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Living in NYC often means getting creative about how we use our spaces. To keep the small rooms tidy we love adding storage in places that are often forgotten. Every corner serves a function with us. Check out the top 5 spaces we use for storage.
1. Storage Stairs
Stairs are some of the most overlooked spaces in our homes. Often only used for their designed function, we think they need to do a little more. In our stair designs we like adding as many drawers and cabinets as we can fit.
2. Bed Storage
We all shove away items under the bed, never to be seen again. Instead why not organize it? Our beds are made with storage in mind. The Dumbo Storage bed has everything drawers, cabinets, and even a trundle. A traditional platform bed can be elevated with under bed storage.
Our loft beds feature elaborate and customizable cabinets that allow you to walk underneath the bed and have everything you need in reach. In some cases we’ll attach a storage unit at the end of a bed to create a nook.
A truly customized way to add storage to your home. These can be made in any dimension to fit whichever corner or space you’d like. Build them up to the ceiling to truly get as much storage space as possible.
4. Modular Storage
Armoires, bookshelves, or shorter cabinets with built in lower benches. Our modular storage looks built in but can be move from room to room whenever you need. Stack three or more together for a real built in look. These modular units can be configured as you need and can include any combo of open shelving, drawers, doors, bench or added desk.
Our bookshelves are versatile and can fit in any nook. They’re adjustable in depth to fit your home. Some as small as 12”.
5. Under the Window
Make it a daybed and cozily read by the window or cover up an unsightly radiator. These built-in low storage cabinets look beautiful as the sun shines through.
Many families want to create room partitions to give kids their own space without making permanent alterations. If you’re thinking about how to divide a room, there are many things to consider. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about room dividers.