In the bedroom, kitchen, living room, and even in the laundry area. The built-in closet literally fits anywhere in the house. Beautiful and modern, this type of cabinet still enhances the environment, providing a more clean and neutral aesthetic to the decor.
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Where to use built-in cabinet
The built-in closet can be installed anywhere in the house, including the living room, dining room, kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, and laundry area. But each room will require a different cabinet model and design so that the needs of the location can be met. A tip: be careful with the use of built-in closets in children’s rooms. That’s because children grow up quickly and today’s closet may no longer fit tomorrow.
Therefore, if you choose a built-in closet in the children’s room, prefer a larger project that is capable of serving the child until adolescence.
Advantages of the built-in cabinet
Elegant by nature
The main feature (and difference) of the built-in cabinet concerning other cabinets is the fact that it does not have the side and top structures, only the front.
This makes the closet elegant and discreet in the environment, favoring modern, sophisticated decorations and even those that are simpler, but that value a clean aesthetic.
Another advantage of the built-in cabinet is that it can be completely adapted to your needs, as this type of cabinet is made to order. In other words, you can determine the number of niches, shelves, drawers, and doors in the project, besides, of course, defining the entire aesthetics of the cabinet, including colors, shape, and finishes.
This is very interesting for those who have little space to spare and intend to transform it into a more functional place in their daily lives since the manufacture of custom-made furniture allows for the total optimization of the area.
For any style
The built-in cabinet matches any type of decor, whether rustic, modern, retro, or classic. To do this, just choose the type of material that is most suitable for “closing” the cabinet. Colors are also an impact factor on the final result of the project.
If your intention, for example, is to create a classic built-in cabinet design, go for light, neutral colors. For a rustic built-in cabinet, solid wood doors are a good choice. In a modern project, try neutral colors, whether they are light or dark.
The built-in cabinet saves space and guarantees a feeling of spaciousness in the environment. This is because the furniture’s hidden structure makes it go unnoticed in the environment, creating visually larger spaces.
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