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Inside Self-Storage Publishes Darlings of Design Image Gallery Focusing Facility Offices, Retail Space

Inside Self-Storage (ISS) has published a new online image gallery, “More 2015 Darlings of Design: A Showcase of Stunning Self-Storage Interiors.” The free presentation provides viewers with a visual tour of self-storage interiors, highlighting examples of inspiring office design and retail space. Provided by developers, management firms and property owners, the photos demonstrate how management offices for self-storage are now modeling a high-end look previously reserved for high-end office buildings and hotels.

Inside Self-Storage (ISS) has published a new online image gallery, “More 2015 Darlings of Design: A Showcase of Stunning Self-Storage Interiors.” The free presentation provides viewers with a visual tour of self-storage interiors, highlighting examples of inspiring office design and retail space. Provided by developers, management firms and property owners, the photos demonstrate how management offices for self-storage are now modeling a high-end look previously reserved for high-end office buildings and hotels. 

The gallery can be viewed at www.insideselfstorage.com/galleries. Past design galleries, as well as galleries on other storage topics, can be viewed through the same page. ISS published a corresponding image gallery highlighting self-storage exteriors in August, focusing on building techniques and materials, architecture elements, innovative site layout and other design components.

For nearly 25 years, ISS has provided informational resources for the self-storage industry. Its educational offerings include ISS magazine, the annual ISS Expo, an extensive website, the ISS Store, and Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community.

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