white modular storage cubes

According to the Daily Mail, we spend 3,680 hours (or 153 days) in our lifetime searching for misplaced items. On a daily basis, we lose up to nine items and waste a whole lot of time looking for them. That's why storage and organization furniture plays such a pivotal role in our homes. But in addition to keeping our lives organized, your storage cubes can serve another important purpose: adding aesthetic value to your home. Outside of your office space and the kids' rooms, you can use white modular storage cubes to store necessary items and make your house look even better. Here are just a few fresh and innovative ways to use white cube organizers in just about any room.

You can use white modular storage cubes...

  • As a nightstand: Sure, you could buy a conventional nightstand with a single drawer and very little storage space. But replacing it with a four-cube organizer instantly adds a lot more room for books, technological gadgets, toiletries, night masks, TV remotes, and anything you could possibly need. Plus, it allows for more room on top for fresh flowers, a mirror, a bigger lamp, and picture frames. It will also take away the possibility of your nightstand becoming a catch-all for miscellaneous junk lying around the room.
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  • As a bar: Have you always wanted your own cocktail bar but haven't been able to find the space or the right furniture? You can actually use an eight or 12 cube organizer to create a bar in your living room for your next party or casual get-together. Easily store cocktail glasses, mixers, liquor, garnishes, chilled champagne, glass soda bottles, pitchers, stirrers, and straws for all of your needs. You can also use your white modular storage cubes for small appetizer plates, sundae bowls, or milkshake glasses for virtually any kind of entertaining you'll do.
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  • As a room divider: If you live in a studio apartment or have a totally open floor plan, you might still need a little bit of definition to the space. Instead of putting up a physical wall, you can add a 12 or 15 cube organizer to separate one space from another. Not only will this add more storage and give you an interesting way to display knick-knacks and other decor, but it will add a bit more privacy while still allowing you to let light and sound through. This semi-open room divider will act as a non-permanent way to divide a large, open space, giving you the best of both worlds.
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  • As a TV cabinet: Instead of opting for a conventional TV stand or using a heavy piece of furniture for this purpose, why not put together a few white modular storage cubes? They'll keep your television at the proper level, allow for additional DVD storage, and help you hide those unsightly electronic cables. You can even add fabric bins or homemade curtains to keep everything looking neat and tidy. You could also mount your TV to the wall, which would allow you to keep things organized without using the cubes as a stand.
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  • As a home library: For those who consider themselves to be true bookworms, having a home library sounds like a dream. But if you don't have room for built-in shelving, it might seem like an unattainable one. When you stack enough modular cubes, they can become your own little library in no time at all. If you don't have a lot of wall space, you can go vertical and store your favorite books along with small sculptural pieces, candles, and photographs. And if you've got the space to spare, you can create your own sweeping library that combines several cube organizers in one visually stimulating installation. Don't be afraid to get creative!

With white modular storage cubes, the sky is truly the limit. To find out more about using these cube organizers in unique ways, check out our other blog posts or contact us today.