Glass Wardrobe Designs & Ideas
Darcy Bean Custom Construction
This hallway is in the middle of the house and connects the entryway with the family room. All the display nooks are lighted with LED's and the shelves in the upper areas are adjustable and angled down to allow better viewing. The open shelves can be closed off with the pull down doors. The ceiling features a custom made back lit stained glass panel. #house #glasses #custommade #backlit #stainedglass #features #connect #light #led #entryway #viewing #doors #ceiling #displays #panels #angle #stain #lighted #closed #hallway #shelves
Dale Gardon Design
Millenium Tower, San Francisco
Abruzzo Kitchen & Bath
Cabinetry design in Brookhaven frameless cabinetry manufuactured by Wood-Mode. The cabinetry is in maple wood with an opaque finish. All closed door cabinetry has interior recessed lighting in closet.
Lonni Paul Design
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Photographer: Jim Graham
Orren Pickell Building Group
http://www.pickellbuilders.com. Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan. Custom Couture Master Closet with Glass Shoes Display Shelving, tufted leather bench seating and diagonal hardwood flooring.
Mr Shopper Studio
Kathleen Jacobson, The Couture Closet
Photography by Stephen Karlisch
Guided Home Design
Joe Cotitta Epic Photography firstname.lastname@example.org: Builder: Eagle Luxury Property
TRG Architecture + Interior Design
Affordable Closets Plus, LLC
Bayon Design Studio Inc.
ph Alessandro Branca
Designed By: Richard Bustos Photos By: Jeri Koegel Ron and Kathy Chaisson have lived in many homes throughout Orange County, including three homes on the Balboa Peninsula and one at Pelican Crest. But when the “kind of retired” couple, as they describe their current status, decided to finally build their ultimate dream house in the flower streets of Corona del Mar, they opted not to skimp on the amenities. “We wanted this house to have the features of a resort,” says Ron. “So we designed it to have a pool on the roof, five patios, a spa, a gym, water walls in the courtyard, fire-pits and steam showers.” To bring that five-star level of luxury to their newly constructed home, the couple enlisted Orange County’s top talent, including our very own rock star design consultant Richard Bustos, who worked alongside interior designer Trish Steel and Patterson Custom Homes as well as Brandon Architects. Together the team created a 4,500 square-foot, five-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom contemporary house where R&R get top billing in almost every room. Two stories tall and with lots of open spaces, it manages to feel spacious despite its narrow location. And from its third floor patio, it boasts panoramic ocean views. “Overall we wanted this to be contemporary, but we also wanted it to feel warm,” says Ron. Key to creating that look was Richard, who selected the primary pieces from our extensive portfolio of top-quality furnishings. Richard also focused on clean lines and neutral colors to achieve the couple’s modern aesthetic, while allowing both the home’s gorgeous views and Kathy’s art to take center stage. As for that mahogany-lined elevator? “It’s a requirement,” states Ron. “With three levels, and lots of entertaining, we need that elevator for keeping the bar stocked up at the cabana, and for our big barbecue parties.” He adds, “my wife wears high heels a lot of the time, so riding the elevator instead of taking the stairs makes life that much better for her.”