Krause Construction, located in Denver, Colorado, can transform your under-the-staircase space into a playhouse for the kids (and their many toys) or simply give a whimsically unique look to the storage closet wall.
HINGE Cabinetry and Furniture in Richmond, Virginia, wants you to have the kitchen of your dreams. If your staircase ascends from the culinary and entertaining heart of your home, transform the wasted space under the stairs into a pantry with slide-out shelving.
With the mission to give value and charm to the tired or underutilized areas in a home, Building Vision in Evanston, Illinois, finds creative ways to update every room. Check out how the wasted space under your basement stairs can be turned into niche storage as well as a small space for a counter and fridge to make the basement a fun and functional family room.
By installing open shelving under the stairs, Brennan + Company Architects, located in Ellicott, Maryland, turns this entry into clean, eye-catching space that provides storage and a decorative focal point for wicker baskets and other home accessories.
Instead of a small storage closet with a door, Iowa-based Red House Remodeling turned this wasted space into an angled niche to serve as a shelf for decor above rows of stylish wood-faced drawers, used to store items that need to be tucked away and not on display.
Why keep your family's favorite treasures in a closet when you can put them on display with a built-in step chest under the stairs? Going beyond a simple storage solution, Ogawa Fisher Architects, located in Palo Alto, California, designed this under-the-stairs space to serve as a decorative focal point.
With the mission to maximize fun and functionality for this under-the-stairs space, Julie Williams Design, in Novato, California, put in a wet bar, complete with a wine cooler and sink.
Your kids are more likely to read if their books are easily accessible and, most important, they can stay close to you. Check out how California interior designer David Nosella turned the space under these stairs into a kid-friendly bookcase that will keep the kiddos inspired to read.
When you have more books than a small library, New York-based Glenn Gissler Design can help you utilize the space under your stairs as a book nook. If you have the room, furnish it with a reading lamp and bench or your favorite reading chair.
Tate Interiors, located in Whitefish, Montana, knows that a winding staircase usually leaves an expansive area underneath that can be used for far more than storage. A dining nook, built-in bookcases and big windows are just a few of the many ways they use the space.
FORMation Architecture, in Manhattan, Montana, renovated this 1960s home to give it a modern look and optimize its living space. Instead of a closed-in storage area, the architects turned the staircase on the exterior wall into a multifunctional open outdoor storage that can also serve as an alfresco entertaining area.
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