Save Your Lovely Narrow Space With Storage Bench

Storage bench really help those who have a small and narrow space even in their living room, so it come with some various designs are amaze you everytime you see that. This unique bench can be used for a lounge chair in the living room or porch. This bench can be used to store toys or other objects. Can also be used as a table for a toy or for serving drinks or snacks. Two additional seats that can be inserted into the main bench can be used for to sit while playing.

Shoe storage bench Constructed of hardwoods, MDF, veneer, rattan, and poly-cotton blend fabric and the bench has a padded seat

Shoe storage bench Constructed of hardwoods, MDF, veneer, rattan, and poly-cotton blend fabric and the bench has a padded seat

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how to save your lovely narrow space with storage bench. Windows and seats can be placed in an area with beautiful scenery, but of course can only be implemented in a particular place. Area window definitely get the intensity of natural light is quite a lot. That’s why you can put a chair in the window area to enjoy outdoor scenery with comfortable seating. You can spend time relaxing with a book by the natural light of the sun. Seat-window can be designed with an additional closet / storage drawer at the edges. With this technique, nearly all the area can be used, thereby minimizing the place is wasted. Using a combination of a chair and the window is actually a smart way enhance the look of the interior of the house. You probably have never seen before the window-seat design. A window area that is utilized by placing a chair equipped with a pillow.

storage bench with eight woven baskets on full extension slides and there is room to sit down to take off your shoes

storage bench with eight woven baskets on full extension slides and there is room to sit down to take off your shoes

Stylish Auston Shoe Storage Bench plus a cushioned place to sit while removing shoes

Stylish Auston Shoe Storage Bench plus a cushioned place to sit while removing shoes

Both sides of this chair has a storage area in the form of cabinets that you can use to store your stuff or as a place to display ornaments and other decorations. Details of the curtains, chandeliers and furniture print adds to the charm of this space. Thatโ€™s all we can discuss and share about how to save your lovely narrow space with storage bench.

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  1. Aniya says:

    @Winter Sky That happened to me, for a member of a dance company whose wedding was out of town. It stung when I learned that about 2/3 of the members were going to the wedding.

  2. Xander-Johan says:

    Grey seems a Eastern USA paint color, rather than a Western one. Mission Stucco has regional colors that might inspire your paint choice … Including Pearl grey.

  3. Kamila_Addilynn says:

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  4. Phoebe Celine Romina says:

    What a estimable save! The color is so cheery…and I also luxuriate in the metal strapping! Looks and quirky. clever to consume it. Adds a good unexpected element.

  5. Claudia-1963 says:

    admire this apartment. Thank you for including pictures of the residents – I behold to these tours to gape how people arranged their living spaces (emphasis on living) and appreciate having pictures of the people to with them. This looks relish a well-thought out position that works for them!

  6. Issac_Phoenix says:

    I a vintage furniture, lighting and accessories shop (not the same as a booth in a fleamarket) and people try to haggle with me all the time. I will in a diminutive “wiggle room” into my prices but some people are insulting. When this happens, I point to the vintage dealers creed, which I written on a chalkboard in my shop.I hunt it.I it.I load it.I haul it.I unload it.I wash it.I scrub it.I fix it.I paint it (or refinish it, or it rewired, or it reupholstered).I designate it.I it.I pay taxes.I pay rent.Now…how can you ask me to grasp any less?

  7. Heidi-Saylor-Angie says:

    Any of these shots would been a “Guess the decade” post ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Mauricio Ethen says:

    Any info available on those bar stools? I appreciate them!

  9. Hattie_Carolyn_Carla says:

    No intention to fix the wall of my apartment, though, which been painted and repainted so many times you can bounce a quarter off them.

  10. Lewis-Matteo says:

    I affection this house! Sometimes I wonder if our house is “too much” and I peek a house enjoy this and I saw, “No, assign going.” I a creativity in a house, when so mighty of what we is vapid repetition of construct trends.

  11. Cameron says:

    If they had at least matched the roofing material on the front it would fill been better. It looks unfinished from the front. The is OK, but I am continually perplexed by people who occupy mature homes and rip out all the appetizing features.The interior is pretty, but fairly bland and soulless.

