They are not just for storing crockery 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, do not miss these 6 proposals.
A BEAUTIFUL STRIPPED CUPBOARD IN THE LIVING ROOM
The cupboards have never been out of date. To its balanced traditional design, with a glazed area to expose the most special crockery and another closed to store the utensils of daily use, its functionality is added, since they help to keep the table services at hand and.
PAINTED BLUE, MATCHING THE WOODWORK
This cupboard is, with the permission of the beams, the great protagonist of this room. And it has been customized so that it is: to its striking blue color, to match the woodwork, is added its interior, which has been covered with a soft pastel green wallpaper that further highlights the decorative objects on display.
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, in addition, 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.
A VERY VERSATILE WOODEN CUPBOARD
This room stands out for its successful mix of styles: with a rustic base, it has opted for a contemporary decoration, with the two straight-line sofas, the lamps or the side table, but without forgetting its essence, with the cupboard, which fills and gives personality to that corner of the room.
A MODERN CUPBOARD THAT LOOKS LIKE A LIVING ROOM FURNITURE
Cupboard or living room furniture? A bit of everything! And it is that as Rae describes, a cupboard is “a closet, generally built-in, with doors and shelves, where various objects are kept”. And although we are used to the cupboards being pieces of style that we associate with a country or rustic decoration, they can also be modernized. And this proposal, which gathers cabinets in the lower part and glassware shelves in the upper part, is a good example.
TWO TWIN GLAZED AND LACQUERED CABINETS
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.