Closet Under Eaves

Many

storage spaces

aren’t perfectly shaped rectangles. But, that doesn’t mean there isn’t great potential for maximizing these usable and often overlooked spaces. In the

eaves,

there is often viable space that is lost when the builder squares off the room or attic.

Sloping ceilings

are one of the biggest challenges to work around when designing workable solutions. This isn’t the only obstacle tucked into these spaces. Often heating ducts or pipes snake through. The first step in taming these hidden resources is to determine the best function for the location. If you need off-season storage for woolens, a

cedar closet

would be a good use for this kind of space. Has your library outgrown your existing bookcases? You could create a cozy reading nook by tucking a
built-in bench
into one of these
under-the-eave spaces
and adding bookcases. Whatever need you have, there is an innovative design solution to help you get the most out of these hidden treasures.

Finish: Antique White

Hardware: Polished Brass

 
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