1,646 Patio-furniture-s Storage & Closets Design Photos

Studio Durham Architects
1 Review
Clayton Renovation
hardware, built for the house in the 1920's. It is still possible to get similar steel doors, but they won't have the pretty narrow profiles of these.
the flooring in this shot is poured in place terrazzo that was installed when the house was built in the 1920's.
again window to the outside really help[s it feel less crowded
“Shelves” — bdudding
Clarendon Road
Choose furniture with a patinaDark wood furniture that’s been salvaged from a shop display or found in a house sale and given a new use in a modern interior has a uniquely vintage look. Anything that has an attractive patina is to be prized.
a trawl around antiques shops and furniture markets for a storage unit that needs a new lease of life. This old unit has been mounted into a recess in a wall, so that it works like built-in furniture, but packs a punch on the vintage style front. Just add shoes!
Carrie Bradshaw’s (lucky you), don’t leave them in a messy jumble at the bottom of your wardrobe. A glazed bookcase makes an excellent shoe cabinet, keeping your footwear organised, contained and dust-free.
“this is how they used the antique bookcase” — cararq
Inglish Design
Inglish Design Bespoke Bedroom furniture, UK
Choose fitted storageIt’s hard to go wrong with fitted furniture. It can be built to the exact dimensions of your room, with the perfect combination of hanging and drawer space for your needs. Incorporate glazed panels and curved elements to break up the run of cupboards and add interest.
“customised wardrobe” — binkysparky
Seattle Painting Expert
Best of Houzz 2014
For over twenty years, Shearer Painting has focused on fine tuning a team approach to cost effectively installing the highest standard of paint & special coatings for home owners and builders.
Viscusi Elson Interior Design
Portfolio of Work
love cabinets vs typical bedroom furniture
Closet door to patio
Closet Opens to patio
french doors to patio
Patio door
“Cabinets” — kirstenrhodes
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Rox Residence
Love dark wood floor to ceiling cabinets/wardrobe(s)
Bedroom loser patio modern
Floor and furniture match
“Work lamp” — raejay4
Palm Design Group
1 Review
Her Master Closet
You can find wood porcelain tiles that offer a similar look - http://tiledaily.com/?s=classic+series+wood&submit=Search (From my experience in picture editing, I would say that the picture has been heavily sharpened to bring out the look
piece of furniture to warm space
Like the warm feeling of wood furniture
buffet color - I wonder if it's practical to think about having my bedroom furniture painted this color?
“white dressing room” — billobaji
Kasey Buick
1 Review
Lola B's
Recycle furniture and spruce up walk in closet!
The great thing about turning your attic into a closet is it doesn’t necessarily require a big renovation. It’s unlikely guests will see it, so you can easily complete the transformation by simply installing a few rods and adding a chest of drawers.
your attic into a closet is it doesn’t necessarily require a big renovation as long as the basics are in place, such as decent flooring and lighting. It’s unlikely that guests will see it, so you can easily complete the transformation by simply installing a few sturdy rods or buying freestanding clothes
“A” — hanaseikoku
Organized Living
Children's Closets
designer (TheAmandas.com) isn't sure and can't remember - sorry! But I found similar ones for you here: http://www.landofnod.com/blue-canvas-cube-bin/s529885?a=1081&device=c&network=g&matchtype=&gclid=CIG49oPRy7oCFasRMwodRGQAzg - and, she said she made the labels herself by punching holes around the edges
Special case: Kids’ stuff. When a child’s room is overflowing with stuff, it’s hard to focus on any one thing, and pretty soon all of those lovingly chosen toys become just part of the mess. Setting space constraints is a smart way to handle this situation. Dedicate certain shelves, plus perhaps a toy
your child’s belongings, and keep it at that. When a bin or shelf begins to overflow, or you notice that stuff is piling up on the floor (because it has nowhere else to go), take that as a cue to give something away.
“Organize” — noelkrist
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