Cool custom shelving unit by Relic Interiors.
Ingenious pantry carved out between wall studs.
Built in bunk beds for three sisters sharing a remodeled attic space--each with its own individual reading lights, outlets, and USB ports.
It's easier than you think to construct a wall of built-ins surrounding a window seat when you start with stock cabinets. We show you how. DIY difficulty level: easy-to-moderate.
A colorful palette refreshes the walk-in pantry, with its original shelves and glass-front cabinets, of this 1850s Italianette.
Chunky, floating wood shelves are the centerpiece of this study in the home of bloggers Chris Loves Julia.
Hidden storage behind a built-in bookcase on hinges!
A nook carved into this master bathroom redo serves as a sweet make-up counter.
A built-in bar by Redstart Construction is painted in a charcoal gray that complements the kitchen cabinets.
Cabinets often frame windows, but in this kitchen, shelves span the opening, which backlights the green and turquoise glasses.
Books of all shapes and sizes complement the simple, sleek architecture of this custom bookshelf.
Hidden storage behind bookcase built into the attic eaves. Great idea!
A cutting board installed in a pullout drawer just above the pull-out garbage makes for easy disposal and takes up less counterspace.
Swedish-style built-in bed with a nearby fireplace for warmth on chilly nights.
If your garage is adjacent to your kitchen, how about adding a little door to make unloading groceries easier?
You don't need tons of space to overnight weekend guests and family visitors. Just smart use of space as this mint & pink bunk room demonstrates so well.
Unique wood paneling made from old doors forms the back of this side-entrance built-in and protects the drywall, since mudroom walls are often battered by flying book bags.
A tall utility cabinet tucked between the shower and wall makes use of every inch of space in this bathroom.
Architect Mark Reilly designed this bedroom around the minimalist canopy bed, aligning one shelf with the top of the mattress, continuing with equal-size book bays in the remaining space.
Make the most of an oft-ignored space by using a hallway for storage. These bookshelves serve as decoration and a makeshift library.
In this master bedroom, built-in bureaus and his-and-hers closets are concealed behind beadboard sliding doors.
Cabinets under these family room windows hide media components and a flat-screen TV on a motorized lift.
How fun is this bookcase built around an arched door?
This floor-to-ceiling shoe shelf hides neatly behind double doors. The white shelves reflect light into the dark cubbies, making every pair easy to see.