10 Great Ideas for Under Stairs

10 Great Ideas for Under Stairs

Have you often wondered what to do with that space under your stairs? It may not seem like much but there’s actually much you can do with that space with proper planning.  And now for your inspiration:


















1. You can never have too much storage! Under the stairs is a great way to solve those lack of storage problems. Photo: midwestliving.com


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2. Under the stairs is a great space to tuck away a much needed office.

Photo:  Courtesy of starcraftcustombuilders.com    Aristo Kraft Cabinetry










3. Storage & pantry space for your kitchen.



4. Finding space under your stairs for an extra bathroom is a stroke of genius. It not only solves a problem, adding an extra bathroom but will add value to your home.



5. Wondering what to do with all those extra wine bottles you have? Stash them under the stairs. Found on the decoist.com


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6. Or better yet, create a bar including a bar sink in that space. From BHG










7. A creative spot to tuck that TV & some knick knacks away.



8. A bed under the stairs could solve the guest bedroom problem or not enough bedrooms upstairs.


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9. If you can’t find someone in your house, look for them in this cozy reading nook. Someone could be here for hours. Found on floatproject.org


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10. How fun is this? This is every kids dream to have a tree house but in your own house? Under the stairs is a popular spot for play houses.


The bathroom #4 and The bar including the bar sink #6 get my vote for Adding The Most Value to your Home.

#10 Gets my vote for being the cutest.

What is your favorite?


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