Fun & Unique Storage Ideas

Hi everyone! I’m Jessica, a writer for Arcadian Lighting, which is a wonderful online resource for beautiful and affordable lighting fixtures. I’m delighted to be guest posting for Kris today because I’m going to be sharing a few fun storage ideas. Whether you live in a small apartment or a two story home, storage is always a big necessity. I hope you find these ideas inspiring!

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These colorful wooden crates mounted on the wall makes this foyer especially bright and fun. The pastel pink and blue paint colors add a Spring-like feeling.

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Creating a pyramid of simple wooden barrels provides unique and eye-catching storage that’s ideal for all ages. The bold pink table lamp and bare bulb wall sconces are great additions too.

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Old mason jars are perfect for storing small items and mounting them on the wall, as they are in this craft room, is as creative as it is practical. Such a neat idea!

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The space under the staircase doesn’t have to be an eyesore when you can transform it into a little reading and storage nook. A few recessed lights or wall sconces will help keep the space illuminated beautifully.

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By creating several rows of wooden pegs, the shelves in this bedroom can be rearranged for an ever-changing focal point. The effect is quite contemporary.

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A few personalized containers in the foyer make it easy to organize everyone’s belongings. The simple images are a fun way to identify each person’s space.

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This brilliant open shelf makes an attractive statement piece in this bright and airy kitchen and dining room. The green and white are an excellent color combination.

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Even small closets can be surprisingly stylish. This convenient diaper changing station is beautiful and provides plenty of convenient storage space. 

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Which of these storage ideas is your favorite? Let us know in the comments! And be sure to stop by Arcadian Lighting for a chandelier or pendant light to brighten your home!


Thanks so much for the guest post Jessica!  Have a great weekend everyone!

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