A spot that’s dedicated to you and all of your interests or hobbies can be a welcome sanctuary from the world for a while. Here are a few simple tips to get started on planning an escape right within your home: Love arts and crafts? A separate room for this purpose will also help prevent the kitchen or dining table from becoming the wrapping station or make-to creative center, thus allowing these areas to retain their original focus. Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. features storage and expansive countertops, providing ample space to create projects that help decorate both the home’s interior and exterior (or simply to unwind and relieve stress).
A den, basement (or section of one) or garage can be transformed into any type of man cave for males; there’s no set rules, for man caves come in all shapes and sizes, from rowdy spots for sports fans to workshops decked out with the latest tools of a particular trade. Decor can consist of trophy displays from hunting trips or logos of favorite sports teams emblazoned all over the place-or nothing at all. No spare room or basement available? The garage is a good option; with certain spots for tools, lawn care products and that car or motorcycle collection, this area can meet the same needs as a traditional man cave.
Limited space? Want or need to share a specialty room? Create a spot that will accommodate both your interests. Working as a team, the right accessories, storage material, etc. can be found. A creative room from Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. offers more than 600 door styles, wood styles and combinations; the result is a chance to combine two rooms, such as the craft room and man cave into a dual sanctuary in which both of you can be content.
Does the thought of even getting started seem daunting? The experts at Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. have three easy-and inexpensive-suggestions to make it less so: Consider some sliding shelves, drawers and baskets-They’ll help you organize tools or crafting accessories while also providing easy access to the items you’ve tucked away. Accessory racks and holders, cubby inserts and hooks for coats or tools will keep them off of other furniture (where they can pile up and detract from the workspace). And don’t forget to install a charging station in a drawer for phones or other handheld devices. Power and docking stations can easily hide these items, yet keep them easily accessible (Source: “Make a Great Escape with a Specialty Room for you” by Family Features and Wellborn Cabinet, Inc.-Vindy Homes-The (Sunday) Vindicator, February 7, 2016).