Living inside the city proper typically provides a more vibrant lifestyle than living along the outskirts. However, there are plenty of drawbacks to residing in the heartbeat of a metropolitan: The traffic congestion, the hustle and bustle, the noise pollution … and the lack of closet space. (Seriously.) No matter if you’re living in New York apartment or in a Colonial Charleston home, storage is an issue with nearly every old building.
So for his latest contributing ideabook for design website, Houzz, S.C.L. creator Jonathan Baker explains how he uses items such as luggage, vinyl albums and vintage golf clubs to make his Castleberry Hill loft more storage friendly, while also telling a story. Click here to see more.