The kids have gone back to school, and with that comes backpacks, science fair projects, new clothes, and athletic gear. So how do you make your house beautiful and wrangle all of that mess? Try one or a few of our unique storage ideas below.
If you have a beach house or a house even close to the water, chances are your friends and their kids make it a point to visit from inland every chance they can get. But you don't want your house to look like a hostel, do you? No need to cram headboards and bunk beds into tiny places to make your beach home fit for the friends and family. Custom beds are your answer! Design your beds around your space so that they fit just right. And if there's room, add a pullout bed underneath too!
Enough about the kids already. Us adults have storage needs too! It's 5 o'clock somewhere and with school back in session, you've got a reason to celebrate. So give yourself a place to wine and dine as a parent appreciation gift to yourself. Custom home bars are a great place to add instant Southern comfort and luxury to your home while adding lots of cabinetry and shelving for all of your bar and dining neccessities. Save yourself that Uber fare and saddle up with a cold one at home.
If you have a couple of kids or more than a couple, you know that bunk beds are their dream come true. They're perfect for sleepovers and they're space savers for you! So give the kids a double decker. But make it custom so that it suits your taste and adds as much storage as possible to all of the nooks and crannies of the room.
The stairway to a homeowner's heaven might just include a space for storage. We all know that storage space is sacred but many of our original home builders didn't think to maximize the use of this space. What we oftentimes find behind drywall is the perfect place for a bookshelf or another place to hide some of that everyday clutter behind closed doors.
Red or white? If you find your waiter asking you this often or if you tend to buy your wine bottles by the dozen, it might be time to think about how to best store and better preserve your juice of the vine. Custom wine cellars don't require basement space these days. When built right, your wine cellar could be something you want to display with a glass door for your guest's viewing pleasure.
Behind the sliding barn door, is the perfect but posh place to store all of your odds and ends–soccer balls, surfboards, lawnmowers and all of your other gizmos and gadgets. If your house is on stilts, it's an easy but fashionable add-on. If not, there are always options to build additional outdoor storage around your home.
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