ProSource | 9/20/2015 | Project Tips
Organizational fanatics of the world rejoice! De-clutter your life with none other than your friendly, trusted, long-time friend: cabinets.
We often pigeonhole cabinets into a few standard areas of the house, at least from aesthetic perspective, but with new designs and innovations in style, cabinets are becoming more versatile for a multitude of organization solutions in several areas of the house.
Think of a room - any room - that you wish you could de-clutter. You probably came up with at least three right away. Here’s some cabinet organization ideas that you may be familiar with, and a couple that may not have popped into your mind.
Cabinets For Closet Organization
We always think of closet organization systems and some of us - ahem, ladies - may secretly and seriously covet an amazing closet. We do not, however, normally associate cabinets as part of a closet design system.
But take a look a look at some of the more high-end customized closets out there and you will find that there is oh so much more that can be done with cabinets than just a menial closet organization system.
Shelving, hutches with glass doors to display the most miraculous collection of shoes you’ve ever seen, crown molding, and window seating are just a few of the high-end touches you’ll see in closets these days, not to mention chandeliers and islands with built-in storage as well as vanities.
Cabinets For Laundry Room Storage And Mud Rooms
The laundry room is probably not at the top of the list when you think of rooms that you want to spend time in, but if you have to be there, why not make it a joyous space?
There’s so much you can do with cabinetry to spice up a bland laundry room. Beautiful cabinets, drawers, open-faced shelving, functional table and counter space for folding laundry, laundry basket storage, built-in retractable drying racks and sinks are just a few of the organizational features that you can implement in your laundry room to create a space that is as pleasing to the eye as it is functional.
If your laundry room also doubles as a mud room, then shoe and coat storage are an additional bonus.
Cabinets For Kids’ Playroom
There’s no room in the house that feels like more of a struggle to keep “neat” than the playroom. Depending on where it’s located, you may be familiar with the impending attempt at making it look clean and organized when company comes over. And what about all those times you organized everything and ten minutes later, your munchkin has pulled it all back out again?
Using cabinets in the play room as an organizational device can be one of the best decisions you make, because not only can you put everything away, you can keep it out of the hands of the little ones when you don’t want them to be in it.
Tall shelving for things that shouldn’t be reachable and cabinets with doors (and perhaps child safety locks) to keep clutter out of sight and out of mind - locked away behind beautiful wooden doors instead of rainbow colored plastic bins. The best playroom is the one that you can’t really tell is actually just a playroom.
Whatever your cabinet needs are any room in the house, ProSource carries a variety of styles. Just take a gander at the online catalog and save images of your preferences to the myProSource Project Center to share with your friends and, of course, your trade professional. You can also visit your local showroom to see for yourself, and start your project today.
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