In smaller homes and apartments, people are forced to store their stuff into smaller spaces. It’s as if classic multifamily housing forgot the needs of “multi”–just where is everything supposed to go?
Today’s renters don’t want to cram their valuables into standard foot-deep shelves and clothing rods. With more renters than ever, and a bevy of baby boomers downsizing, efficient storage is high-priority because it helps save time and stress…and just looks a whole lot better.
What are some of the latest solutions? The Best in American Living article Smart Storage Solutions to Maximize Small Spaces has tips for the five key storage areas of the home: laundry room, pantry, entry closet, office and linen closet.
For example, no more white wire: on-trend finishes are en vogue. Also, customizable storage, which is not only adaptable for different families living in the same space, but can be raised or lowered according to Americans with Disabilities Act requirements–a bonus for the builder.
For more ideas, read the article here.