the original wood paneling exist throughout.
A large walking closet
Under the steps are built-in storage spaces.
The original wood beams were restored and painted white to brighten the ceilings.
Birch plywood has been selected for the floors and storage.
view from master bath into master closet
Discrete customized storage has been added throughout.
The minimalist built-in storage units draw inspiration from the Japanese brand MUJI.
Tidy closet storage frames the entry to the apartment.
The streamlined wardrobe panels are also finished in oak.
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.
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.
Fontanez solved LOT-EK’s conundrum of how to situate the bed against the center wall while still maintaining closet access by suggesting an automated dry-cleaning rack in the narrow closet. He and Russell access the closet from opposite ends. “We just have to make sure we don’t spin it at the same time,” Fontanez says.

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A discreet built-in wardrobe in the bedroom.
Photo caption: Additional storage was built along one angled wall of the bedroom loft and beneath the skylight.
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.
Hand-printed wallpaper by Erica Wakerly livens up the dressing 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.
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 dressing room walk-in closet in the master suite.
A dressing room with built-in storage.
Wardrobe closets display the exposed ply edges which create a unique outline within the millwork.
The interior surfaces of The Phoenix are either raw plywood or galvanized metal resulting in a utilitarian feel with no maintenance needs.
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.
The second floor is laid out with almost nautical efficiency. Behind the closet is the bathroom.
Photo caption: Seldom-needed stuff (luggage, winter clothes) is stashed in the high storage cabinets in the children’s bedroom.
Light Box

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. 


Aluminum Master Bedroom storage
In the closet stick-like wall hooks continue the rural motif.
A built-in closet and chalkboard surface in the entry keeps things tidy and the couple's to-do list in order.
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.
Like the bed and built-in nightstand, the door is by Lloyd’s Custom Woodwork. The WGS stool near the vanity is by Gallotti&Radice.
Storage strategy is key in small spaces, and Peter took extra care in this regard.

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Level 2 mezzanine
In such a small space “you have to organize, and every piece takes a decision,” says resident Heidi Wright. The couple keep things they use less frequently, like guest bedding, in the higher cabinets.
A flat roof and all-white interior unifies the home's three volumes.
The apartment's entryway features a hidden storage wall and media console.
Entry rift & quartered oak millwork storage, closet & bench.
Guest bedroom rift & quartered oak closet, display shelving and door to storage.

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