Ten Shades of Gray - Closet
The empty nester Homeowners were downsizing from a very large custom home to a spacious town home with a relatively small master closet. In an effort to replicate the space they once had, they requested that a second floor loft area be reconfigured into a closet. Erecting a wall with double glass pocket doors provided not only a functional enclosure for the master 'suite' but a significant amount of much desired hanging space for clothes. By not building the wall to the vaulted ceiling, natural light from the adjacent skylight is allowed to filter into the closet. The closet components, with exception of the Homeowners' existing wicker dressers, are made from custom fabricated birch plywood and finished with a gray stain to flow with the contemporary gray color pallet throughout the home. A his and her's shoe wall, separated by a full-length mirror, a closet island, double hanging rods and shelving provide ample storage for the Homeowners' wardrobe.
"We used A Kitchen That Works for an extensive remodel of our newly purchased townhome. They designed our new kitchen, master bath and walk-in closet. They took down walls and put up new ones, changed plumbing and wiring, installed fixtures, and appliances. Everything was done on schedule and was done perfectly! They went above and beyond our expectations and we are thrilled with the results. We have already referred two friends to Molly and Clive and hope to refer many more. We give them A+." ~ Becky S.
Cabinetry: Custom with Stain • Countertops: Solid Surface