Chelsea Pivot Wall LoftContemporary Bedroom, New York
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8. Slimline cabinetsAttach slimline cabinets to the outside of your wardrobe doors. Slim cabinets can be useful for storing items that don’t need to be hung up or require much space. Ready-made, wall-mounted cabinets can be purchased from home improvement stores, just be sure that your wardrobe doors can handle the extra weight.
Free the floorIt’s amazing how much difference raising furniture up off the floor makes. This room would be overwhelmed by freestanding full-length wardrobes, but these wall-mounted cupboards provide ample storage without eating into precious floor space.Find more ways to create a clutter-free bedroom
Hang it allFloor space at a premium? Wall-hung storage units could be the answer. Cabinets like these are great for clothes and shoe storage, or try fitting chunkier cupboards up against the ceiling for out-of-season items.
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Why: Double up on storage by attaching low-profile cabinets to the outside of the closet doors in your guest room. Slim cabinets like these can be useful for storing shoes, accessories or toiletries. Cost: Ready-made wall-mounted cabinets can be purchased from home improvement stores and Ikea, and start at about $200. Where these work: Sturdy traditional doors and pivoting doors can usually handle the extra weight of a slim storage cabinet. You may also use them on sliding closet doors, but install them only on the outer door…otherwise you won’t be able to open the closet.