How to use storage cubes to organise your life

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How to use storage cubes to organise your life

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Storage cubes are such a versatile solution for any room in your home, allowing you to create a spot for books, linen and so much more. With a few choice accessories, you’ll have brand-new storage solutions to use year-round.

Tools and materials

Flexi Storage Clever Cube 76 x 39 x 76 2x2 cube unit white (bedside table) x 1

Flexi Storage Clever Cube 330 x 330 x 360mm insert – white Hyacinth (two in total) (bedside table) x 2

Flexi Storage Clever Cube 330 x 330 x 360mm insert – water Hyacinth (4 in total) (front door)

Flexi Storage Clever Cube 1 x 4 Storage Unit oak (front door)

Flexi Storage Clever Cube 410 x 760 x 390mm 1 x 2 Storage Unity – oak (bathroom)

2 x Flexi Storage Clever Cube 335 x 385 x 335 Drawer Insert – oak (arts and craft)

Flexi Storage Clever Cube 330 x 330 x 370mm insert with handle (choose from colour selection) – kids storage

Flexi Storage 146 x 39 x 146cm Clever Cube 4 x 4 Storage Unit – white

Storage Cubes

At the front door

Use a long cube at front door for dirty shoes and storage for, 'lay down with cushions on top to create sit down bench seat.'

Storage Cubes

Tidy the kids’ bedrooms

Add baskets to house toys and leave some cubes basket-free to display books. You can also add draw inserts to keep an arts and crafts station tidy. 

Storage Cubes

A versatile bedside table

In a bedroom, add a benchtop to create a bedside table with cube storage underneath

Storage Cubes

Create a tidy bathroom display

In the bathroom, use to display rolled up towels.

Storage Cubes

The perfect cook’s companion

Use in smaller kitchen spaces to store display and functional items like cookbooks and utensils.

Storage Cubes

A crafty solution

Create a craft station in a corner of your home, using a clever cube to store all your materials in one place.

Storage Cubes

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