Hiding Storage with Architectural Elements

Posted on April 23rd, 2012 by

Architectural design can be quite sneaky and “oh so” clever if you open your mind to the right creativity. When it comes to storage in our homes, we always need more. However, what we do not need is too many overcrowded storage areas that are easily seen. Hiding storage with architectural elements is the best way to solve this dilemma and add more aesthetic pleasure to your home.

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We all love our mud rooms, but sometimes our collection of shoes can go a bit overboard. That’s why this hidden mud room shoe shelf is a brilliant idea!

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The spice rack does not always have to be seen. If you want to hide your delicious dishes’ secret ingredients, this hidden spice drawer is unsuspecting and uniquely designed.

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You can never have enough space in the kitchen for all your gourmet ingredients. This hidden vertical drawer goes unnoticed when closed.

Are you currently looking for ways to hide the storage in your Kansas City home?

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Hiding Storage with Architectural Elements

  1. Merejo

    We at Design Build Team design (draw) all the cabinet work to make sure all the spaces are relevant. We are really good at it! – been doing it for 36 years!

    We then send it to Towncraft Wood Products, cabinet company, who does take our drawings on CAD. Their European designed CAD program sends the drawings to their European designed cabinet machinery which cuts the pieces with precision! It is an awesome system, guarantees to get perfect cabinets!

    We can do the same thing with closets, storage rooms, offices!

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  2. Feinmann

    Hidden storage spaces are great, especially for people that tend to accumulate a lot of stuff! Of course, you need to actually use them. No sense in adding a shoe shelf if they will still get left on the floor!

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