The Most Obvious Solution for Creating Concealed Storage (It Still Works!)
If I tried to introduce you to the concept of using curtains as a way to create concealed storage, you’d likely consider me condescending (she thinks I don’t know how curtains work?) or just dumb (it seems doubtful she gets out much).
So let me state for the record that I am not trying to introduce you to the concept of using curtains as a way to create concealed storage.
I’m merely trying to open your mind to the fact that the method can be done without the whole thing looking sloppy, or strangely kitch-farmhouse.
In many cases, I find, people poo poo the possibility of curtains providing them the concealed storage they yearn for because they assume the curtains’ presence will advertise the very thing they’re attempting to make more obscure. THESE ARE CURTAINS I HUNG TO HIDE THE SHIT HAPPENING BEHIND, they fear the end result will read.
I will now use the examples gathered below to illustrate that curtains can, in fact, be used effectively and, on top of that, stylishly, to conceal your storage spaces.
Image credit: BHG
Image credit: Luke Gibson Photography
Image credit: photography by Lisa Cohen & Polly Wreford
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Image credit: Apartment Therapy
Image credit: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
It might also interest you to know that at this point in composing the post (the end) I’m just now experiencing de ja blog, which possibly means I’ve already written about this very topic before, or that I’m going senile, or some combination of the two.
(Pretend it’s a concept brand new, won’t you?)
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