1. Storage & Wardrobe Photos

Wardrobe Door Designs & Ideas

Featured in Gentry Design, Palo Alto Weekly Home & Garden and others
Featured in Gentry Design, Palo Alto Weekly Home & Garden and others
Danenberg Design
This cherry wood closet was designed to function as an in-home 'boutique' where the homeowner can select clothing and accessories and prepare for an evening out. The lighting is on dimmer switches and turns on automatically when one enters the space. Cherry wood and frosted glass sliding doors don't project out to interrupt the traffic flow in the space. The mood is serene and invites one into the space to enjoy the event of selecting the right attire for the event!
Showcase House 2013
Showcase House 2013
Randy Heller Pure and Simple Interior Design
Beautiful transitional walk-in closet of this transitional Lake Forest home. The moss table in the sitting area, antiqued mirror closet doors and modern art chandelier make this closet unforgettable.
Waterfront Estate
Waterfront Estate
jodi foster design + planning
Dressing Room. Ema Peter Photography www.emapeter.com
GUDB Projects
GUDB Projects
GUDB Projects
A open-concept, contemporary take on closets. Recessed lighting highlights your shoes and clothes, so that you know exactly what you have! Plenty of storage space keeps your clothes neat and organized. Island cabinet helps store accessories.
Bedrooms
Bedrooms
Inglish Design
Inglish Design Bespoke Bedroom furniture, UK
Interesting Ways with Wallpaper
Interesting Ways with Wallpaper
Farrow & Ball
Brocade wallpaper, with wardrobe also covered
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com
Meatpacking Loft
Meatpacking Loft
Jeffrey Phillip
Closet design in collaboration with Transform Closets
Singapore
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