DC Design House 2014
Photo byAngie Seckinger
Small walk-in designed for maximum use of space. Custom accessory storage includes double-decker jewelry drawer with velvet inserts, Maple pull-outs behind door for necklaces & scarves, vanity area with mirror, slanted shoe shelves, valet rods & hooks.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
7. The closets don’t need to match the room’s walls Most closets lack windows. Plus, the lighting in closets is usually an afterthought. This creates, to put it mildly, a poorly lit and poor viewing space – not ideal for when you’re trying to pick out that power outfit for your next big company meeting. The best way to treat closet interiors is to paint all surfaces with light-reflective white for maximum visibility. You can check how reflective your white is by looking on the colour card at your local paint store for the LRV number. The higher the number (accompanied by the initials LRV, for ‘light-reflective value’), the more the available light will bounce.As in a gallery, white highlights the distinctive colours that it surrounds. This will allow you to sort out the colour combinations that you want to have harmonious for a well-dressed day. If you have a bold wall colour in your bedroom, don’t feel the need to automatically make your closet interior match. Instead, tint white paint with a percentage of your bedroom wall colour.