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12 Closets of 🎄: Day 4 The Finish Mixer Closet

On the 4th day of closet genres, we're discussing the art of mixing finishes in your closet. If you're aiming to add texture and dimension to your space, blending finishes is a fantastic way to incorporate diverse elements without straining your budget!

Mix finishes within the same finish tier

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In the closet above, the grey and white colors belong to the same finish family, so there was no additional cost. The client chose a black counter and black laundry hamper, adding a nice contrast that complements the black handles.

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In this closet we changed the drawer fronts to a stone leather and kept the rest of the closet white with gold hardware.

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In this closet, the doors and drawers have a different color from the main body finish. The hanging rods and accessories are chrome, but the client opted for acrylic ones with oil-rubbed bronze.

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This is one of my favorite closets! Finish breakdown: we have the main body finish, an accent box in a box finish, acrylic drawer fronts, metal doors, hanging rods, and accessories in matte aluminum with black handles (except on the metal doors). It turned out spectacularly

In 2020 on the 4th day of the 12 closet accessories of 🎄 we talked about acrylic shelf dividers.

If you are interested in buying acrylic shelf divider you can visit my product recommendation list.

Thank you for stopping by!

Andrea Litsch Dallas Closet Designer


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