Winter coats, summer clothes, ski overalls, boots, bags, memories, discarded items: familiar with the list?
Thousands upon thousands of things that need space, but where should you go in a home napkin? The answer is simple: an impressive and comprehensive built-in wardrobe will fit into the apartment even if it seems completely unlikely at first glance. All you have to do is find a corner of the room that does not disturb you, is practically accessible, and even hidden. It can go under a ladder, from wall to wall, unnoticed, or even under a sloping roof in the case of an attic. If someone chooses a good solution, their gold cabinet will look good, and even with a little trick, you can even visually increase the space. We give a little inspiration in the following photos.
8 innovative built-in lockers
If your apartment is small but you need a built-in closet, the following ideas may come in handy in your design: This is how others have placed their gold storage space.
An empty bottle is also valuable!
Coca-Cola launches an awareness campaign on the selective collection of waste. Their bottles in Hungary are 100% recyclable, so they also expect their consumers to do the least amount of waste in nature and recycle as much as possible. The jatek.coke.hu/ A page to help with this, and in the lottery you can play for sustainable gifts.
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