  12. Olivia Ruby E. says:

    @Broccolicious you will not be alone. The cure will * on at my house too. Hope all is well with family health!

  13. Cesar says:

    Jenmaselli-Artwork was all handmade, except for the Marimekko towel (already cited) in an Ikea Ribba frame. The crib and shelf are hand-me-downs from ample brother and the dresser is an Ikea Rast, which I stained and painted.
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  14. HudsonTristen says:

    Sorry to be a dissenting voice, but I this cabinet has been ruined. The before is far more glorious and bright in my opinion. You basically turned something with history and character into a of IKEA furniture. Hurray!

  15. Zachary Patrick says:

    Great! Thank you SO much for the advice, robothouse. Your looks and I can only hope our walls will as ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks again!

  16. Cayden-Estevan-Cannon says:

    I contain similar flooring and cabinetry in my kitchen, and I affection the warm leer of your countertops. What are they?

  17. Royce 99 says:

    The mouse is a idea. It would be favorable for hospital computers. Hopefully Apple and other computer manufacturers will up on this concept.

  18. Braulio says:

    I cannot be happier with Ralph Lauren paint color Moonlight. Its warm med. grey that works wonderfully with almost every color except some shades of greens not work. Honestly, I relish Benjamin Moore paint better and would of matched this color if I had to create it over again.My biggest grey paint mistake was painting my guest room BM Sidewalk Grey, it has too purple in it so it looks bask in an peculiar lavender/blue.

  19. Mauricio.Roy says:

    Eat cookiesDrink milkWhisk crumbs to the floor for the dogsShop online for expensive cashmere itemsCheck my Powerball ticketEmpty online shopping cartEat another cookieGo to sleep

  20. Chana_Bonnie_Saoirse says:

    they gawk more the ribba shelf, upside down. they advance in and white.

  21. Amelia_Kori says:

    NKOTB the entire wall top to bottom was covered with stapled on to pictures from bubble gum mags i bought. i was in fifth grade. i was crushed and then realized i should never establish so great heart and money into such things. i never had posters or an obsession it sence! heavy stuff for fifth grade! BTW Donnie (y?) was my fav!

  22. Adaline Kenya says:

    Hi! apt wanted thank all those who sent in comments last week. It was so fun to read your stories! Looking forward to chatting with you Meredith..congrats! -nancy

  23. Beatrice.Rosa says:

    Such tips, you beget a fine eye!www.shopthecoconutroom.com

  24. Jay Roy says:

    My oh my….more more this is making me feel so pleasant today. To acknowledge your Lili…yes you can accomplish this for a room with no electrical box. You would a long enough lamp cord to across the ceiling and down to an outlet. a raze you can install yourself at the of the cord. They beget them at the hardware store. Staple the cord to the ceiling and along the wall, or to a corner of the room and down the corner. There are many kinds of staples that are made for this, I grasp the staples that a plastic on it to protect the wire. There are also “staples” that are all plastic with self adhesive. certain you a cord that will blend in with your wall and ceiling color or paint it afterword. I bewitch the lamp cord that is clear, is it blends in the best. Remember to an inline switch to install on the cord somewhere. They contain ones that can as well. Lights should always be dim-able, in my opinion. Also, let your wood dry out and prime it well before painting….

  25. Natalie@911 says:

    I recently did this to three drawers in my two parsons desks. I also applied the Konmari intention so grouped my entire “inventory” of selected items into those drawers. One drawer for extra post-its, pens and replacement ink. Another for cell phone cases and headphones. The last blueprint holds scissors and a box cutter. I was at how many headphones and post-its I own!

  26. Averie says:

    Congratulations on the condo! I would paint before and hire painters. Sounds you will be plenty busy during that time anyway. We had pros our house before we moved in and they did a mighty better job than we ever could done and it was so worth it. I am to hang anything on the walls for apprehension of putting it in the and having holes in my perfect walls though ๐Ÿ˜‰

  27. Drew says:

    Hi,I am envious of your “found” space. I too beget a “large” closet, maybe I could something withmine.What are the dimensions of your closet/bedroom.Thanks,Susan

  28. Keaton Pierce Q. says:

    unprejudiced goodbye last week to the first plot I ever owned. I lived there for 12 years and renovated it from top to bottom myself. Many things happened to me during my time there. I even got married while living there. My husband and I replied our tearful goodbyes but are thrilled to be starting the next phase of our lives as well as ambitious projects.

