Great Living Room Cabinet Ideas

May 18th

Living room cabinet ideas – Living rooms once existed as a formal place only used for special occasions or important guests. Nowadays living rooms serve as more functional spaces. Create a wardrobe to store your collection of decorative table accents. You may have a collection of shells or dried flowers that are only used during summer or spring. Use the closet for storage and organize the items inside the cabinet based on the season or the occasion when you like to display them. Friends and guests will be impressed by the ease with which you give your salon a new look.

New Living Room Cabinet Design Idea
New Living Room Cabinet Design Idea

Build a bar cabinet to keep alcoholic beverages and mixers on-the-list, but unobtrusive. Make the cabinet high enough to accommodate a variety of shelf heights. Give the bottom shelf the highest height of fifths of the bag and liters of your favorites and those you want in your hand, such as Scotch, gin, brandy and tequila. Include basic mixers such as sparkling mineral water, vermouth and bittersweet so you can drink cocktails like margaritas and martinis. Save space for beverage books to maintain recipes for accessible beverages.

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Cabinets intended to be used above are available in a wider variety of sizes, in part because of the different sizes of appliances, windows and other architectural elements that the overhead cabinets must fit around. There are usually two depths to choose from, 12 or 24 inches, and heights of 12 inches to 42 inches.