20 storage ideas in the basement, no matter how scary the room is 6-10

Maximize your presence

Basements are known for having unusual architectural spaces and asymmetrical footprints. Transform an uncomfortable corner of the main area into a highly functional cupboard, sealed by efficient barn doors, instead of traditional hinged doors, as Kierste Wade of Old Salt Farm did, or consider scraping a few feet from a larger room to create a private space to hide mess and other trinkets. Real estata property

Install a hook

Entrance cellars receive an extra dose of utility when choosing a wall hanger near the door to keep clothes and other cold equipment close at hand. Pair it with a bench with drawers or a shelf integrated in the trolley to maximize space

Increase the quality

If you have space and budget for more ambitious projects, consider installing a bar with drawers and cabinets to manage excess glassware and create a discreet entertainment area for casual meetings.

Not to be supported in a corner

Make these bad spaces work for you with a comfortable corner shelf and use a combination of baskets and boxes to keep everything where it should be.

Designate an activity space

If you are one of those people who are afraid of going to the basement to do the laundry, rethink the work area. This laundry room designed by Urban Grace Interiors has enough closet space to keep everything at a distance, allowing you to free up properties elsewhere in your home.