It is easy to underestimate the impact that well designed and executed carpentry can have on a home. Built-ins not only offer beauty and interest, but they also add function to spaces that are underutilized or inaccessible. Take a look at some of the latest ways designers and homeowners are amping up interiors with built-ins.
This standard closet was converted into a makeshift bunk room for extra guests.
This mid-century modern bookshelf and storage unit also doubles as the perfect see-through room divider.
Such a clever way to use that dead space under a staircase. Turn it into Fido’s private hideaway.
I love the trend of using glass and metal for doors in built-ins.
A very narrow space has been transformed into a bar area with custom arched wood doors.
This gorgeously designed storage unit takes center stage in this transitional kitchen.
This cabinet was designed to look like an antique in a newer kitchen.
The Murphy bed has been experiencing a rebirth! Beautiful millwork conceals what is stored behind.
Who doesn’t love a secret door that leads to hidden storage and doesn’t take up wall space?
This stunning bookshelf composed of natural wood and bistro style shelving is the perfect backdrop for a cozy lounge.
Think about converting an old bookshelf to a beautiful, well lit china cabinet.
This kitchen is elevated to the next level with this stunning, glass-fronted storage cabinet.
*All images from pinterest.com