Ella Naamah. storage. August 21st , 2017.
Another interesting idea is to make the chest double up as something else. For example, you can use it as a coffee-table. There―you will save on a coffee table, and you are not wasting any space. Another idea is to place the study table near the window instead of the comfy chair you usually keep there. You get storage space, as well as you can sit on it and admire the scene out of your window. Actually, the whole point is to save up space. This is where you put in your blankets and even mattresses (if the chests are large enough, they will hold the mattresses too) and pillows.
Below the countertop, the sink and on the walls, cabinets serve as the primary storage units in most kitchens. Depending upon the size of your kitchen, you can have free-standing cabinets, or a set of drawers, the top of which acts as a table to keep things handy. If your countertop is L-shaped, a rotating corner carousel is ideal and stores a large number of items.
If you have a shelving/cubby unit with unused storage space, you can use it to your advantage. Instead of letting the discs remain scattered all over the place, place them in wicker baskets or plastic crates. Label the boxes properly, and place them in the cubby unit. Now, if you have limited storage space, invest in a vertical cubby unit with lots of shelves.
Ideal for keeping newspapers and magazines in the living room. They can even be used for keeping the TV remote, a flower vase, or even coasters, and act as a makeshift dining table when you have guests and are eating and drinking.
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