Drafting services in Sydney share 5 built-in storage ideas
Storage is vital to keep our homes uncluttered and thoughtfully designed so incorporated storage is likely to truly improve the shape and function of your interior spaces.
Here our residential drafting services in the Sutherland Shire share 5 creative ways to add built-in storage to your home:
Define zones. We all know that you can use an island bench to define the boundary between kitchen and dining zones, however a closet performs the same function, defining and dividing a bedroom and bathroom within an open-plan master suite.
Staircase storage: Spaces beneath staircases are great opportunities for good storage, but so often they become cluttered and impossible to organise. Rather than having a door into one big area, you can form a series of cabinets and drawers accessed from the side, as shown here, can transform the effectiveness of the space.
Visually appealing bathroom storage: There are so many bits and pieces cluttering up bathrooms, so good storage vital for keeping a clean look. Effective bathroom storage needs to be designed around the scale and nature of the things we want to store. For example you can add a feature piece such as a wood-veneered unit to enhance a white and rather harsh room.
Outdoor space enhancement: Create storage within banquette seating to add function and make a space feel more comfy. Banquette storage can be accessed by lifting up the seats like trunk lids (which is great for storing outside cushions, kids’ toys and more) or from doors or drawers in the front face.
These are just a few of the creative built-in storage ideas for home. To find out more about incorporating built-in storage into your new how, contact our team of residential drafting services in Sydney.