Continuing the cabinet tour, we head to the mudroom. We have a short bench to collect things as we come in the door from the garage, along with a tower cabinet where we’ll store some pet supplies. There’s storage in the drawers under the bench as well as the super cubbies up top.
In the sunroom, I’ve got a cabinet for our sink which will give me counter space for dyeing yarn. But the lower left cabinet will house our video equipment keeping wires and cords out of sight. Thank goodness for RF (radio frequency) technology.
The bathrooms are pretty basic, but still very nicely done. This is the guest bathroom.
And this is the master bath. I like that both Robert and I will have our own set of drawers.
In the master bedroom, we added built in’s around the window for shelving, seating, and storage. Fred is going to love sleeping in that window.
Our laundry room is also very efficient. Lots of cabinet storage for cleaning supplies as well as dog food and such, as this is Jed and Cory’s room as well.
We’ve got a short hanging rack (all we ever drip dry is Robert’s Hawaiian shirts) and shelves to store the clothes baskets, with additional closed cabinets up top for extra storage. And why are these units not all the way to the floor? Because underneath are the doggie condos. Jed and Cory will both have a bed in one of the cubbies to give them a safe and comfortable place to sleep. After all, they’re family, too.
I have access to the deep corners of the end cabinets, and some display space in the uppers for my Disney and St. Louis Cardinals collections.
It’s so exciting to see them installed and come together like we imagined! This week they’ll be measured for the countertops. We’re getting closer and closer to being finished!