Crittall Kitchen Extension LondonTransitional Hallway & Landing, London
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Invent a storage doorA genius idea, especially for clutter-heavy children’s rooms, this storage door design could be applied to the main bedroom door and to the front of cupboard doors. The must-have? A decent carpenter who can get the hinges and frame spec right to support the door and shelving material, plus the shelves’ contents. Castors on the underside of the bottom shelf will provide extra support.Browse reviews of local carpenters or joiners in your area
Incorporate a bookcaseSometimes, there isn’t enough room for wall shelves, so consider using the back of a door instead. This clever door holds enough shelves to store plenty of books, plus games and even shoes. A good joiner should be able to construct a bookcase to perfectly fit your door frame.Discover innovative designs to maximise a small space
Contemplate a multi-taskerDoors can be a great place for storage, particularly if the items aren’t very deep. The small books and children’s toys here make a great display on the back of the door, and add some colour and fun to the space. To ensure items don’t slip off, fix a small lip to the front of each shelf.