Why Choose Built-ins?
Storage is a common problem for most homeowners, but with effective and clever built-ins, organization is a no-brainer. Because built-ins are custom-made for each space, they maximize every square inch of your home. They can turn empty, unused space into hardworking home offices, drawers, shelves, or even entertainment centers. Essentially, built-in storage units can add hundreds of square feet to your home without the need for renovations.
Modern Bedroom Built-inA complete bed and storage unit comes standard in this master bedroom. A platform, cabinets, and plenty of drawers make this hard-working bed a built-in masterpiece.
A Day in Their ShoesThis floor-to-ceiling shoe shelf hides neatly behind double doors. The white shelves reflect light into the dark cubbies, making every pair easy to see.
Deep DrawersIn this cheery yellow mudroom, deep built-in drawers provide easy storage, and a countertop is the perfect surface for sorting mail and folding laundry.
Crooked NookIrregularly shaped walls and nooks can become functional spaces with a little creativity and a set of built-in bookshelves.
Wash and WearBy adding a countertop and cabinets, this small nook becomes a fully-functioning laundry room. Even though the space is designed for utility, bright egg-shell paint and banister spindles bring in a bit of personality.
Workspace WonderModular, built-in shelving, an ample work surface, and clean-lined cabinets keep everything organized in this study.
Organized OfficeWith the clean design of these custom cabinets and drawers, staying organized and concealing mess are not a problem.
Now You See Them ...We love the idea of appliance hideaways, like these tucked behind sleek, ebony-stained oak cabinets.
Front Row SeatWindow seats aren’t standard in most kitchens, but this little nook makes a perfect perch for prep-time conversations.
Closet OfficeBy installing a few shelves into an unused closet, you can create a perfect home office. The best part about this small space? Folding doors close to conceal your workstation.
Bedroom Breakfast SpotThis clever bar is tucked into a master suite closet. Outfitted with an espresso machine, the spot offers the ultimate breakfast-in-bed treatment.
Double Duty Playroom
A built-in daybed (sized to fit two twin mattresses) makes a comfy sofa in this kids' playroom and also doubles as extra sleeping for guests or slumber parties. Wood paneling mimics the shape of a traditional sofa, complete with arms and a high back.
Small ServiceUtilize every sliver of your kitchen. Here, a pullout pantry transforms an awkward 8-inch space into useful storage.
Modular MiracleReady-made shelving makes this closet a hardworking space with a pullout shoe rack and plenty of drawers and shelves.
Step UpFor the little ones in your life, reaching the sink can be a daily test. This clever kids’ bathroom has a stool built into the drawers.
Cozy NookArchitectural elements add charm to any space, and this built-in seat highlights the beautiful arch above. Lantern sconces and storage bins make this nook feel like a cocoon.
Organization WallThis custom panel provides hooks for storage and a neatly integrated bench.
Built-in Drop SpotAn entryway bench lends extra storage and character. Laundry baskets underneath hold towels or toys, and the addition can multitask as a handy seat or shelf for backpacks, groceries, or boxes.
Deserted IslandA permanent island wouldn’t fit in this long, narrow kitchen. Instead, a rolling custom cabinet adds stowaway utility.
Custom BuffetThis hardworking buffet provides storage for silver and dishware, plus two display cases for treasured collectibles.
Open ShelvingCabinets often frame windows, but in this kitchen, shelves span the opening, which backlights the green and turquoise glasses.
Wall of BooksBooks of all shapes and sizes complement the simple, sleek architecture of this custom bookshelf.
The door to this closet once opened into the room, taking up valuable floor space. By taking off the door and adding a few shelves and simple trim work, this former trouble-spot becomes a studious workspace. A curtain made from hemstitched cotton twin sheets hides a metal filing cabinet below.