Cheryl’s philosophy on closets.
“Your closet sets the tone for your day. If you walk in or lean in and cannot find anything due to disorganization and lack of proper storage, your entire day is affected.”
Here is one project we finished a few months ago. We used marine hardware for super strong fixtures. This space is maximized and customized completely for the needs of this particular client.
I love closets. I’ve struggled selling them, though. It’s constantly a “later” issue for them (not as sexy as kitchen/media/built-ins, FP, etc, I suppose) and when we ultimately get to the design, clients are often over-budget and leave a plan they love with a “maybe just a closet rod and divider for now.”
I try and prep them, but we do lot’s of whole-house remodels and this is usually an afterthought… that will in time affect them every day.
I would like to have a closet that nice but since it is a walk-in closet it won’t be possible for me any time soon. Besides the size of my closet, it accumulates dirt and dust especially if I don’t go through my clothes every month. I see spider webs and things that shouldn’t be there. Lastly, I always complain on how my closet doors squeak every time I close/open them. Grease doesn’t work. Any suggestions?
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