Creating storage spaces in the kitchens is the most challenging pull-out pantry gives extra space for frequency used bottles and jars. A high pull-out rack or a circular wire rack on a swivel can be easily accessed and maintained. Corners under the counters need not be difficult to access. Unique corner units by Kaff are easily available. Dinning areas are often lined with sufficient storage cabinets for crockery and dishes. Sideboards are also a treasure-trove of food accompaniments like jams, sauces and pickles. However, if the dinning table is designed so that it contains box shelves, one need not get up each time one needs ketchup.
The space beneath a wash basin has a lot of storage potential. Pull-out drawers can be made here. Cabinets mounted on walls and laminated against moisture or powder-coated wire racks on the wall can contain shampoos and other toiletries. A pull out wire, which may be fixed or hooked on to one of the walls, may be used for hanging garments or towels after the bath. The space above the wash cabinet can be used to accommodate toiletries. Centre tables in living rooms can contain drawers, to keep away T.V remotes, ashtrays and other stuff. The aesthetics of the room has to be considered. A Fulton or a sofa-cum-bed will save the space required for a guest bedroom.
Some of the walls can be removed to create floor space. By creating columns and by inserting steel girders and lintels, certain built-in furniture, fridge and small cupboards can be adjusted. However, this needs proper structural planning and evaluation. Computers can be placed in wall units or pull-out trays to be accessed whenever required instead of occupying large separate desks. Shelves can be made in the alcoves, across fixed windows that are never used. Shelves can also be put on narrow, recessed windows, overhanging by a few inches, which may not be opened. Shelves can be created under the staircase or on the landing. If the space available is large enough, cupboards can be created beneath a staircase to store mattresses, old furniture pieces or accessories, car spare parts, old newspapers, umbrellas and shoes.
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