How would today neither ridiculed primitive Sovietinteriors, one idea comes from the past remained undeservedly forgotten. It is an attic. The very idea of storing things under the ceiling is definitely interesting. And in terms of small-sized apartments - even more so. However, we do not suggest you follow the example of designers sovdepovskih, setting a very scary designs, but some similar, but more acceptable ideas can tell.
Shelf above the door
This miniature, open storage engineperform as a purely practical and decorative function, it all depends on which room used this technique. So, for example, in the bathroom a small shelf above the door can become a haven neat closed wicker baskets with fresh towels, or boxes of household cleaning products. If this is a bedroom, the shelf above the door can "grow" down on either side of the door, forming a kind of shelf where you can store all sorts of little things.
Bevels the ceiling and all sorts of niches
Those who are lucky enough to live in your own homewith a loft, doubly lucky, because the spectacular ceiling slants provide a unique opportunity to make original shelves for storage. With regard to the niches that are easier to design during construction, but it is possible in the finished building. The beauty of this solution is that niche withstand any load, so may be safely stored there even the most thick and heavy books.
Rack - is generally a unique design,which, perhaps, save the situation at all times. Even if you do not want to clutter up the wall shelves and niches, you can buy or make to order a special model that will mean keeping things under the ceiling, and below you can easily place all the necessary furniture: a table, a sofa or even a closet.
Furniture to the ceiling
If you are not tempted by an open system storage, all kinds of redevelopment with niches and tricks like the designer racks, but the place it is necessary to save - buy furniture height limit.
A classic example of rational usepodpotolochnye space - sliding wardrobe. Beauty! And a lot of places do not take, and the shelves do not gather dust, and things are hidden from prying eyes. Conventional cabinets up to the ceiling will also work, but they look less impressive.