Staircase Storage

Wine Cellar Storage Create a space to display your wine collection that also functions as a interesting work of art. Design by Nicole Sassaman Pet Alcove This under-stair storage featured in HGTV’s 2014 Dream Home provides a stylish place for a furry friend. The alcove also features a Dutch door to keep pets up while guests are over, while still allowing them to see the party. Design by Linda Woodrum Multipurpose Storage Space under the stairs can be used to store any odds and ends that tend to make thier way into our lives. Because of its close proximity to the kitchen, this storage space was used as a mini bar, but the space could also be used to store a book collection or used as a crafting space. Design by John Gidding. Small Space Storage Under stairs can be an ideal place for an office in a small space. Looks like poised pup, Chauncey, approves! Design by Brian Patrick Flynn Basement Storage These basement stairs also function as an extra computer space. Tip: Due to the nature of basement stairs, it is important to assess the stability of the stairs before adding any storage underneath. Entryway Storage Storage underneath an entry staircase is the perfect place to hide all the shoes, keys, backpacks and coats that always end up crowding the floor space next to the front door. This allows for grab-and-go access for often-used items. Living Room Storage Expand your living room space by adding an entertainment center under your stairs. Design by Alicia Friedmann Kitchen Storage This bar area was crafted under the staircase for maximum functionality, even featuring an under-the-counter refrigerator. The space can also be used as additional cabinet storage for your unending supply of cups and plates. Pantry Storage This small space from HGTV’s Meg’s Great Rooms features a pantry under the staircase for easy access as well as hidden storage.staircase storage 1Make under-stairs storage beautiful – The beautifully considered detailing of this timber staircase, in a London new build, evokes the craftsmanship of traditional stairs, but in a decidedly modern way, with clean lines and square corners. Outward-opening panels provide ready access to storage, this time below the steps. Get lots more ideas for creating storage from your stairs.staircase storage 2Storage underneath an entry staircase is the perfect place to hide all the shoes, keys, backpacks and coats that always end up crowding the floor space next to the front door. This allows for grab-and-go access for often-used items.staircase storage 3The built-ins under this staircase create superb storage for all your cocktail hour essentials. A mini fridge to keep the wine and beer chilled, shelves for glassware, a cabinet for liquor, and a countertop to put it all together. Cheers!staircase storage 4Every cook dreams of a pantry with floor-to-ceiling shelves and ample room for canned goods, baking supplies, and all manner of kitchen necessities. But did those dreams reveal that such a space can be built in under a staircase?! In this clean-lined interior, the large wooden doors were stained a pleasing spring green, adding an upbeat, modern sense to the space. Related: 7 DIY Pantry Hacks and Kitchen Storage Ideas houzz.comstaircase storage 5The built-ins under this staircase create superb storage for all your cocktail hour essentials. A mini fridge to keep the wine and beer chilled, shelves for glassware, a cabinet for liquor, and a countertop to put it all together. Cheers! lizmarieblog.comstaircase storage 6Stair shelves and unconventional storage spaces around your stairs are clever ways to declutter you home. In this post we will present 30 solutions that could serve as inspiration when it comes to making your crib a bit more… functional. Whether you live in a traditional or modern house, there are plenty of elegant ways below that can help you keep it clean without much effort. The space around the stairs can be turned into smart, built-in lockers for storing various objects. The stair steps can be used for drawers, without any guests noticing. Shelving units are perfect for decorating items you want on display. And my personal favorite idea- turning your staircase into a an original bookcase. Enjoy the photos below, get inspired and be sure to let us know what other creative shelving ideas did you come up with for optimizing the space around your stairs.staircase storage 7In homes where a narrow staircase makes a powder room or worktable infeasible, a fabulous bookcase can be built in with ease. You might choose a cubby style, as shown in this chic interior, or opt for shelves that vary in height and width to accommodate both books and decorative objects.staircase storage 8Every cook dreams of a pantry with floor-to-ceiling shelves and ample room for canned goods, baking supplies, and all manner of kitchen necessities. But did those dreams reveal that such a space can be built in under a staircase?! In this clean-lined interior, the large wooden doors were stained a pleasing spring green, adding an upbeat, modern sense to the space.staircase storage 9Custom shelving built under a staircase can give you the “wine cellar” you always wanted, without making you head down to the basement every time you want to raise a glass. The eye-catching arrangement will likely be a conversation starter among family and friends, as well.staircase storage 10In homes where a narrow staircase makes a powder room or worktable infeasible, a fabulous bookcase can be built in with ease. You might choose a cubby style, as shown in this chic interior, or opt for shelves that vary in height and width to accommodate both books and decorative objects. Related: Weekend Projects—Build a Better Bookshelf apartmenttherapy.comstaircase storage 11Custom shelving built under a staircase can give you the “wine cellar” you always wanted, without making you head down to the basement every time you want to raise a glass. The eye-catching arrangement will likely be a conversation starter among family and friends, as well. Related: 5 Easy DIY Wine Racks You Can Make in an Afternoon houzz.comstaircase storage 12The depth of space under a staircase can be sufficient for a built-in entertainment center that houses a flat-screen TV and a bookcase to boot, along with drawers for remotes, movies, and game accessories. You bring the popcorn! shelterness.comstaircase storage 13An open staircase is the perfect mini mudroom — a place for the kids to park all their stuff! Wood trim studded with upcycled door knobs catches the coats, while cubbies under a bench stash the hats, gloves and scarves. organizingmadefun.blog spot.comstaircase storage 14This loft staircase/bookcase looks too nice to walk upon, doesn’t it? We’d worry about knocking off those frames, clumsy us. But we know our cats would love something like this to traverse across (once again, we’d worry about those frames).staircase storage 15At the outset of any project, evaluate what you have, what you can let go of and what you need to keep, and then plan your storage accordingly. A balance of fitted and freestanding storage will give you maximum flexibility. Make use of any area you have under the stairs and consider redesigning it to gain access to the farthest reaches. Here, the space has been fitted with seamlessly integrated cupboards.staircase storage 16Space under the stairs can be used to store any odds and ends that tend to make thier way into our lives. Because of its close proximity to the kitchen, this storage space was used as a mini bar, but the space could also be used to store a book collection or used as a crafting space. Design by John Gidding.staircase storage 17Many people, especially city dwellers, struggle with finding a place to store their bicycles. As this straightforward under stair storage solution demonstrates, the space they’ve been looking for may have been underfoot all along.staircase storage 18Many people, especially city dwellers, struggle with finding a place to store their bicycles. As this straightforward under stair storage solution demonstrates, the space they’ve been looking for may have been underfoot all along. freshome.comstaircase storage 19The inside compartment can very easily be divided so every member of the family can have its own place. Storage is not the only option here; you can also use that area to extend your interior setting. I see a nice couch or a big comfortable arm chair working just perfect in that spot, or simply use it to support your favorite decorations. If you care less about style and just need extra space for your appliances, sports items or why not your bike this is the perfect spot because is never in your way but in the same time very accessible.staircase storage 20For example on a hallway you can very easily store a bike or your son’s basketball but in a living room the shelves under the stairs can only store small objects that are suited for a place like that; books, photos, decorations, vases and so on. The space under your stairs represents an extra storage space when you need one, so even if you think you don’t have anything to put on, build some shelves and make use of the that space. You will always have something to put there.

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