35 Storage Shelves Storage Type Cabinet Storage Type Design Photos And Ideas

Open shelving creates flow between the kitchen and dining room.
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.
Oak timber recessed ‘boxes’ are used as bookshelves, wine storage, and display cabinets.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
The greenhouse volume has a shed roof that slopes at the same angle as the main volume.
The tables on the ends of the storage aisles can be workspaces for employees, thanks to power outlets and USB plugs.
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.
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.
Photo caption: Clean lines in plywood and ample hidden storage give this home a sleek contemporary look.
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.
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.
Storage options for the ‘working side’ include shelves, pot racks, integrated outlets, knife storage, and recessed areas for things like keys.
When entering into the house, a long corridor faces a large window and leads out to the pool and deck. The first floor also includes the children's bedrooms and utilities.
The kitchen cabinets are custom-made from salvaged cypress.
Entry rift & quartered oak millwork storage, closet & bench.
Guest bedroom rift & quartered oak closet, display shelving and door to storage.
Close-up step-storage and moving divider panel with storage and usable surfaces
Architects Silvia Ullmayer and Allan Sylvester helped reinvent metalworker Simone ten Hompel’s 576-square-foot flat, with a retractable skylight and streamlined storage under the stairs.

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.