Under Stair Storage space is always valuable, especially if you have toys and playground equipment to keep organized. Use the space under a staircase to keep everyday clutter out of the way. To build a wine rack or to create room for winter clothes. You will need a floor under the stairs, a good idea of where the walls are and foam loading and a plan. Decide which direction you will use for access. Locate walls and load-bearing posts. You can open the area under a staircase from the side of the construction of shelves or drawers to a storage area that is very practical for daily use. Or enter the area under a staircase from the back to create a space in the similar closet.
A side access storage area is useful in a basement or on the main floors. Remove the wall, taking care to avoid the studs. If you have to remove the studs, be sure to add a stiffener to each side of the opening, as well as a headboard to frame out your openings for the shelves or drawers. Frame in supports for drawers or shelves using these frames, matching structure along the back wall of the staircase and supporting between the two.
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A staircase cabinet, with entrance from the rear, provides storage for tools and building materials in the basement. Mount shelf supports on the side rails and lay on shelves at the top. Install pin card along sides to hang tools and holders to hold deeper shelves. A door at the back of the staircase can keep small people out.