one Make corner shelves for jewelry

The space behind the door can be used for small corner shelves. Make hooks on them and store hanging jewelry or a small box with them. By the way, a narrow and compact secretary box will also fit behind the door. These are also convenient to use for storing rings, earrings and other important little things.

Storage of jewelry behind the interior door

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2 Decorate narrow book shelves

Children’s books will successfully fit on narrow shelves — as a rule, they are thin and will fit perfectly into such a storage system. Look at these shelves that the hostess of the house made with her own hands. You can repeat her experience — just find suitable wooden planks and paint them, and then hang them on the wall behind the door.

3 Make a rack with shelves in a niche

If you have a convenient niche behind the interior door, make shelves inside and use it as a rack for storing books and accessories. By the way, the owner of the house pasted over the wall inside the niche with the remnants of wallpaper. It turned out a stylish accent solution in the room, which you can take note of.

Rack with shelves behind the door photo

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four Put up a ladder for storage

Such ladders have become very popular in recent years. They can be used to store home textiles (plaids or towels), as well as paperback books and magazines — just hang them open on the railing. And of course, due to its small size, the ladder will fit behind the interior door and will not interfere with opening it.

Decorative storage ladder behind the door

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5 Store your ironing board

The biggest difficulty in self-repair and interior design is to find a place for all household trifles. One of those “uncomfortable” things is the ironing board. If you are still looking for a place in the apartment for her, consider that the problem has already been dealt with. Hang a board from several hooks on the wall behind an interior door and it won’t be visible during the daytime when the door is open.

6 Hang the rails

On the rails you can store scarves, ties, even shoes with heels — they will hold on due to a small partition. A very convenient and functional solution, especially for small apartments where there are no dressing rooms.

7 Organize your collection

Caskets, books, paintings, postcards — if your collection is still gathering dust on the shelves of a rack or stored in a mess in drawers, it’s time to get it out and place it on narrow wooden shelves. For example, this girl placed her collection of wooden boxes with hand-made patterns on the shelves.

eight Set up a narrow shoe rack

It’s a great idea for small rooms to put a narrow shelving unit outside the door and store your shoes there. Due to the small depth of the locker, the door opens easily. What can not be said if there was an armchair or a standard-width cabinet in that corner.

9 Organize the storage of handicrafts

If you are into needlework and hand-made, you probably know how much effort it takes to keep everything in order and quickly find the right one. You will definitely like this idea with a narrow shelving behind the door.

Storage of handicrafts outside the door

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