A little later than usual this morning, apologises had a disturbed night - 2 guys on bikes tried to kick the front door down at 2am in the morning. Woke to lots of thuds (luckily it was bolted) so they couldn't get in but the nerve of it!Â Same thing happened two years ago when I got back in the early hours after filming and forget to bolt the door and they got in andÂ grabbed my bag with everything in. Since the police told me this kind of crime is on the rise since so many people leave stuff in the hall I've bolted and removed anything valuable from the area. Anyways lets talk about nice things. More thank yous fromÂ me for allÂ your art suggestions, I haven't published all of your suggestions as I plan to go through them all today and then I will. Very grateful thank you guys. Whether you have a big space or teeny tiny space storage is always an issue. I for one don't have enough of it- not being the most practical designer on earth I remember vehemently saying no to endless cupboards, boring snoring! The trouble with shoving everything behind closed doors is that it takes the room (in my humble opinion anyways) down a notch. So I do open plan storage a lot, am forever on the hunt for dressers old and new to put stuff in. Or oodles of shelves believe me you don't have to have the coolest collection of say crockery or home made granola in jars to pull it off. I've got a heap of apple crates in the kitchen housing recipe books, the 2 M's food and storage jars simple as that. Some images below to illustrate my point: Storage in my pad â cheap as chips apple crates which houses everything and anything. [caption id="attachment_5205" align="aligncenter" width="560"] Photography Graham Atkins Hughes[/caption] Storage in my sisters pad â shelves painted the same colour as the walls-Â its one of our biggest decorating tricks. It elevates everything on it making it look and feel way more expensive than it really is!. [caption id="attachment_5206" align="aligncenter" width="560"] Photography Graham Atkins Hughes[/caption] Some neat little storage ideas I found over on Pop Sugar â tables with secret hidden storage, a super cool bike hook, wine storage and some snazzy hooks. See you donât have to have everything behind closed doors after all!