Cabinets Can Transform a Space
We all know how important kitchen cabinets are, not only in function but in style as well. It’s one of the first things you notice, and if that’s the case, they need to be an absolute show-stopper. As trends fly in and out, cabinets seem to be the first thing to update in a kitchen, whether it’s the paint color or installing new ones all together. If kitchen cabinets are the most important commodity, then who is to say garage cabinets aren’t? Not only will the function prevail when it comes to our garage cabinets Daniel Island families are requesting, but the style is unmatched. If you want your garage to immediately have an updated, modern, and organized feel, then garage cabinets in Daniel Island are the way to go.
Are Cabinets Right For You?
Let’s key in on the factors that make garage cabinets an absolute necessity. Say, you’re the type of person who has a lot of loose ends, a lot of trinkets. Garage cabinets are perfect for hiding those smaller items away in drawers and containers that you can fit nicely inside the cabinet. You may even be the type of person who wants things to look very clean and put together. Hiding your items away will immensely reduce the look of clutter. If you have an eye for style and understand how easy it is to organize a space with a cabinet, then there’s no question what you should get! Finally, if you are the type of hard worker that wants your own workspace or designated area to complete your projects, our garage cabinets Daniel Island individuals want are your number one choice!
We recently completed a job. Check out how beautiful the cabinets and shelving turned out!
Here’s a quote from owner, Chris Cobb:
Here is an installation from last summer on Daniel Island. The homeowner wanted a wall of cabinetry for his daily items and overhead storage for the long term seasonal items. With the tall ceilings, we were able to go over the garage door with shelving and make good use of otherwise wasted space. The cabinetry spanned the better part of the back wall and a small section of Monkey Bars shelving for storing bicycles. There was a maple butcher block top installed for the work surface.