A lot of us have cupboards in our house stuffed with things that we don’t really need. Some of those cupboards are large and that’s why we’re going to inform you on how you can utilise that space. Get rid of the rubbish, use your imagination, and you’ll be surprised at what you can create.
A reading nook – This is the ideal solution if you’re looking to transform a cupboard in one of the bedrooms.With just a few shelves and a few comfy cushions, you can create a room perfect for escaping.
A play corner – Again, this works well if the cupboard in question is off the bedroom. Children will love the idea of having their own secret space.
A walk in closet – This will save space in your bedroom if you don’t have built in furniture. With a few rails and shelves, you’ll never have clothes all over the bedroom floor again. It could be particularly useful to do this in children’s bedrooms so they’ll have more space to play.
A small office area – Put in a desk, a chair and a few shelves and you’re sorted! Obviously you’ll need to think about the cabling, but it could be possibly to wire an extension lead into the space depending on the location of the cupboard.
A mini wine cellar – If the cupboard’s downstairs, it could be worthwhile transforming it into a wine cellar. Simply put in some wine racks. If you have the cash to do so, you could even put in a wine refrigerator.
Remember to keep in mind that if there isn’t already, you will need to put in a light fixture as otherwise you won’t be able to see anything! It’s also a good idea to make sure that the space has ventilation- you can help with this by either removing the door completely or having it constantly propped open. Enjoy your new space, and let us know if you have any ideas of your own.