Furniture for Storage – Upcycling #3

It’s time for another look at clever upcycled furniture. Furniture that’s morphed into something altogether more useful from a basic hulk of old or seemingly obsolete homewares. So read on for some more ideas where creative alteration, decoration and inspiration come together to create furniture that’s both useful and attractive…

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From the Storage Vault – part 1

It’s new feature time. And there’s no more worthy topic than the unusual items, superstar customers, exceptional entrepreneurs and iconic objects that are, have been in, or used storage in one of our stores. Now you’ll might know that ABC Selfstore started life in Camden in 1993. In fact our York Way store was one of London’s very first […]

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Storage for eCommerce & Homepreneurs

You can’t move at the  moment for positive stories about the economy being properly on the mend, how we all have more money in our pockets and more people than ever are (metaphorically) singing hi-ho, hi-ho, it’s off to work we go… In amongst all that good news, Enterprise Nation’s 2014 Home Business report puts the figure of self employed […]

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Self Storage Insurance – Improving Service and Saving Time

Your stuff is important to you, which stands to reason really – if it wasn’t you wouldn’t have it and wouldn’t need somewhere to store it. That importance you have might come from financial value, recreational enjoyment or even sentimental attachment. In much the same way as you would insure the contents of your home, all reputable storage operators make […]

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St. Pancras: “the one who holds everything”

St Pancras International Railway Station is often mentioned in the same breath as King’s Cross, despite it being an entirely separate railway terminus. It’s in the London borough of Camden, directly across the street from its more Regal sounding sibling and down the road from our Camden branch on York Way. You might remember our October blog when we […]

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