308 Storage Shelves Storage Type Design Photos And Ideas

The red wall cabinet was designed by August. The floors throughout the home were replaced with wide, salvaged heart pine floorboards with radiant heat.
Streamlined birch plywood cabinetry and a maple butcher-block counter forms the kitchenette, which isn’t intended for extensive meal prep. The building is a blend of "a bedroom and camping," says Shaw, which means much of the cooking and cleaning happens outside.
Extensive storage in the kitchen hallway provides plenty of spots to put beautiful objects on display or tuck them neatly out of sight.
Appliances are hidden behind white panelling in the kitchen. A built-in nook in the kitchen entrance creates a niche to drop your things and disconnect from the road.
Black walnut surrounds the U-shaped master closet.
Described by the architects as the place where "spa meets retail," the master bathroom and closet revolve around two floating islands natural lit by skylight wells above.
Rejuvenation wall hooks match the shade of the bench cushion. The laundry room's Heath tiles are colored in "Heron Blue."
This built-in area can be used as a desk or vanity.
The bespoke walnut storage and brass hardware in the principal bedroom was designed by Tang. The lamp is by Noguchi.
With a love of plants, Tina made greenery a focal point. She created wall to display her plant clippings. The thoughtful use of space allows her to keep plants without overwhelming the space. It’s also a work of art.
Pieces from Thea Ceramics sit with Falcon enamel dishware, the latter of which can be used for outdoor dining without fear of breakage.
Laine's 2019 piece "Intruder
The slim-lined solid brass hardware is the Wendel wire pull from Lostine.
Zachary’s father—a fine woodworker and production designer for television—built the walnut unit. The beadboard backing brings texture to the display and syncs with other applications in the house.
Guang’s collections room.
The service corridor also features modular storage that picks up the same grid pattern as the hanging space frames in other rooms.
Sliding doors crafted from Marblo conceal the television
The bold pink hue was picked in collaboration with the client. “She wasn't afraid of color,” says Dyer, who paired it with a deeper burgundy shade for the doors.
There’s now a storage locker for each member of the family. They sit atop a platform made of stained oak, like the kitchen island. The cabinet maker customized the molding detail to match the width of the pulls.
Dyer designed a designated niche for keys and mail by the exterior entrance.
Relocating the kitchen door and changing the windows to high, small units created much more space for storage.
The walls were gently rounded at the stove alcove and inset niches hold supplies.
The home’s bar features a vintage sink that the homeowners combined with a vintage dresser. Geometric Heath Ceramics for Hygge and West wallpaper serves as a backdrop.
Continuing the built-in elements and panelling in the bedrooms creates visual consistency and eschews the need for additional furniture that may bring clutter.
The large pantry allows all the food to be in one place, visually out of the way, yet still super convenient to the rest of the kitchen.
With the help of California Closets, the homeowners maximized every square inch of space with shelving, drawers, and a countertop area for placement of various small appliances like a microwave, coffee maker, and tea kettle.
The built-in shelving and storage save space.
A partial wall made from cedar sawmill offcuts separates the kitchen from the bedroom area.
The couple fabricated the shelving themselves.
Rock penetrates the building envelope in the wine cave, providing a naturally cool temperature. Pegs inserted in the foundation add storage capacity.
The exposed wood ceiling, white paint, and concrete floor keep the room consistent with the rest of the home.
Integrated shelving and a built-in, padded bench tucked behind the shelves greet visitors. A mirror to the left enlarges the space, as well.
A peek inside the master suite dressing room. As with all the bathrooms, the dressing room is topped with a new ceiling made from alveolar polycarbonate. “It imparts a fun twist and provides some natural light to all the areas behind the wooden walls, except for the bedrooms,” adds Toledano.
Exposed plywood shelving with a radial detail.
Built-in shoe cubbies provide necessary storage in the new walk-through laundry space.
Shelving in the living area holds storage as well as a Murphy bed for guests. "It’s like a Swiss Army knife," says Losada-Amor. "Everything is a tool that you can fold or slice."
Jorge’s parents’ house is across the patio. “We believe we’re onto something here in terms of a societal shift,” says Jorge. “Not everyone wants to live in an apartment or condo. They can live in a home that’s part of a family compound.”
The custom-built staircase from the living room to the loft box is integrated with a wood stove and storage for firewood.
Due to the grade of the site, the front door opens onto a landing between staircases. A wall-sized pegboard made of Douglas fir plywood is used for hanging coats, bags, and other necessities. “The house is like a well-tailored suit that addresses a range of daily routines,” Cuddington observes.
Custom cabinetry in an emerald green hue threads through the main space and into the closet of the private master suite.
The combination of the iron gate and the interior wall creates a range of options for the homeowners. They can open or close up everything completely, or partially close one wall and leave the other open, depending on their privacy needs.
Kitchen Detail
The firm specified a museum reveal around the windows, doors, and cabinetry, as well as over the flush baseboard. This keeps the scheme minimal and creates a “very simple tracery where you have a punctuation in the architecture, and then you reveal back to the soft white drywall walls,” says Klymson.
The ceiling pitch reaches three meters high.
Originally designed in 1958 by modernist architect Harwell Hamilton Harris, this small apartment complex contains three units that have undergone light renovations that retain the modular grid concept, modest living, and strong connections with nature of the intended design. Subtle updates include new cork flooring and updates to the kitchen and bathroom.
Custom Frama shelving provides space for a minimalist wardrobe.
A close-up view of the built-in daybed and custom shelving, which allows light to filter through to the hallway behind.
The Kinuta N–SS01 bookshelf is inspired by umbrella and shoe racks near the entrances of Japanese temples and Shrines.
Artist Lauren Ewing designed a stylish but subtle home in her native Indiana, using Canadian maple for the hallway and living-room floors, giving them a bright, clean look. A built-in shelving system borders the hearth, creating functional and decorative storage spaces for firewood collected on-site.
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Jeff climbs the hand-built ladder to the sleeping loft. Both the ladder and bench in front of the sofa were made from fallen Pacific madrone trees on the property.
The simple yet functional kitchen uses countertops from IKEA and shelving made from fallen trees on the property.
Danish vases, vintage Michelin figures, and cookbooks fill the Originals Furniture Singapore bookshelf.
This wooden staircase doubles as kitchen shelving in the English designer's home. Tyler hired David Restorick, a furniture maker and friend, to build a staircase that doubles as display space for Tyler's vast collection of colorful cookware.
A custom-made shelving unit provides plentiful storage for the family's collection of books.
Old meets new at this corner of the living and dining area, where an original mantle with a decorative profile sits comfortably next to open wood shelving with minimalist detailing and a soft yellow chair.
Lime-washed brickwork matches the cool gray tones that define the Vipp Chimney House.

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.