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Stylish storage for hoover, mop etc?

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OneWithTheForce Sat 11-Feb-17 19:31:42

I live in a new build which of course has no storage! hmm my hoover, mop, steamer, floor brush and carpet shampooer just get moved from space to space according to where I last used them. I have a very large kitchen with lots of wall space so have thought about getting a tall cupboard type thing that could store all these cleaning things but doesn't look too industrial or "wardrobey". All my wood work is white so would prefer something that will match. Not massively pricey if possible.

Does anyone have any ideas where I can look for something that fits the bill? I had a look on ikea website but couldn't see anything although I find their website confusing for some reason confused

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User446 Sat 11-Feb-17 21:37:13

Hi there, not the cheapest option but have you considered getting the cabinet makers back to replicate the pantry cupboard or something similar? We wanted our house to flow so have done matching cupboards for our kitchen in our hallway - this stores all our linen, Hoover etc. Not too expensive either.

OneWithTheForce Sat 11-Feb-17 22:21:44

Ooh there's an idea! I hadn't thought of that.

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Toottootcar Thu 16-Feb-17 17:37:18

In Ikea you could basically get a PAC wardrobe with doors (or door) of your choice, but leave it empty inside instead of putting rails and shelves in. Some of the doors look very kitcheny to me,

purplefishy Sat 18-Feb-17 11:48:21

I live in a new build too. I am lacking in kitchen cupboards and wanted to more so I managed to track down the kitchen manufacturer. They will sell to the public if you already have there units.

I found this by googling the colour name of my units.

If your new home is a Barratt home let me know and I will pass the website to you. I was surprised how reasonable the supplier was and at least it will be a perfect match

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