If you lose the feeling of love for your living room, it’s likely because you don’t have enough storage. There is nothing more unattractive than being surrounded by chaos, so restore the relaxed atmosphere with these extraordinary living room storage ideas.
1. Build a media unit from MDF
A piece of MDF and two floating shelves create a TV / game center that looks professional. The bottom shelf allows ottomans and drawer units to be thrown up to appear neatly underneath, while the top shelf can be used for more storage boxes or made beautiful by decorating it with vases and accessories.
2. Go for a wall-to-wall system
Invest on a shelf that runs from wall to wall in the living room. Running open shelves or glass cabinets on the living room walls gives you plenty of room to display your favorite findings. Combine with a low-level cupboard or drawer for easy access to everyday items that aren’t easily seen.
3. Customise your own sideboard
Pushing together with Ivar units, each from IKEA for £ 45, creates an unobtrusive, inexpensive storage and display for all the mess of your living room. Keep your books and games inside to keep them neat and out. White paint for simple results.
4. Frame a window to utilise space
Make the most of the space by framing the window with bespoke storage. Realize the full potential of unused wall space, especially to high, with built-in storage solutions. The window seat provides the perfect place to sit and makes you feel a little closer to the outside.
5. Repurpose vintage storage trunks
For an eclectic interior full of charm, give new life and purpose to an old work that you already like. Luggage storage not only gives room a sense of history, but can also double as a coffee table feature. You should be able to pick up sturdy vintage pieces, of good quality at prices that are much cheaper than what you paid for the new one. Antiques fixtures and cabinets work very well in modern homes because they offer neatly arranged storage in unique furniture that is full of character and personality. Optimize further storage with a wooden sideboard with many drawers.
6. Consider ladder-style shelving
Increase your storage with a ladder-style shelf. Rung ladder shelves are a great way to increase storage without flooding the living room. Besides being an attractive alternative to more conventional shelves, they are very suitable for pale schemes or rooms with limited space. Make sure to secure the frame to the wall to be safe.
7. Use non-traditional furniture
Think outside the box when it comes to furniture choices for your living room. Traditional wardrobe, clearer dining room choices, sit beautifully on a bookshelf. In this case natural wood adds an element of rustic charm. While the box-shaped design blends with the modern sofa and table, keeping the look contemporary.
8. Opt for smart furniture pieces
Making your furniture work harder is very important if you have a small living room. Choose multi-purpose furniture, such as a coffee table that can accommodate books and magazines seamlessly. Perfect for temporary storage is also useful for providing surface drinks and blooms on the screen.