They are not just for storing dishes or things from country houses or traditional decorations. The cupboards reclaim their space inside the house, becoming a first-rate wildcard to add storage capacity and style in the living room. If you are looking for ideas, don’t miss these 6 proposals.
2. A RUSTIC WOODEN CUPBOARD, THE NOTE OF CONTRAST
In this living room, which stands out for its natural but at the same time modern look, the wooden cupboard is an outstanding piece. In fact, a whole wall cloth has been reserved for him to look without competition. Besides, being close to the dining room can supply this space without problems.
3. A MINT GREEN CUPBOARD WITH A COUNTRY FLAVOR
This cupboard fits like a glove to this living room with a Provencal air, starting with its original color, a pastel mint green. Decorative on its own, besides, it is super useful, because it brings together a lower area of closed cupboards that helps to maintain order, a central part of drawers, perfect for smaller objects, and the showcase, closed with sliding doors. Here it has been used to expose some special pieces of glassware and as a bookstore.
4. A HERITAGE PIECE THAT DECORATES THE LIVING ROOM BY ITSELF
Few pieces but with personality. This is how this room is, where both the coffee table and the cupboard are two recovered pieces that fit perfectly with this country house that, although updated, boasts its past. The cupboard serves as makeshift furniture in the living room while decorating by itself.
5. A CUPBOARD INTEGRATED INTO THE HALL ENTRANCE
This was a very special piece for the owners, so when they moved into this house they took it with them and looked for a place where it would fit almost custom. And the access to the living room was its ideal corner, so you can enjoy this piece from the living room but also from the kitchen through the large window. Lacquered like the walls is lightened.
6. TWO TWIN GLAZED AND LACQUERED CUPBOARDS
In this country house living room, voluminous pieces and asymmetrical distribution have been chosen to visually “fill” a very large space and prevent it from looking soulless. The two twin cabinets that flank the fireplace with a clear vocation for display cabinets contribute to this symmetry.