Whoever invented drawers was a genius. A compartment where you can throw your stuff inside, shut it, and forget about it? Sign me up. What the inventor of the drawer did forget to consider, however, was organization. Toss your stuff inside a drawer, and you're sure to have to dig to find it again. You can buy traditional drawer dividers and organizers from the store, but what if your drawers are too small (or too big)? Continue Reading
I think we should just call this drawer-ganization. It's an art we should all learn, don't you think? My drawers are in desperate need of a little organization and this simple DIY project might be just the ticket!
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Am I a little OCD, or does everyone walk into a small, cluttered room and try to figure out how to utilize the above-eye-level wall space? It’s prime real estate, folks! But the biggest problem: accessibility.
Not any more. Danny Kuo was firing on all creative cylinders when he designed the StairCase.
Part steps, part drawers, part cabinets, it meets all the criteria for high style floor to ceiling storage. The lower drawers are encased in sliding boxes that allow you to step up to reach the higher shelves and cabinets. Continue Reading
Fractal 23 by Takeshi Miyakawa is a modular drawer system that features drawers on all four sides. Made of plywood, the cube measures a petite 28″ x 28″ x 28″, could be used as a side table, provided it’s on a carousel so there’s access to all those drawers.
Using simple runner attachments, Raw-Edges Design Studio asserts that you can add a drawer to any flat surface. As indicated in the image, this would be a perfect way to turn those traditional pieces into something fresh and modern.
Lazy Susans, those good for nothin’, corner cabinet wastes of space are going to be a thing of the past, and soon, thanks to cool ideas like this one recently featured at a local home and garden show. The cabinet maker simply made corner drawers. Okay, you still lose some space to empty angles, but hey, they’re better than those rotating shelves that invariably get cockeyed on their hingy-thingies so they won’t close properly. And don’t even get me started on the safety hazards of the cursed things. Continue Reading