Custom Cabinetry For (Almost) Every Room in The House BUT The Kitchen

Cabinetry is a necessary part of any room in the house. It provides storage and organization and can also be a decorative element.

While most people think of cabinets as being used only in the kitchen, there are many different types of cabinets that can be used in other rooms in the house. There are many kinds of cabinets that can be useful in almost every room of the house.

These cabinets are available in different finishes and styles to help you choose the perfect cabinets for your home.

Bathroom Cabinets

Bathroom cabinets can store towels, toiletries, and cleaning supplies. Vanity cabinets can transform a bathroom and provide lots of storage space. Some people choose vanities with furniture appeal – that look like actual furniture.

They have legs, drawers, some open shelves, and some even look like antiques. Others choose a more hotel shelf sort of bathroom cabinet, with cubbies that hold rolled towels and other items.

Light-colored bathroom cabinets reflect light, helping your bathroom look bigger. Warm colors also reflect light and make cabinetry look bigger.

Cool colors make the cabinet look like part of the room and less of a feature. Choose a subtle texture if you don’t want the cabinet system to overpower the bathroom.

Laundry Room Cabinets

Laundry room cabinets can be used to store laundry detergent, fabric softener, and other laundry supplies. Depending on the size of your laundry room, you have many different laundry room cabinet options.

A larger laundry room can handle taller cabinets, which are great for storing ironing supplies, and cleaning products and tools. The laundry room can be a place to have a little fun, so some people choose unusual paint colors paired with fun wallpaper to make a whimsical room.

Smaller laundry rooms can still have cabinets. Use the dead space around washers and dryers for slim-lined cabinets to store laundry supplies. If you don’t have a laundry room, and your washer and dryer are in a different room in the house, you can hide them with attractive cabinetry that matches the room they are in.

Garage Cabinets

Garage cabinets can store tools, paint, and other materials. Many people choose inexpensive cabinetry made of plastic for their garages, but they can become brittle over time because of temperature changes.

Manufactured wood cabinets give garages an elevated look while maintaining durability. Choose a layout that matches your needs. You don’t want to put too many cabinets in a garage that needs space for more than one vehicle, lawn equipment, and more.

Cabinets go in the spare space and serve to store items to keep your garage neater.

Home Office Cabinets

Home office cabinets can store files, documents, and other office supplies. But they can be so much more.

In today’s day and age, people work from home and are on camera at home in Zoom calls and presentations. So, having display-type cabinetry behind the desk is a great way to display items that reflect your personality.

You need storage in your home office, so consider your available space and choose office cabinetry that compliments the rest of your home while providing the functionality you need in a home office.

Media Cabinets

Media cabinets can store DVDs, CDs, and other media. Additionally, the furniture you put your TV on or hide within is considered media cabinetry. Ideally, all these cabinets will complement each other.

Some people choose open media cabinetry, and others prefer doors. Still, others choose doors with glass on them to have a finished look, but they can still see what is inside. Either way, it’s essential to select media cabinets you can live with since they’re generally in oft-used parts of the house.

There are many different types of cabinets that can be used in almost every room of the house. They are available in different finishes and styles to help you choose the perfect cabinets for your home.

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