Having trouble finding a cabinet to store all your loose odds and ends, storage shelving that blends with your existing décor, or just a simple curio cabinet that will compliment your other furnishings?
Well, look no more, our selection of home storage solutions includes wrought iron cabinets, etageres, shelves, and trunks that are sure to blend seamlessly with almost any décor.
Successful home storage solutions go hand-in-hand with good organization. Organized storage means being able to see, access and easily retrieve stored items wherever they may be and whenever you need them. We have sourced many manufacturers to offer you quality - sturdy home storage pieces that are perfect for everything from storing your treasured periodicals and showcasing your art collection to organizing your bathroom towels and holding your home stereo. This stylish collection offers functional pieces essential for storage, organization, and display.
Be creative, nearly any room or area can benefit from more and better storage. In fact, anywhere you have things to store it's worth considering the best, most attractive way to store them.
In the Kitchen
In the Bathroom
In the Bedroom
- Most kitchens storage space leaves something to be desired. Use a free standing shelf unit or a bakers rack to conveniently and attractively store and display; cookbooks, server ware, canister sets, etc.
- If you don't already have a built-in kitchen island, you can add wonderful storage and working space with a kitchen island or cart.
- Another excellent storage option that adds beauty to your kitchen is a pot rack. Display your pots and pans and free up some much needed cabinet space for other items.
Other Storage Areas
- If you are overwhelmed by the amount of things you have to store in a limited amount of closet space, one of the best ways to add storage space to your bedroom is with an armoire. They come in a variety of styles and can be used to hold everything from clothing to televisions.
- Shelving and bakers racks can also be used to hold a variety of items and
look great holding baskets filled with your clothing and personal items.
- Utilize entry areas for storage. Hall trees act as exposed closets for hanging coats, hats, and umbrellas. A small dresser, desk or cabinet can work wonders in the entranceway by offering maximum storage space.
- Look for unused and/or forgotten spaces. For example A trunk can be used as a coffee table and also provide a storage space for seasonal decorations, books, magazines, even photo albums and scrap books.