Cabinets are one of the essential pieces of furniture in any modern day house. A lot of our clothes, shoes, books, etc. require dedicated storage spaces, an absence of which can contribute to your house being very messy and untidy. Although essential, cabinets typically consume a lot of space, this not only leads to reduced space for other activities, but many a times, a badly designed cabinet can be an eye-sore in an otherwise perfectly designed house.
Hence, to help you with this predicament, we have sorted for you 10 cabinet designs that offer ample of storage space but at the same time are smartly camouflaged in their surrounding settings. Take a look to know more…
The architects have smartly camouflaged the wardrobe in its setting by installing it in the wall niche and then coating it with a similar finish as that of the surrounding walls.
Designing the cabinets in a manner that they resemble an artistic element can be a very good option. In this bedroom the architects have installed a collage of mirrors on the face of the cabinet to give it a nice designer look.
As seen in this example, wardrobes of suitable thicknesses can be a very good option to provide space separation.
When we look at this room we imagine this space to be relatively huge. However, what you actually see is the reflection from the mirror fixed on the wardrobe, the entire illusion is made more effective by the slightly angled positioning of the wardrobe.
This room is provided with a wardrobe that spans across the entire facade of the wall. The design of the wardrobe is such that it also accommodates within it the main entry door.
This cabinet is installed in the niche and is camouflaged with the mirror installed on its shutters.
The space below the staircase in most cases stays vacant and unmaintained. Installing a cabinet below the stairs not only allows you more space but also a clean and well-maintained area.
In the case of a really small room, you can think of a cabinet as seen here. The cabinet spans above the bed in such way that it creates a neat niche for the bed to be inserted in.
With its clean white finish and large sliding doors, this cabinet adds a distinct minimalist charm to the entire setting.
Attics if used correctly can offer us decent amounts of space to accommodate a wardrobe. This wardrobe is installed perfectly in the space below the sloping roof in such a way that when its shutters are closed it practically disappears.
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