Stairs are a pretty convenient way to get from one floor of your home to another. But what do you do with that weird wedge-shaped space underneath? You could create a rather awkwardly shaped closet, or, if you want to be really resourceful, put every bit of that space to work with drawers and shelves that tuck neatly under the treads. Check out the way these eleven storage stairs make the most of a small space.
This staircase, spotted on Yatzer, serves as a sort of divider between two rooms. There&#039s storage for dishes on one side, and cabinets for clothing on the other. (The way the second-to-last step extends to become a dining bench is a particularly nice touch.) So let us take a look at top stair small kitchen kitchen storage with 27 pictures below.
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In this Japanese house from Dwell, cabinets and drawers of various sizes take full advantage of the space under the stairs. The numbered cabinet pulls are clever detail.
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In this Manhattan loft from Inside Out, every square inch of space is utilized. Panels under the stairs conceal drawers, a slim broom closet, and some unusually shaped triangular cabinets (which serve quite well for towels and kitchenware).
Stairs get a lot of use in any home. Stair runners protect your steps from all of that traffic, extending the life of the wood stairs or carpet beneath. Stair treads can also help prevent slips caused by wet shoes, and they&rsquore especially good for preventing slips if you have a dog who loves to go up and down stairs. Our exclusive Water Guard floor mats and stair treads work wonders if you live in an area that gets a lot of rain or have a lot of people coming and going. Water Guard rugs and mats come in a variety of patterns, sizes, and colors and protect your wood floors and your family from slips and falls.
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Washable stair treads let you stay ahead of pet hair and keep your steps clean. Low profile carpet for stairs is a good choice for areas that have steps that lead up to a door, like a basement. Make sure your outdoor areas are covered as well with rubber stair treads that adsorb rain and snow, and prevent your family and houseguests from slipping.