Cabinetry Survey

Cabinetry for Other Rooms Survey

Every room in your home can be made more organized,  more functional and more beautiful with high quality built-in cabinetry; whether it is  for your family room, home theater, library, butler’s pantry, bar or game room, sewing or hobby room – you name it!    Bring your thoughts and ideas for your ‘other rooms’ to your Kitchen and Bath Center professional and let us provide the expertise to create exactly what you have in mind.


Other Rooms Assessment Survey
1. What is the primary function of the room you have planned?  (For the family, for entertaining, for additional or specialized storage such as to show off a treasured collection?)


2. If ‘for the family’ is your answer, what kind of activities will take place in the room?
(Built-in’s can provide specialized storage for books, board games or kid’s sports – and even a cozy nook for playing cards or scrapbooking memories.)


3. If you answered ‘for entertaining’ ask your Kitchen and Bath Center designer to create a great wet bar complete with its own dishwasher, surround for your flat screen TV, storage for pool cues, board games or even a mini-kitchen for fixing quick snacks on the spot!)


4. How about specialized storage and workspace for your family’s hobbies? Gardening? You’ll want built-in cabinetry for garden tools and supplies and counters for easy cleanup. Music?  Store instruments and sheet music or CD’s and DVD’s – even treasured old vinyl.  Books? How about glass door library cabinets for visible but dust-free storage? Sewing or Quilting?  Nothing makes your sewing room more handy than plenty of attractive storage for your supplies.  Built-in cabinetry can be personalized for exactly the items you want to keep out of site but not out of reach.  (Here is an important tip:  Note the sizes of items you want to plan built-in cabinetry for and bring this information to your appointment at Kitchen and Bath Center.  Our designers can create what you only imagined when they have all the data you can provide!)


5. Think about the style of cabinetry you would like in your ‘other room.’  It should compliment the furnishings throughout your home, but it need not match another room’s built-ins or furniture. You may want to choose a more casual style for a family or hobby room but use the same wood species.  Or follow the ‘retro’ trend for a fun bar/entertainment area, complimenting the rest of your home by using a similar color palette turned ‘upside-down.’  Whatever you choose for your built-ins, the selections of style, wood species and finishes is almost endless. Kitchen and Bath Center has chosen manufacturers who offer a broad range of choices so you can find one that is exactly right for you! Take time to browse through some of their websites for inspiration.

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