Storage Solutions That Won’t Make Your Home Look Like a College Dorm Room
You finally tossed all those Ultimate Frisbee T-shirts (yes, all 12 of them). So why are you still hanging on to the plastic stacking bins you stashed under your first bunk bed? Clear out the college gear in favor of these solutions that won’t just provide storage for your knickknacks but will elevate the overall look of your space.
Toss in out-of-season shoes or your kids’ toys for a tasteful piece of decor in the corner of your room.
Ditch the clear holders in favor of something that will keep your anniversary bracelet safe and sound.
Ikee Design ($83)
15-Pair Shoe Storage Cabinet
If you feel a little too old sophisticated for an over-the-door holder, this sleek piece should do the trick.
Latitude Run ($157)
Oversize Storage Bags
Instead of the hard clear boxes, go for soft cotton for more flexible storing.
Studio 3B ($15)
Metal Wire Basket
Neatly roll up extra throw blankets and place beside the sofa.
If you’re this close to buying one of those metal shelving units, consider this sturdier, rustic option.
2 Bros Design ($78)
A clear winner for loose Legos.
Loop Design Studio ($38)
Because your Q-tips deserve a real home.
Besides the fact that this footrest boasts lots of extra storage space for pillow, remotes and DVDs, it’s also wide enough to double as a coffee table.
Darby Home Co ($193)
Compartment Storage Cabinet
The best part is that you can fill it with any type of baskets you like.
Chatham House ($120)
Place it in your entryway to corral keys, mail and those pretty dahlias you picked up on your way home.
Sadly, we never get too old for these. But, at the very least, yours should not be an eyesore.
For those lacking in behind-the-mirror space.
Art Wood Gifts ($109)
Three cheers for finally having a foyer.
Breakwater Bay ($244)