Storage & Organization
We consulted with closet-design pros from across the country to learn the secrets to creating the ultimate storage unit, no power tools required
Reader April Monroe gets help making a fancy file to hold her collection of TOH issues
Packed with clever built-ins, space-maximizing storage, and nifty organizers, these high-functioning mudrooms, pantries, laundries, and potting rooms offer great ideas to streamline daily life
From our new Hammer It Out series: A tall and slender cabinet for provides a handy and attractive place to store barware and display spirits
Join oak lumber with wood dowels to create a modern take on Shaker-style storage.
Adding garage storage with This Old House general contractor Tom Silva
This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to maximize closet space with plywood shelves and boxes
Made to protect a house's entry points, vintage metal grilles can transform into an interesting kitchen fixture
TOH reader Amy Paladino gets help making a tool bench for her garage from TOH general contractor Tom Silva
7 versatile drop-spots for coats, bags, and shoes, each packed with space-saving and clutter-busting ideas to help tidy up your entry
In half a day you can assemble stock lumber and a newel post to create an elegant place to hang your hat
Gaining valuable storage space with This Old House general contractor Tom Silva
Make the most of your space with this this smart, slim storage solution
7 simple DIY projects that can help you carve out clever places to stow everything
It's an awkward corner of the house. Why not make it a space-saving dresser?
How to make the perfect portable workshop, with instructions for parents and kids
Store more, get organized, and add style to your interiors with these space-saving ideas
Use vintage doorknobs and salvaged trim to make a showpiece coatrack in less than two hours
Cabinets stacked to the ceiling and smart built-ins create maximum efficiency in a small space
Reconverting an oversized storage closet back to being a home is like working from a blank slate. On the Bermuda project, that meant figuring out what kind of home it would become — and just how blank the slate would be.
Hobbies, pets, and even recycling can get sorted out in the mudroom. Here are some creative solutions homeowners and architects have come up with for household clutter.
There's untapped potential in any garage to make room for more storage. Here are some rules from the pros.