2 clever ways cabinets will transform a dining room
Cabinets in a dining room? Yes, it was exactly what we said. It may sound very obvious for some to use this kind of furniture pieces in a dining area, but believe us, it isn’t. There are two (more) kinds of people in the world:
- The ones who use cabinets in a dining area just because they grew up seeing it in their family dining rooms, and not actually due to a specific (and useful) reason.
- The ones who believe that there’s no sense – at all – in using cabinets in a dining area…
Being part of either one of these groups, this article you’ll help you to find a purpose for cabinets as dining room furniture. You’ll be a changed person in the end.
So, why should you use a cabinet in a dining room? Let’s have a look at the advantages:
Well, first things first. Usually, people feature cabinets with glassed doors in their dining areas, what doesn’t help at all. Whoever does that, does it wrong for this tiny little reason: the storage capacity will be decreased. Why isn’t a glassed cabinet design a good choice, you ask… Once you’ll see everything that’s on the cabinet through the glass, you will choose just a few pieces to be exposed: you can’t just put everything there on a stack because it will look horrible and messy, right?
So, why not to buy a modern cabinet with no glassed doors? This is the perfect way to store all the crockery and tableware that doesn’t fit in the kitchen anymore. With solid doors, you can store everything you need (new or old, fine or awful), at least until the moment you’re not being able to close the doors anymore.
- Home bar
Here’s an idea that we love. Why don’t you take advantage of your cabinet to create a bar? The best of this concept is that you can use it to storage (like we explained above) and as a bar at the same time if you prefer, because you’ll only need the top of the cabinet to create your home bar.
Ask all your friends and family to come over because your dining room will be the coolest and most glamorous of them all. How fancy would it be to serve your friends a digestive drink after dinner, using your new, original bar?
Simple tips that are capable of changing an entire a room. Are you giving it a try?
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