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Choosing Cabinetry for Your New Home

Cabinets are one of the most powerful ways to bring a room to life and convey the distinct character of your home's interior. High quality cabinetry doesn't just look great — it offers a superb system of organization. Before you build your new home, be sure that you have enough storage space and cabinetry in key rooms like the master bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, great room and laundry room.

This gorgeous two-story with in-law suite features plenty of cabinetry and built-ins to create a functional and flexible interior design.

Kitchen cabinetry is a key ingredient to designing a functional and efficient living space. If you're interested in having taller cabinets, a center island or storage over the refrigerator, now is the time to modify your kitchen design. You might also want to consider enrichment options that reflect your lifestyle and entertainment needs, like rollout shelves, wine racks, plate racks and decorative accessories like crown molding.

To keep a consistent look and feel throughout your home, consider matching your bathroom cabinets with what you've selected for your new kitchen. A raised vanity not only gives your bathroom an extra touch of elegance but also provides additional storage space and drawers.

Your storage needs should be a main consideration when it comes to designing your laundry room, especially since it is typically a smaller space. Consider details like how often you use the room and how many supplies you'll need to store.

Foyer, mudroom and entryway storage solutions are designed to keep everything organized and help make coming and going a breeze. From boots and shoes to coats, wallets, keys and more, smart and efficient entryway storage provides a perfect place for seemingly everything.

Before you begin designing your entryway storage, you need to understand your space and the options it offers. For example, the majority of today's home designs have a simple entry reach-in closet (or coat closet) that's conveniently located near an exterior door. These spaces can easily be reconfigured to house far more than coats. With storage for shoes, multiple rods for organizing outerwear by season and even places for keys, purses and umbrellas, a smartly designed reach-in puts everything at your fingertips when you're ready to leave the house.

Mudrooms are becoming more popular in the home because of their multifunctional use of space. It's the perfect place to dump dirty shoes and boots or shake off a wet jacket or umbrella. A great mudroom should have space for plenty of seasonal and recreational items without ever feeling crowded. Many mudroom designs include a bench to make it easy to put on or take off your shoes.

You can keep your family room inviting and fun but clutter-free with the right cabinetry and furniture to match your needs and lifestyle.