Hello, everyone! It's Mari here for Design Shuffle, a fabulous social networking community where interior designers and design enthusiasts can share their interest in the world of interior design.† As part of my job, I often have the wonderful opportunity to visit lovely blogs like My Suite Bliss to share some of the great decorating ideas I've discovered. Those ideas sometimes include organization because storage can be beautiful as well as functional. Today's guest post is about organizing on shelves. We've found lots of clever and decorative ways to get organized and stay that way by using shelves. For your inspiration:
This well-organized closet is totally color-coordinated and looks amazing. I love the orange boxes. Hermes maybe? But, my favorite idea seen here is turning shelves into cubbies for T-shirts and tank tops.
In this vintage kitchen, open shelves hold white dinnerware and serving pieces ready for entertaining. Subway tile adds interest behindthe shelving.
An eclectic array of books and found objects are displayed in this pretty white office space. I love the Panton chair and round zebra rug. Vintage hatboxes add interest on the top shelf.
To be functional and beautiful, shelves need not span the wall. These small white ones look pretty and hold a few decorative objects and boxes for storage.
Do I hear a chorus of be still my heart. This gorgeous shelving and its contents could make a girl swoon. With linens this glamorous, who could tuck them away in a closet? I love the textured storage boxes. I think I'll make this bedroom design mine.
Here we have a dream linen closetómeticulously organized and beautifully color-coordinated. I'm in love--again.
Speaking of dream organization, is it really possible to organize a kitchen pantry to this degree of perfection? It might be difficult to pull an item and disturb this beauty.
Here, just one shelf under a table provides a perfect place to keep current reading obsessions at the ready. The hand-sewn carryalls add beautiful warm color and great texture to this interior design.Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8