Small shutters – Whether you have a large shutter with a built-in bench or smaller shutter at the end of a hall or gallery, this area can provide a perfect location for storage or utility use. You do not need to change your home to include a built-in, either; Simple, cheap furniture can maximize the use of these small areas. Consider the window’s space and your needs when deciding what to put in these small spaces.
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In the bedrooms and dining rooms, drawer space is a big use for the area under your small shutters. Wide, shallow boxes underneath high dining shutters are excellent for storing tablecloths and serving dishes. In the endowed bedroom shutters, a chest of drawers or built-in drawers can greatly increase storage space for children or guests.
Smaller display areas require less storage ideas; the simplest of these are shelves. If you have the right measure according to your shutter, cheap pressboard shelves from a department store is the easiest and fastest solution. If the space below your small shutters is an odd size, you can build your own little shelf. Sometimes you have an exceptionally deep space under a window that is inconvenient to access. Using lazy Susan and extractor units can take all the space for you, while organizing and hiding your mess.