Walk in Closet Install: Triple finish & double metal mix
This walk-in primary closet is a great example of how to add wow to your closet by mixing finishes. This trick does not impact the budget!
We kept the full line boring/holes in the system, which gives the client adjustability options down the line—if they want to change interior components from single hang to double hang or add drawers, keeping the holes makes it easy and possible. If you want to learn more closet lingo, you can click here.
We started with the classic white and platinum drawer fronts. We decided to change the edge banding and base molding to platinum gray to bring more of the gray color in but still keep the closet light and bright.
We worked around the electrical panels in the closet, mindfully placing a hanging rod over the panel and putting a tilt-out laundry hamper below.
The black element came into the closet as the counter over drawers, vanity top, laundry hamper door front, and the knurled handles the client found on Amazon for $4 a piece! The client provided the handles, and I did not see them until installation. She made a great choice!
A big part of my love for this job is the collaborative effort with clients to design and pick details. There are so many ways to design a custom closet, and the more the client inputs on what they like, don't like, and important details to accomplish, the better the end result.
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