A Wall Unit for Every Room

You need more space in your home, but when it comes time to narrow down what you need the space for, you can’t quite pin it down. 

Did we read your mind? 

If so, we have the perfect solution—our versatile and popular custom wall units! A wall unit can be built to fit your space and can be designed to hold whatever you need it for. 

Here are just a few of the most common uses we see. 

A Wall Unit as a Media Center

The living room tends to be the most centralized location in the home. Whether you’re watching a movie with the family or cheering for your favorite team, having a media center gives everyone a focal point to gather around. 

If you have a gamer in the family or a music or movie aficionado, media centers can provide much-needed storage for gaming systems, games, and your favorite DVDs or vinyl records. Plus, media centers are great for displaying photos, cherished collectibles, and other items you want to proudly display. 

Floating wall unit with entertainment center

For an airy look with functionality, try a floating shelf system that frames your wall-mounted TV. This option allows for ample shelf space for displays while giving you closed storage for more personal items. This design is space-saving with a modern twist.

A Wall Unit as an Entryway Organizer

For adults returning home after a day at the office, the last thing you want to do is come home and tidy up. Having a wall unit built into the entryway of your home makes it easy to hang up your coat and work bag while having a cubby space to store your shoes so everything is ready to go in the morning. 

For children, sporting gear and backpacks not only clutter up your home, but when they get tossed around all over your home, there’s a good chance you’ll have to go searching for them at some point. A wall unit that includes hooks for backpacks can ensure your kids make it to the bus stop or practice on time. 

Custom mudroom with custom storage in white cabinets

A Wall Unit as a Library

You don’t need a large home or even an extra room in your home to have your own library. A wall unit can be built to fit into a corner of a room as a cozy reading nook. You can also consider having a wall unit built against a spacious wall if you have a lot of books to display. A wall unit will showcase your collection and keep your books protected. 

When it comes time to start the design process, there are a few things to take note of:

  • How many books do you have?
  • What are the dimensions of your larger books?
  • Should the books be easily accessible to children?

Library media center in livingrokm with wood finish

Once you share this information with your designer, you can rest assured knowing your library will fit your needs with some extra space for your collection to grow.

Reach out and schedule a free consultation so we can chat more about your custom wall unit and make a plan to bring your vision to life! 

Media Centers And Wall Units