At KLD we believe that the spaces where we live and work should be as functional as they are beautiful and how we use storage is a great example of this.
An excellent way of achieving this is through clever and bespoke joinery that adds both to the design of your space, but will also ensure that it is functional for your needs.
From classic shelving, curved joinery to more dramatic colourful designs, and from kitchens to bathrooms and playrooms, we love how clever use of storage will really add your personality to a space, while having practical benefits in everyday life.
We have collected some of our KLD images for some exciting storage inspiration….
In a kitchen space, joinery is a great way to ensure that your space provides maximum storage, and in our Dublin Residence we used simple joinery on one full wall in the kitchen to provide a simple and seamless finish.
As always, we love to play around with shapes, and our use of storage is no different! Again in our Dublin Residence, we used curved joinery as part of the kitchen instead of sticking to the classic edges for a more streamlined finish.
Keeping with the kitchen, an island provides excellent storage opportunities while also having the ability to double as a space where people can sit and entertain. We love the gloss finished silestone island that blends beautifully with the kitchen in our Ranelagh Residence, while providing ample storage opportunities out of sight.
For homes with stairs, under the stairs provides a golden opportunity for extra storage – which we made use of in our Wicklow Residence.
We love colour and our storage and joinery is no different! Bespoke joinery is an excellent way to add pops of colour to a space – we used vibrant yellow in our Ballsbridge Residence in the children’s playroom to add extra personality to the room.
Finally, who says colour has to only be on the walls! We all respond to colour, particularly in our homes and in our Dublin Residence we used a vibrant green to enhance the space – resulting in a playful feeling in the main living area.
Between mixing shapes, materials and colours, the sky is the limit!