Home Improvement Hacks: New Cabinets are Not Just for Kitchens
When most people think about adding new cabinetry to their homes the kitchen and the bathroom are the rooms that spring immediately to mind. But there are a lot of other places in the home that could also benefit ( a lot) from some extra cabinet space. This can be especially helpful if you are planning to sell your Waterloo Region home as extra, efficient storage is always appealing to buyers.
Here are a few ideas:
Sure your kid has a big closet, but that is probably full of all their clothes. The masses of video games, computer software cases and assorted books, magazines and a myriad of other things tend to live on the floor.
The addition of a set of cabinets will not only give them a place that they can actually store all of that stuff in a reasonably organized manner and keep their room looking more like a bedroom than a bomb site but it will also protect your investment in all those $60 a piece video games that are currently just waiting for someone to tread on and break.
Not everyone who works from home has the luxury of being able to convert a basement, attic or garage into a completely self-contained home office. For many people, a corner of the dining room or that tiny guest bedroom is about all they have to work with.
If your space is limited in this way it is essential that you make the best use of every square foot to create a functional home office to work in. Having a single tall cabinet installed can be a great way to store all of your home office supplies neatly, getting them off your desk and out of your way as well as a big help to your efforts to make your home office look and feel more professional.
If your mudroom or foyer is filled with boots, shoes (mainly odd shoes) coats and other clutter that means you are obviously a little short on storage space. Imagine how much easier your life would be (and how much neater your home would look) with the addition of a good set of storage cabinets that are both functional and stylish.