Highgate Family HomeContemporary Hallway & Landing, London

Super smart shoe storage which we designed and hand built into the under staircase space. Deliberately open fronted for quick and easy access.

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amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Clever Ideas for Designing a Hallway Cupboard28 Jun 2019

Open upAnother way to make the understairs area more accessible is to ditch the cupboard doors altogether in favour of open shelving. These cubbyholes have been designed by Ensoul to fit the household’s shoe collection perfectly. There are taller spaces for boots and smaller ones for shoes, and the open design makes it easy for the owners to take out their footwear and – importantly – put it back again.

lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to 11 Creative Ways to Pimp Up Your Stairs5 Feb 2018

Fill the void beneathIn a period home, it always makes sense to revamp the understairs cavity because those Victorians and Edwardians clearly didn’t have the vast shoe collections we do now. Even the smallest of spaces can be put to good use with some decent carpentry and a lick of paint, as here.

smwarwick
Sarah Warwick added this to Hallway Floor Solutions to Stop Dirt and Mud in Their Tracks4 Oct 2017

Alternatively, be inspired by another shoes-off-now solution. This under-stairs design is easy to access and has nooks suitable for everything from boots to sports shoes.Discover storage hacks for shoe hoarders

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Smart Ways to Store Your Shoes24 Jul 2017

Open up the stair storageAn alternative to pull-out cupboards below the stairs (see above) is this shelving idea. Each cubbyhole is the perfect size for the family’s different footwear, which helps to keep the area organised. And the designers have deliberately kept the storage open-fronted for quick and easy access.

larasargent
Lara Sargent added this to Houzz Tour: A Spacious Property Reinvigorated for Family Life25 Nov 2016

The space beneath the stairs has been transformed into neat and efficient bespoke shoe storage, which is open-fronted for easy access.It’s painted, along with the stairs, in a rich brown and offset with a striped runner.Woodwork painted in Knightsbridge, Little Greene. Rock ’n’ Roll Tainted Love striped runner, Alternative Flooring.

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sekimaz79
sekimaz79 added this to sekimaz79's Ideas29 Aug 2019

Open up Another way to make the understairs area more accessible is to ditch the cupboard doors altogether in favour of open shelving. These cubbyholes have been designed by Ensoul to fit the household’s shoe collection perfectly. There are taller spaces for boots and smaller ones for shoes, and the open design makes it easy for the owners to take out their footwear and – importantly – put it back again.

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HU-991155400 added this to My ideas19 Aug 2019

Like the under stairs storage for shoes etc

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Gini G added this to Hall12 Aug 2019

Shoe storage (better than pull out - less fussy & cheaper)

brissarthe
brissarthe added this to Decor12 Aug 2019

Open up Another way to make the understairs area more accessible is to ditch the cupboard doors altogether in favour of open shelving / cubbyholes.

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