A Man's Home

Smart Storage Options

Want your place to look put-together? Cleaner? Bigger? Of course you do. The easiest way to achieve it is by keeping your stuff organized and stowing away any unsightly piles. Make sure everything has a place and that place should be as stylish as the rest of your home. You don't have to embrace a minimalist's life. Just stash your belongings on some smart shelves or inside a handsome console, cabinet or cart.

Nook Console

This mid-century inspired piece would be ideal in an entryway or office and could work nicely as a media console in a small living room.

$499 at West Elm

Steel Console

This durable set of American-forged steel shelves makes a mean media console but also looks sharp behind a sofa to break up a room.

$399 at Room & Board


Atrium Display Cabinet

Hate to clean? This glass-top cabinet with brushed brass hardware will keep items dust-free and it doubles as a slick bar setup too.

$429 at CB2


Smaller Storage


Metal and wood crates, from $34.99 at World Market


Abaca rope basket, $139
by Rejuvenation


Canvas laundry bin, $100
by Schoolhouse Electric


Galvanized Trunk

Hide large, rarely used items in a trunk like this which looks great parked at the end of a bed or subbing in for a coffee table.

$149 at CB2


Max Wood Bookshelf

Natural wood and hairpin legs give this staggered set of shelves a simple, vintage look.

$189 at Urban Outfitters


Ekby Jarpen Wall Shelf

Don't have a lot of floor space? This modern, wall-mounted shelving is both space-efficient and adds an architectural element to the room.

$74.97 at Ikea


Iron & Mirror Cart

The rugged looks and durable build of this factory-inspired cart mean it can easily be used for your bar, bathroom or kitchen.

$795 at Rejuvenation