cabinetry for your other rooms

Cabinetry For The Other Rooms in Your Home

When it comes to cabinetry, think of them as building blocks. These building blocks can help create different shapes and formations to create almost any function you need. So with cabinetry, we like to go beyond the kitchen and bath and utilize these blocks and create spaces for other rooms in the home as well! Interested in learning about these types of spaces? Then continue reading below!

Laundry Room

The laundry is a great place to start with cabinetry for other rooms. I mean, it makes sense! We like to install the upper cabinets a little higher than normal to create better room for folding laundry. In addition, the cabinets are great for storing linens, towels, detergents, cleaning supplies and more. The best part about designing laundry rooms? Is that you can design it to however you want!

cabinetry for your other rooms

Garage

The garage is a “room” in the house that often goes unnoticed. The garage is notoriously known as becoming the catch-all for everything and anything. We like to store our seasonal decorations, paper towels, tools, and much, much more in this space! Garages are great, but having good storage makes them even better!

cabinetry for your other rooms

Pantry

The pantry is a space that also becomes a catch-all for anything food related. And without a good organizational system, you very much expect to have a mess. But with cabinetry, you can customize your pantry (in this case, a butlers pantry) to have a mixture of cabinetry and open shelving.

cabinetry for your other rooms

TV Unit and Living Room

If your kitchen is open to the living room, a great way to coordinate the two is the match the cabinetry. In the example below, the kitchen is directly behind the photographer. So matching the cabinetry, simply made sense. here we’ve mixed and matched open shelving, cabinets, and drawers.

cabinetry for your other rooms

Mudroom

The “mudroom” unit has become increasingly popular, especially among families with young kids. The mudroom unit typically compromises of low base cabinets, a wall panel with hooks and places to hang coats, then it’s topped off with a lower upper cabinet of sorts.

cabinetry for your other rooms

Well, that’s a wrap for us and cabinets in other spaces. Although we’ve only mentioned a few, there are several other spaces that would do wonders with cabinetry as well!

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