Narrow items are prone to cluttering up surfaces and easily becoming disorganized. They are however great for storing vertically such as the inside of cupboard doors. A variety of slim wire baskets can be arranged to suit your needs. Great for stationary and cleaning products!
Save precious space on table tops for books, glasses and more by installing lights on to the walls instead of relying on lamps.
Uniform shelving can push out and make rooms feel smaller than they really are. Shelving that step back and get narrower towards the top look less dominating and make rooms feel lighter.
Narrow or short shelves can give you extra surfaces to store items in easy reach. Plates and glasses that are used frequently do not necessary need to be kept behind cabinet doors.
There’s been an explosion in storage-minded products in recent years, and many of them work wonders in small spaces. Find homes for those things that are used daily but best kept out of sight hair dryers and clothes bins.
Some items are difficult to store, even when space isn’t an issue! Jewellery collections, for example, tend to include a range of pieces that resist stashing in regular-size compartments. To save valuable drawers and shelves, look to walls for extra storage in a small space. Outfit an empty frame with a piece of cork and use pins to hang necklaces and bracelets. Install near a dressing area for easy access.
Sometimes adding in full-depth shelving does not make practical sense but narrow additions might just be the solution to keep regularly used items close at hand.