No storage? No problem
These solutions make putting things away easy
IF YOU have a room with absolutely no wardrobes or storage – don’t worry! It’s a blank canvas for some easy do-it-yourself options. Take a master bedroom that is completely devoid of storage.
Not so easy to live with, but definitely easy to fix. Start with a flat-pack wardrobe that can be personalised to include the right combination of hanging space, drawers, or shelves.
You can choose your doors as well – from either white, mirrored, or a combination of both.
The great thing about flat-pack is it’s designed to be put together yourself, but you’ll need a few helpers to put it in place.
If you have the space, think about adding some open shelving. This is a way to modernise your storage, giving it an exposed look in line with a New York loft style.
You can mix and match shelving sizes, or add hanging rods to suit your wall space and storage needs.
These storage systems are especially good for smaller rooms because they give the impression of a larger space, by not taking up room with a bulky wardrobe.
Storage cubes hold just about anything.
And they’re versatile so they work in an office, rumpus, lounge or even a bedroom. And for something different, you can turn it into a bedhead.
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◗ Exposed shelving gives the illusion of space to smaller rooms, and solves storage issues.