Hi there everyone. Storage solutions have been tried, tested and built for a number of years and are very helpful. We collect a lot of stuff as time goes by and have to find places to put objects like magazines, without getting to much in our way. I have found a few ideas, that are listed below, that could be of use for you.
Wonderful shoes, male and female, in this compact ottoman. Great as a chair too.
2. Fold down table.
Simple easy to use table idea. Good as a desk. Folds away when you have finished doing your work.
3. A hollow chair.
A strong enough chair that is used to store magazines and books. It can be seen as an interesting interior design feature.
4. Using the inside of the cupboard door.
If your cupboard is deep enough, you can use the back side of the cupboard door to hang shoes, and make little box containers to put small objects such as keys and nail varnish. Handy if you don’t want to misplace anything.
Images from http://www.boredpanda.com/efficient-space-saving-design/ and http://www.architectureartdesigns.com/17-most-genius-space-saving-hacks-you-could-never-imagine/
Hello there friends! How are you? The kitchen can be the main room of our homes. A place of good food. I was taking a wonder the other night and walked past a kitchen designers shop. It was beautifully laid out with a good mix of brown wooden cabinets, white tiled floor and silver hanging kitchen pots. Hanging pots! An old idea and such a great idea in my opinion. A few pots hung above your work tops could make a big difference when trying to save cupboard space in a small kitchen. Hanging them could be an added design feature too, as well as cheap to install. All that is needed is a wooden block, some nails, hooks and a hammer to put in place. Below are some images that illustrate this. Have a good rest of the day and happy tidy living space.
Images from http://www.fqcrafts.com.au/pot-rack-ceiling-mounted-rectangular-large-5-rungs-hang-kitchen-pots-and-pans/