combining form and function with stairs and drawers

I don’t know why anyone hasn’t done this before.  Most people do not utilize the space underneath stairs very efficiently, and you could really hide some stuff in there.  With my shoe collection, I’d be almost full…okay maybe not.  But for old antiques or books or really anything you don’t need to access too often, this would be great.

The link also has instructions on how to build them yourself.  I would imagine you’d need a good knowledge of carpentry so that these don’t look terrible.  And if you found a way to properly latch/lock them without being too noticeable, you’d have something pretty unique going on.

Links to AT:SF, the how to and the original makers.

And if you haven’t made that upside down bookshelf yet, you amateurs may want to start there first…

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