Jacqueline Newton. hidden door. September 29th , 2018.
Another way to find extra space in your house is to maximize the space you already have. Putting up shelves in the garage is a great way to create storage you never thought you had. The space under the stairs is another overlooked place. Sure, it's oddly-shaped, but so are a lot of things that you store. With a little creativity, this can be a great place to store bulky items. Another alternative to drawing up southern living home plans and selling your current house is to build a shed. For a fraction of what a new house costs you can have a place for your lawn and garden equipment, patio furniture, and whatever else you can think of. A shed is also a great place to put your tools, a workbench, and extra building material. You save a ton of space and if you build your shed in the same style as your house, it looks great, too!
Hiding In Plain Sight. Bookshelves are mini libraries, stairways are family transportation corridors, and beautifully paneled walls are interior design. These are also some of the best places for hiding your secret storage. With a little custom construction, those bookshelves over the desk pull out to reveal behind-the-scene trays and cubby holes. Their double-sided design turns dead space into a convenient stash for files and supplies. Apply this same roll-out idea to a stair step, and it's simple to disguise a drawer underfoot. While these ideas are fun, they also give you a secure place to store small valuables and important papers. Remember that floor-to-ceiling bookcase in the movies that swung open to a secret chamber? You don't need that much room behind your lovely paneling, but the same design gives you even more hidden storage.
Hiding In the Bedroom. The closet and chest of drawers in your bedroom serve as standard storage, but they're always too full. Drawer closets are the latest magic for expanding hidden space. These tall units combine roll-out technology with vertical construction, and their double sides make them as spacious as traditional closets. Built-in wall seating isn't hidden, but with a hinged top it doubles as extra-deep space. If you're storing things under the bed, you're on the right track. Installing pull-out trays gives you easy access to an area you're already using. These handy floor drawers are always out of sight, and they discourage dust bunnies. Finding extra storage in the bedroom is easy when you think about where not to look.
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