A selection of amazing alcove ideas for making the best use of tight spaces
Amazing: how an alcove (well, two alcoves) have been used as bookshelves.
Where space is at a premium, making the best use of awkward spaces is a test for most homeowners and tenants. In many cases, having a second or third opinion on managing your home space is a good idea. Anyone could plonk an armchair or television set inside an alcove, though better ideas are available.
Alleviating your alcove angst is A.D. Woodcraft. We have a few ideas for your nook and cranny which makes the best use of your home. Here’s a few ideas.
For a kitchen, this could be used for storing your brooms and cleaning equipment. Or you could use a kitchen nook for storing wines;
In your bedroom, they are good spaces for walk-in wardrobes. With A.D. Woodcraft’s carpentry skills, they can form part of a fitment or a stand alone wardrobe.
For gamers, alcoves are good for storing your computer systems and/or consoles. Space can be created for software, peripherals and other games consoles, if you have more than one.
In the lounge, great bookshelves or entertainment units (as seen elsewhere on our website).
If you have a home based business, an alcove could be handy for storage space, or somewhere to place a computer desk.
In a bathroom, an alcove can be used for your shower.
If you dabble in handicrafts or outdoor pursuits, they come into their own for storing your tools, sports equipment, or art materials.
We at A.D. Woodcraft will discuss your requirements with a free no-obligation quote. For further details, call us on 00 353 85 127 0371, or send us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be happy to help you.