3 ways cabinets make their way from the kitchen and bath into other living spaces.
Happy 2017! A new year brings with it the desire to look back and see where we’ve been as well as a desire to make a new start and look ahead. I love reading other design blogs predicting upcoming trends for interiors as well as fashion. But I also love to see how individuals take style trends and make them uniquely their own. A great way to personalize your living space, as well as organize it, is with cabinetry. These cabinets look great in your kitchen and bath, but they also look great in other living spaces.
DOUBLE-DUTY DINING ROOM
Make the space between your kitchen and dining room a little more open-concept with a double-sided china display cabinet. These peninsula cabinets from Waypoint Living Spaces® have doors on both sides. This door style with glass inserts lets the natural light shine through. You can also select glass shelves and interior lights for an even more dramatic one-of-a-kind piece.
Who doesn’t need more storage in the living room? These built-ins flank a custom fireplace mantel, and are all made with Waypoint® cabinetry. The style is very versatile – imagine changing the cabinet finish to a fresh Painted Linen. The setting becomes a modern farmhouse full of Fresh Character or a Refreshingly Relaxed rustic beach cottage. The opportunities are endless to make the room uniquely yours.
BEDROOM BUIT-IN ARMOIRES
These floor-to-ceiling armoires create a frame for the bed and make a focal point of the artwork hanging above it. They provide much-needed extra storage, but take up a much smaller footprint than multiple bureaus or dressers. Place a couple of small, unique nightstands in front to soften the symmetrical feel and add your own personal design style.
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As lead Kitchen and Bath Designer for Waypoint Living Spaces®, my goal is to become a partner and support you in the creation of beautiful living spaces. As a busy mother of two, I have a true understanding and appreciation for a well-designed, functional space. That's why I'm here - to deliver expert support and content that makes your job easier. Together, let's achieve exactly what you have in mind!
Jennifer LeMarr, CKBD
Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer
What type peninsula cabinet was used in your “Looking Outside the Box”, photo of the built china cabinet between the kitchen and living room? They look to be deeper than 12”, but that is the only depth of peninsula cabinet I can find in your specification booklet.
If you used the wall peninsula cabinets, did you just add a toe kick to the bottom cabinets?
Do you offer a base peninsula cabinet that is deeper than 12”?