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There’s room for that: storage ideas to maximise any space
Even in a little studio apartment, life is lived with ease, organisation and enjoyment. Dinner with friends? Of course. An afternoon of illustrating? Absolutely. How? With more than a little help from clever, space activating storage solutions that take advantage of every opportunity.
Closed storage to open any space
In this studio apartment, the hallway has become a storage hotspot. A closed wardrobe that lives in the same tonal world as the walls means that more storage can be packed in without overwhelming the space.
Combination storage to hide and display
A studio apartment means that different zones meld into one another, so it’s only fitting that storage follows suit. Long shelves display some objects while hiding others in boxes and with the sleep area next to the work zone, a single unit with open and closed storage makes space for both clothes and books.
Saving space by going vertical
Sure, there isn’t a lot of floor space here, but when you start looking up and not just down and side to side, there are many more options! Vertical storage like wall and shelving units with little footprints open the space dramatically, making small areas like the kitchen feel far more expansive.
The best of both with open home storage
Every home has its priorities and for the person living in this apartment, both organisation and charm needed to be considered. Open storage was the natural answer. Shelves and rails hold a lot of their possessions while also making for an attractive display.
Inside organisers for hidden storage
When one has a lot of possessions in a small space, inside organisers really do come to the rescue. In this studio apartment, even the smallest of items have a permanent address, making everything easy to find.