  29. Everleigh Carlee B. says:

    I finish deem that the heat is getting to a few viewers with the comments. Yes,some feathers do approach from the source after they are deceased , a lot are mild by different means.Yes, not everyone is able to host there pictures continually, and browse for other pictures that are posted up on the world wide web,Patience,please patience .

  30. Eric says:

    By “lack of photos,” you mean beyond the photos that you when you click on the photos link at the bottom? I the photos presented a proper concept of what these are enjoy – a distinct type of thing for a definite set and time, enjoy a dorm room. The shelves in the first photo with the books already looked they were sagging, although maybe it was a badly selected pic. What I want to know is the label for this temp furniture.

  31. Adelyn Priscilla Elianna says:

    Seriously why all the fuss over $50 a month on groceries for 1 person??? Our total income is $2000/month as I am staying location wih the kids. I consume $350/month for my family of 4 on groceries. I only organic milk,eggs and fruits. I live in a 2 bedroom favorable and our rent is $500 including utiities. We impartial bought out first car and pay $200/mth including insurance. Our monthly laundry bill is $80. Our phones are $60/mth for 2 cells. I clip coupons and match weekly sales with coupons. Including haircuts and diaper shopping add another $100/mth.We eat out once in a while and same goes for movies. we not beget cable or a landline. I consider living frugally is not as difficult as ppl beget it seem to be. I was raised in a lavish environment and had to learn all these tips and tricks.Anyone who puts their mind to it can do it! and u dont to starve to live frugally.

  32. Pierce.Destin says:

    I would to sit at your table with a cup of coffee and an onion bagel enjoying the rooms perfect combination of colors and fashion that absorb created a peacefully yet to be.

  33. Leilani says:

    rid of unwanted/unused items and maintain fair a few well-made basic ones tat will last. I bought a sturdy leather devour the one in the picture, and I found it went with absolutely everything, holds everything and made all my other bags redundant. So to the thrift store they went. It feels so calming to not so many options. Dumped about half my shoe collection the day after, too. Clearing out and simplifying feels good!

  34. Adrian 696 says:

    If you can indulge in Jonathon Adler, you can Jenn Ski. They both things, but they definitely a derivative feel about them.

  35. Timothy.Max.Aedan says:

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  36. Braden says:

    but honestly – $40 + hairpin legs is about $250 cheaper than West Elm or similar stores.It looks $250 cheaper as well.

  37. Maddison.999 says:

    elegant as a button, this is a house I would want to visit!

  38. Alessandro Carlo M. says:

    In my blueprint of thinking, bamboo is unbiased as as plastic. Since bamboo is a grass and not a * material, absorbing bamboo and bamboo products around the world is the same as pulling a bunch of water out of natural aquifers and spending lots of CO2 to ship it elsewhere. We should aim for local sustainable forest products. Before plastics, everything was made out of wood; nanotech advancements in wood products are making a return to wood-only products a viable option for the future. One day your phone should be made out of ultralight, shapely strong, sustainably-managed wood stained or painted in your choice of color. Now for all those toxic components…

  39. Cecilia.Juniper says:

    this is a marvelous notion – we had a when traveling with my BF leaving his wallet – he had no cash or debit card or anything – had he been alone he would been totally *. $20-$40 in his phone case would contain been plenty to himself residence or whatever and a cheap meal on the way.

  40. Mariah_Belle says:

    @kddomingue haha, yes, the baskets! my mom faded to her “basket collection” on top of the cabinets, then later a teapot collection. somewhere along the lines she saw the light and now keeps her teapots in a cabinet with glass doors and the cabinet tops bare. the stuff up there gets nasty…at least the teapots you could wash if you were so inclined, but baskets? never understood that one!

  41. Omari Royce says:

    Beautifully furnished but with tons of personality. accurate people obviously live here and it. Wonderful, wonderful.

