As we move past the year that was 2020, reflection of what customers are looking for in a home is at its peak. With many families working and learning from home, the potential of having flexible creative spaces has peaked on everyone in the design community’s radar. What better a creative task, than to reimagine better ways for everyone in a family to work, learn and create from home? Designing and planning custom cabinetry, shelving and millwork in a flex space that extends off a home kitchen is critical to the success of such a space.
A few things to consider:
Storage and Accessibility: What are you wanting to store, what are you wanting to display? Are you a minimalist, or do you want to have family creations available for viewing? Are you looking for a space that is accessible, or are you wanting to be able to close it off? What items do you need accessible? Custom cabinetry allows many options for items including technology to be hidden away and incorporation of modern necessities like charging stations, hidden cords, device storage, etc.
Proximity: to the kitchen. In our experience, close proximity to the kitchen is important. This home was designed pre-pandemic and the need for working from home capacity was not yet on the radar.
We hope this inspires you to think outside the box when it comes to your main floor or kitchen renovation. Contact Contour Cabinets for specialty cabinetry and millwork, and we can help make this space a reality.
- Luke and Adam