Have you got limited space in your home and are looking for ideas to upgrade your storage ideas, declutter, and transform your space? Whether it is bathroom, kitchen, or bedroom storage, we have you covered. Having a tidy home can help reduce both stress and anxiety levels and create a safe haven for you and your family. We have loads of experience in creating storage solutions for our clients so have shared our best tips to store your items in a sleek and organised way to open up more space and how you can use open storage to showcase your treasured items.
If you’re looking to make a statement, floor to ceiling storage units can take centre stage in your room, acting as a focal point. Both practical and organised, these storage statements allow you to take control of your clutter and transform a room, often giving the illusion of a bigger space by using the full height of the room.
We loved creating this bespoke home storage unit for our client’s hallway, including individual shoe compartment shelving, coat hooks and extra basket space underneath for any additional items. This really gives the wow factor when entering the room, whilst also maximising floor space and minimising items such as shoes and jackets from being scattered across the floor or furniture.
Two other fantastic statement storage pieces we have worked on at All Done Design are these statement bookshelves for a client’s living room and child’s playroom. This is a great way of organising both book storage and decor whilst adding character to a room. We then added strip lighting and contrasting panels to really bring the shelves to life, and we (and our clients!) love how they turned out.
Utilise wasted space
Making use of wasted space behind cupboard doors and door frames is a great hack to utilising the space you have for storage. Take the below image for example from one of our North London clients.
In this kitchen design, a pantry unit was created by building in some added compartments behind the long kitchen cabinet door, making space for additional food storage such as spices and jars.
This is a great storage idea to upgrade your space and is not limited to just kitchen designs, you could also add compartments to the inside doors of bedroom wardrobes or add hooks to store items such as jewellery. The options are endless.
Ever thought about making a display storage unit that has storage space behind it to store clutter? We have… We know it isn’t always realistic to have your storage on display and it can be hard to maintain a neat storage system if items are regularly being used from it.
In the loft conversion pictured above, we used the eaves of our client’s room to create easily accessible shelves to store belongings. However, there was deeper storage space available to use within this large loft room, so we designed the shelves to be able to be pulled out, allowing access to a deep storage area where items that the client didn’t necessarily want on display could be stored.
By adding this, we utilised every last drop of space, adding depth to the loft and optimising space by adding a secret storage section.
Built-In Shower Storage
Sick of your bottles of shampoo and conditioner being left on the shower floor, with no handy space to keep it all? A great storage solution is to have built-in shelves (also known as a niche) within your shower, allowing you to store all your shower necessities neatly, whilst leaving more floor space for you to use without any trip or slip hazards.
Here are some built-in shower shelves we have designed for our clients at All Done Design:
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