A beautiful upholstered ottoman that opens can provide deep storage for linen and blankets. Pop in a few cedar balls to deter moths.
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In open living room layouts, beautiful joinery or cubed bookshelves can double as storage and a room divider. The trick to pulling this off is to fill shelves with decorative pieces paired with beautiful wicker baskets or recycled timber boxes.
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Floating shelves and shadow boxes in a variety of colours and shapes can turn toy collections into mini works of art. Show off the covers of beautifully illustrated picture books on easy-reach open shelves, and add a beanbag or cushions below to create the perfect reading corner.
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Store toys in baskets and clear tubs on low shelves. Separate them into categories, such as cars, music or dress-ups as this helps prevent everything coming out at once.
Display the things you love and conceal the things you don’t, while still keeping everything accessible. Double-duty furniture is also a great storage idea as low cabinets can be turned into a bench seat with the addition of a few pillows on top.
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Baskets are a great way to categorise and store items. They are also visually appealing and help to add warmth to the white cabinetry.
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