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Looking for something more traditional? A mix of open storage cubby holes lets you both hang and stack everything you need for day-to-day life.

Looking for something more traditional? A mix of open storage cubby holes lets you both hang and stack everything you need for day-to-day life.

cabinets, stairs with flip up steps and very narrow stairs.  Each step goes up one at a time for each foot.  It is sort of spaced so you are putting one foot per step with a steeper step.  Very space-saving.

cabinets, stairs with flip up steps and very narrow stairs. Each step goes up one at a time for each foot. It is sort of spaced so you are putting one foot per step with a steeper step. Very space-saving.

Basement Junk Storage.Use scrap plywood or oriented strand board to make shelves that fit snugly between the corner studs and support them with 1x1 cleats. These corner shelves are perfect for storing smaller items such as glues, oils, waxes and polishes, which get lost on larger shelves.

18 Life-Changing Organizing Ideas for Hard-to-Store Stuff

Basement Junk Storage.Use scrap plywood or oriented strand board to make shelves that fit snugly between the corner studs and support them with 1x1 cleats. These corner shelves are perfect for storing smaller items such as glues, oils, waxes and polishes, which get lost on larger shelves.

under the stairs stroage - because storage is always a good idea even if you don't need it at the time.

Wall-to-Wall Storage Units That Do It All

under the stairs stroage - because storage is always a good idea even if you don't need it at the time.

DIY:  "The best loft-ladder type that I've built was using two 2x8 stringers & premade 5/4x14 bullnosed stair treads you can get at Lowe's/HomeDepot. I then used Kreg pocket-screws to fasten it all together. I'd say I have about $65 in material & 1.5 hrs labor."

DIY: "The best loft-ladder type that I've built was using two 2x8 stringers & premade 5/4x14 bullnosed stair treads you can get at Lowe's/HomeDepot. I then used Kreg pocket-screws to fasten it all together. I'd say I have about $65 in material & 1.5 hrs labor."

DIY top loading cat litter boxes!  I bought two 18-gallon plastic storage containers with lids (about $7.50 each). I decided I liked the idea of using the lid to trap the spare litter crumbs, so I bought 2 feet of grey stair-tread carpet($4) to adhere to the lid with some carpet adhesive double stick tape. My total material cost for TWO boxes was less than $25 — a fraction of any of my store bought options.

DIY top loading cat litter boxes! I bought two 18-gallon plastic storage containers with lids (about $7.50 each). I decided I liked the idea of using the lid to trap the spare litter crumbs, so I bought 2 feet of grey stair-tread carpet($4) to adhere to the lid with some carpet adhesive double stick tape. My total material cost for TWO boxes was less than $25 — a fraction of any of my store bought options.

Under the stairs wine room.  So now I know that I need a 2-story house because this is just too good of an idea not to do.  --Meggie

Under the stairs wine room. So now I know that I need a 2-story house because this is just too good of an idea not to do. --Meggie

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