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I always love the extra storage, seating and character you can add with built ins!

Slivers of Space Storage

Think there's no way you can pack another inch of storage into your house? Think again and explore these overlooked spots that can provide a sliver of storage just where you need it. Plus, BHG contributor and Apartment Therapy founder Maxwell Ryan gives his tricks for carving out more storage from every room.

Because this bookcase door surround is mostly whites/neutrals, the space does not look cluttered. Lovely idea for finding storage in a tiny home.

Because this bookcase door surround is mostly whites/neutrals, the space does not look cluttered. Lovely idea for finding storage in a tiny home.

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coogee house, habitusliving. like the lighting

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A renovation by Michael Bechara Design simultaneously updates this Sydney home while underscoring it's deco charm.

Justine & Angus Cook Up Some Style in Toronto -- House Tour

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Use small wall around door for books!

Georgian country house

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You can also run a shelf over the top of the window from one bookcase to the other. This makes an excellent display area for collectibles, which gives a very “finished” feel to the design. Once the seat, bookshelves and frame are done, simply buy a foam cushion for the seat itself, cover it with the fabric of your choice and you’re done!

DIY: Build a Window Seat with Bookshelves - trulysavvy.net

You can also run a shelf over the top of the window from one bookcase to the other. This makes an excellent display area for collectibles, which gives a very “finished” feel to the design. Once the seat, bookshelves and frame are done, simply buy a foam cushion for the seat itself, cover it with the fabric of your choice and you’re done!

Living room/library with built-in bookcase and Tudor arch fireplace surround --Alistair and Fiona Erskine's 17th century home -- Period Living

Making Your Dream Home a Reality | Real Homes

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Shelves around door - Mary Carol Garrity Spring Home Tour 2012

Mary Carol Garrity Spring Home Tour

After visiting Mary Carol Garrity's home last autumn, I knew I had to go back for her spring tour. Ready for some eye candy? Mary Carol is a gracious hostess, greeting everyone at the front door. I'm always too bashful to ask for a picture. In a time when chippy, distressed painted furniture is EVERYWHERE, I love that Mary Carol's style is traditional at heart (although I'm not really sold on that slipcovered chair). I love this little nook she carved out of the foyer. And if there is one…

I kind of like the idea of folding shutters to separate a room (e.g. my teaching area)

Vivir en un parque natural

Cuando quieres una casa en pleno bosque, la naturaleza te pone a prueba. Esta aventura incluyó buscar un pozo de agua y acostumbrarse encuentros fortuitos con jabalíes

Photo credit Jonah Samyn for Wonen Landelijke Stijl Februari-Maart 2010

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Home tour eye candy, part 2

Hey hey all! How are ya? I’m back with the second part of the home-a-rama tour I visited last week. I showed you the first two homes (including my favorite) last Friday, and today I have three more. Sit down with some coffee cause there are a TON of photos! The third house was the most modern design of all of them and I actually quite liked it. It is a beautiful home: I knew the inside would match and I loved most of the interior design as well. The front living room had gorgeous wood beams…