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Functional Pull-Out Compartments
Functional Pull-Out Compartments
Tailored Living featuring Premier Garage of OC
This walk-in closet organizer epitomizes functionality. Pull-out storage compartments and even pull-out laundry hampers will keep this closet looking immaculate year round. Tailored Living has various organizational accessories to keep the clutter away.
His Closet
His Closet
Kasper Custom Remodeling, LLC
His closet is warm and masculine and features Aria Stone pietra grey marble countertops, built in storage, and a backlit mirror. Overhead lighting and built-in cabinetry lighting help bring the space to life.
2012 Fall Parade Home
2012 Fall Parade Home
BohLand Homes
Dramatic two-story abounding with creative new ideas all tied together with traditional style. A blend of custom timber beam and a splash of Scandinavian detail on the exterior continue inside with extensive architectural trim detail and design. Unique blend of paint colors, stain detail, oversized crown molding detail lends itself to a partnership between traditional elegance and rustic warmth. Highlights Include: • ‘Café Counter’ with upholstered benches, custom walnut table all set into the Carrara marble center island • Herringbone inlaid hardwood floor • 18”+ cove molding • Children’s bedroom suite with French door entrance • Library with pergola covered porch, • Second floor laundry suite with • Walk behind bar in lower level with adjoining wine room • 3 beautifully detailed fireplaces – brick surround and inlay, custom mantels • Large mudroom with ‘homework center’ • Extensive column detail throughout • Curved staircase detail with wrought iron rail • Quarter sawn white oak random width floor • Wolf & Subzero appliances • All Kohler plumbing fixtures • Walk-in pantry • Generously sized and detailed custom cabinetry • 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom • 3 car garage • Knotty alder 8” doors on main level • Unique roof lines, as well as shake and board & batten exterior detail • Just under 5,300 finished square feet
Master Bedroom Walk-in Closet by Closets For Life
Master Bedroom Walk-in Closet by Closets For Life
Closets For Life
Green Closet Project - There are many ways to be green homeowner, from rain barrels to eco-friendly paints to even your closets! Closets For Life uses Interscape, Inc., a company with an environmental mission, to manufacture all of its cabinets and shelving with composite panels made from 100% recycled and / or recovered fibers (no whole log fibers), low VOC stains and finishes and 3M Green Guard certified adhesives along with water based adhesives.
Walk in closet
Walk in closet
Kompetens i Trä
Kompetens i Trä - Thomas Richter
Fitted Wardrobes Ideas & designs
Fitted Wardrobes Ideas & designs
Metro Wardrobes
Made to measure sliding wardrobe with glass doors, scintillating and sensuous adding a lot of light and colour to the space.
Ravenswood 2-flat to single family conversion
Ravenswood 2-flat to single family conversion
Omar Gutiérrez, Architect
Converted a small second floor bedroom into a master closet and a laundry closet. Architecture and photography by Omar Gutiérrez, Architect
Children's Closets
Children's Closets
Organized Living
Organized Living freedomRail kids closet. This system grows with your child's needs - from infant to teen. Shelves and brackets adjust instantly without tools. Start with triple hang space for infants and toddlers then change to double hang and long hang later as they grow. See more kid's closet designs at http://organizedliving.com/home/get-inspired/areas-of-the-home/kid-closet
Forest Villa House - Mclean, VA
Forest Villa House - Mclean, VA
AV Architects + Builders
AV Architects + Builders Location: McLean, VA, USA 1528 Forrest Villa is situated in the heart of McLean, VA in a well-established neighborhood. This unique site is perfect for this modern house design because it sits at the top of a hill and has a grand view of the landscape. We have designed a home that feels like a retreat but offers all the amenities a family needs to keep up with the fast pace of Northern VA. The house offers over 8,200 sqft of luxury living area on three finished levels. The main level is an open-concept floor plan designed to entertain. The central area is the great room and the kitchen separated by a two-sided fireplace, but it’s surrounded by a very generous dining room, a study with custom built-ins and an outdoor covered patio with another gas fireplace. We also have a functional mudroom with a powder room right-off the 3-car garage with plenty of storage. The open stair case anchors the front elevation of the home to the front porch and the site. The second level offers a master suite with an expansive custom his/her walk-in closet, a master bath with a curb less shower area, a free-standing soaking tub and his/her vanities. Additionally, this level has 4 generously sized en-suite bedrooms with full baths and walk-in closets and a full size laundry room with lots of storage. The lower level has a guest en-suite bedroom with a full bathroom and walk-in closet. It also has a rec room with a glass enclosed wine cellar to display your favorite wine collection. We have added a large exercise room, a media room fully wired, a full bath and lots of storage space. The materials used for the home are of the highest quality. From the aluminum clad oversized windows, to the unique roofing structure, the Nichiha rectangular siding and stacked veneer stone, we have hand-picked materials that stand the test of time and complement the modern design of the home. In total this 8200 sqft home has 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2 half-baths and a 3-car garage. Todd Smith Photography
With so many shoes, ties, clothes, trinkets and bags to stash, wardrobes or cupboards are not only essential and probably one of the most used furniture items at home. If you decide to design or revamp your closet, consider wardrobe designs that optimise space and ensure ease of use to expedites your routine, not hinder it. The first step to an organised closet is a clean out, then assess the inventory of the items and go from there to evaluate and consider the full range of options: fitted or free-standing, built-in or walk-in wardrobe. Start by looking through wardrobe designs and images.

