Here comes a real classic. The tall cupboard- typical in its narrow shape and significantly taller than wide - was previously found in almost every household. Its most common use was as a “broom cupboard”, today also called a multi-purpose cupboard, cleaning cupboard or vacuum cleaner cupboard. Its height made it possible to perfectly store objects such as the broom, but also a scrubbing brush, mop or vacuum cleaner with long pipes and hoses. Today we see significantly more possibilities in the slim cabinet, which can also extend to the ceiling.
There are two central characteristics that make up the tall cupboard: it enables even the smallest niches and protrusions to be used in rooms. In addition, a reduced cabinet depth prevents things from disappearing far behind when you never see them again. Inside the tall cabinet everything stays nice and clear, while from the outside it is extremely space-saving. If you want to use it as a classic broom cupboard, you should opt for a few intermediate shelves and push-to-open cupboard doors. Or you can equip the narrow piece of furniture with an extra large number of shelves so that smaller parts can be stored individually or in boxes. Ideal for your MYCS tall cupboard: you can also configure areas for drawers. With a mix of cabinet doors, drawers and intermediate shelves, you can tailor your tall cabinet perfectly to your own personal requirements.
1. Tall cupboard in the kitchen: Whether you keep your cleaning supplies, frequently used table linen or durable supplies in it - a kitchen tall cupboard fits even the smallest kitchen!
2. Tall cupboard in the hallway: Anyone who has children knows what can accumulate in the hallway ... Sports equipment, leisure utensils, scarves, gloves and hats find the perfect shelter in a tall cupboard, are well hidden at the same time and are quickly at hand when needed.
3. Tall cupboard in the guest room: You may also use your home office as a guest room. Then a tall cupboard is ideally suited for storing space-saving items such as blankets and pillows, guest bedding or towels in a space-saving and clear manner.
4. Tall cupboard in the living room: Do you live in an old building and have plenty of ceiling height? Then you should take full advantage of them - with one or more bookcases you create a great library atmosphere. When equipping, be careful that the rarely used items move further up, but everything else remains within arm's length.