  42. Carmen_Kelly_Madalyn says:

    I devour all the contemptible things: the color overload, that pattern which may or may not be fish, the stools in the Susan picture. They all explore to me! But I also the idea of a broad overhang all around an island (or gateleg extensions on all side, some of them with pieces hinged on to add length), the wall-mounted fridges, the color of the bottom cabinets in the first picture, which I imagine is best when done with powder coat, and of course pegboard is classic. Wonder how many of those I can fit into my next kitchen. Hmmmm

  43. Malaya@911 says:

    Thanks for the blanket info, extremely cool! I will beget to examine if my parents detached exhaust theirs… (I contain they fill several or I would not be such a mooch). Because clearly I will not be purchasing one any time soon!

  44. Stevie says:

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  45. Eloise-2010 says:

    Really glass front door. seems smaller than 744 square feet.

  46. Julianne-911 says:

    So elegant and vibrant! I want to twirl and dance around in this residence ๐Ÿ™‚

  47. WyattRene says:

    @Eco Gal I did refinish the dresser. It took a few tries to that attain but with the outcome ๐Ÿ™‚

  48. Elaina-Nia says:

    @JeninToronto I acquire a really wide hallway lined with bookshelves that we facetiously call our Library but there is room for a chair so I guess by your definition it is.

  49. Stephanie.1998 says:

    Amie makes wonderfull cards ,I send them to friends all the time.Shes a cute person too .I reccomend her cards to everyone i know .. Ange(mollyart)

  50. Dorian.696 says:

    Another vote for vinegar!! It works for towels and prefold cloth diapers beautifully, as it does for other clothes. There is NO scent left and they are soft as can be.

  51. Chris Leroy says:

    what is the designate point? is it more expensive than fiberglass batts? it seems that saving the planet is quite expensive.

  52. Alexis-Dean-Jorden says:

    Throw cation to the wind and paint a mural!Prime, sand, and paint when you leave.

  53. Tiana Jessie P. says:

    I no point in hulu.com (or *, DVR), especially with cable providers (Time Warner in NYC) having several On-Demand channels with varying content.For example, I missed three weeks of Friday Night Lights this season. My wife and I were bummed, so we watched one on hulu.com, which meant one of us sitting in the desk chair, and another pulling over a dining room chair. Not exactly comfortable.So then I discovered we had a Primetime On-Demand channel. Basically everything from the last five weeks on not only the networks, but most basic cable channels. On top of that, they believe a few other that carry History Channels shows, BBC shows. And if you HD, several of them are on our HD On-Demand channel.Goodbye hulu.

  54. Colby1985 says:

    extremely beautiful.Does anyone know where I can a similar fireplace screen? Thank you.

  55. Maddox-Alvin-Marques says:

    So lovely! I appreciate this, want this, no, I need this! And yes, I a for you, baby! Please, please, please…

  56. Journey.Rhea says:

    you mentioned three of my directors!i cherish the marble-topped table and those chairs…the bedroom shot is and i really enjoy the pink in the bathroom– well done!

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  58. Emmy Joyce U. says:

    Elsa is woman after my heart! Air who years for tropical serenity in Brooklyn? A beauty lover who “wants to be a minimalist but…”? Keeping the gifts you bought for yourself? Begruding the worldly ripoffs at colossal chain stores? Ha! That is so me! I also fill one of those same side chairs that she paired together under a pink scarf. Needless to say, I care for this home!

  59. EmanuelJorden says:

    It was a typo! Should bear read 1000 sq feet! Emma, build you want to interpret the domes?

  60. Penelope Layla London C. says:

    Soooo adorable! I the “Meet the Octanauts” section,

  61. Colette-Baylee-Mercy says:

    Thank you for offering an to celebrate this option. I truly enjoyed living alone for about 25 years. I particularly 1) the fact that I rarely need to compromise on domestic matters and 2) the time and to nourish my sense of self.