How do I plan my wardrobe design?


Depending on the style of your bedroom and your storage needs, you can pick from a variety of cupboard designs. Most Indian homes opt for wall-mounted closets as they are great space savers and offer a sleek and uniform appearance to the room.You can add custom wardrobe organiser elements like hooks, bins, drawer partitions or dividers. Baskets and bins are great for storing things like belts and scarves, while shelf dividers keep sweaters, jeans, and shirts in line. Another option to explore is the built-in wardrobe or modular storage styles. With built-ins, you have the advantage of fitting it out internally (think drawer partitions, shoe racks, storage boxes, vacuum storage bags, tie racks etc.) while appearing totally discreet on the outside.Lastly, you can consider the age-old use almirahs and armories which are nothing but a variety of free standing wardrobes that you can slot into any space. They are designed for additional storage space in the room, these will be the go-to cupboard if you are trying to achieve the traditional Indian style home. If you are looking for more spacious and luxurious wardrobe designs, consider a walk-in wardrobe.

How can I design a walk-in closet?


Walk-in wardrobes are lavish, stylish and can be carved out of your long or L-shaped bedroom in particular as they can easily be divided to create a separate space. You can also try to use a spare bedroom or space as a walk-in closet. When planning your walk-in wardrobe design take into account the different kinds of clothes storage you will need before you begin designing – consider rails and shelves for hanging and folded garments, racks of storage for shoes and bags, and cabinets or drawers for smaller items such as jewellery and makeup. Keep in mind walk-in closet ideas will require enough floor space to allow you to navigate easily around your clothes.

What kind of wardrobe extras and accessories should I add?


There are few must have add-ons irrespective of the wardrobe design you have selected. Your closet should instantly brighten your mood as you dress for the day (or the night). Liven up the cupboard with enough light to help you find and match shades of different outfits. Floor-length mirrors or mirrored cabinets are crucial in closets — after all, you want to be able to evaluate your outfit. Also, if you have the luxury of a walk-in closet, add a small sitting area with either a window seat, ottoman or lounge chair; this can work as a great getaway from everyday life and can also come in handy when putting on those pesky high heels or boots.For additional storage squeeze in another dresser or install an island with drawers, scarf hangers, belt hangers or lingerie hangers to stay organised.

Whether you’re looking for ingenious ideas for space saving wardrobe designs or walk-in closets ideas you can find inspiration by browsing through the photos on Houzz.

Whether you want inspiration for planning a wardrobe renovation or are building a designer wardrobe from scratch, Houzz has 1,33,639 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including BohLand Homes and Laslo Custom Kitchens, Inc.. Look through wardrobe photos in different colours and styles and when you find a wardrobe design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful wardrobe ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.