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9 Ways to Stretch Your Storage

By: Jeannie Matteucci
November 25, 2014
Use cabinets, cubbies and shelving in creative ways to optimize your storage needs when space is tight.
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Grab Wasted Space

Utilize an awkward space under stairs for cabinets, desk space or shelving for storing various home and work essentials. Photo courtesy of California Closets

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Look to the Corner

Rail shelves cleverly take advantage of open corner wall space for displaying framed photos and small toys in this young boy's bedroom. Photo courtesy of Room & Board

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Go Vertical

In a small-sized kitchen, use the space above your cabinets for serving dishes, cookbooks or seasonal items you don't use every day. Photography by Jean Allsopp

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Build It In

In this small attic bedroom, drawers were incorporated into an L-shaped window seat to house an assortment of things, including extra linens and wool blankets for the cold winter months.

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