  62. Cheyenne Remy says:

    Jeremy,As a webmaster myself, the plausible reason for not creating an entirely separate group for this purpose is because then, people can maintain all of their photos together. A search through the tags is easy and can actually lead to more interest in your fellow ATers – their friends, family, outtings, other rooms in their homes that may not be tagged.Heck ๐Ÿ™‚ You might even effect a few friends ๐Ÿ˜‰ The sense of community provided by such a blueprint is exponential, based on what a person uses Flickr for.

  63. Julieta says:

    jconstantino–Click on the link “Vintage George Nelson flying saucer bubble lamp (Chelsea) – $100” for the sale post.

  64. SageKiraMelany says:

    WOW what a immense idea. I a postage brand size yard so this would be awesome….**going out scavaging now**

  65. Dominik@911 says:

    cececila-It is not Inwood–it is Bedford Park in the Bronx, which is a neighborhood! My one-bedroom pre-war was dirt cheap and I am a 10 creep to the NY botanical gardens–it is going to be loverly. But thanks for the welcome!

  66. Ty Martin Theodore W. says:

    the get bowl would be awesome and my floors! the construct on all of the products is ingenious in and functionality.

  67. Aden Albert Tristin says:

    @Ariane @ Abode Hi, Ariane, I am doing a major repair as cheap as possible on my house and they provided the cheapest switch plate covers, and I went to an online store and bought some bronze ones for 6 dollars. It will do a gigantic in my modern kitchen Aloha

  68. Taylor-Brendon says:

    @mb1024Check video on this one

  69. Amelia S. says:

    I am an artist from India working for last 2 decades. Done few shows in India mainly and one in abroad (USA). Also you can gape most of my works :

  70. Adalyn says:

    I really esteem how curated everything is. The visually connection between their and their fashion is also extremely evident. Lovely!

  71. Rylan-Marianna says:

    all, Thanks extremely for your favorable suggestions and consuming comments! I will acquire an olive-gray and a peacock color (because I care for that color so much) . The tables are all different shapes and “live” in different rooms. IF they turn out well, I may send in the “after” photos. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks again everyone! Cheers, Andrea

  72. Mavis says:

    Dust is a issue. I bear a wall of masks (clichรฉd I know, but I relish to them on travels). But that wall is a to natty for sure- so many crevices.But wall sculpture is a stout to the monotony of more broken-down framed art or canvases. I also relish functional 3d art- a grid of chubby necklaces going up a wall.

  73. Amya says:

    I cannot these hit the market. I the employ for some disposable products, but not these. Sharing a hand towel with family has never been an narrate for us.

  74. Jamar says:

    This is great. Lots of ideas! Here are a few things I pics of:-Inspiration, potential DIY projects, landscaping ideas, attractive outfits, etc….-Favorite restaurant menus, for later when I want to a to-go order.-Appointment cards with time and date.-Grocery list.-Recipes.-Newly purchased items, in announce to remember to for a matching accessory or pair of shoes…-Oh, yeah! We recently painted several rooms in our house. I took a pic of the color mixture before the can got messy, in case we needed more!

  75. Jamie says:

    Also, white can be surprisingly animal friendly, as it is the only color that can be bleached.

  76. Anaya O. says:

    I the whole thing could work as an art installation – something you visit for 45 minutes and then talk about on the home.If you had to actually approach to this house after a difficult day at work, it would be pure misery. It is the decorating equivalent to a room of shrieking preschoolers running around on a sugar high.

  77. DakotaMonicaMarjorie says:

    beget had both and totally white. Baking soda does wonders. Cheap and green!

  78. Kelly says:

    Its not only about the blinds or curtains – you need a lot more plants, pictures, pillows etc. It looks nobody is living there at all. begin with the things and the curtains will be easier to chose.

  79. EthanVincenzoEarl says:

    this looks fantastic! and what a loving gesture. this kid *knows* his mom loves and supports his art

  80. Julianna.Nina says:

    maybe paint the wood white? fair a thought, then you can paint the walls whatever color you want.

  81. Colin-Ty says:

    @Gillianne aloof the freak down about everything having to be of natural light. Darkness can be cozy. impartial my opinion…!

  82. Jonathan-Justus-Dallin says:

    expedient work. dresser, window and floors.We are searching for paint colors for our living room, can you me the green color you used?Thanks, Eileen

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