Walk-in Closets


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Walk-in Closets

Just because you can walk into your closet, doesn’t mean that it’s safe to do so

Walk-in closets are an important feature at the top of every realtor’s must-have list. But unless they are thoughtfully configured and designed, they can become as overstuffed and dreary as any closet. The right custom storage solution will transform a walk-in from mass market to haute couture.

Walk-in closets are deceptive—there’s the perception of vast spaciousness but the reality isn’t nearly as expansive. Custom options must be carefully planned and designed to provide a storage solution that works for you. A custom walk-in closet needs to reflect your lifestyle. If you don’t wear dresses then floor-length storage is a waste of space. Instead a carefully crafted combination of shelves, drawers and stacked hanging rods is more efficient.

That doesn’t mean that walk-in closets can’t be luxurious. Quality touches like pencil glazing, crystal lighting accents and tasteful artwork can all add to the ambiance. Shoes have risen to an art form and storing them in boxes scattered across the floor just doesn’t do. From glass-fronted, specially lighted cabinets to stylish slanted shelves organized by heel height, options abound. Handbags also get the star treatment with custom cabinets, fabric-lined drawers and hanging options. Specialty touches include full-length mirrors and jewelry vaults.

Top features:

  • Custom cabinetry, including floor-to-ceiling, glass-fronted designs
  • Pull-out valet rod
  • Underwear drawers for panties and shapewear bottoms
  • Custom dedicated rods for hanging padded bras, shapewear tops, slips and camisoles
  • Customized formalwear storage
  • Custom jewelry vault
  • Customized drawers and cubbies for gym wear and sports clothing
  • Fluted pull-out scarf rack
  • Deep drawers with custom inserts to organize a belt collection
  • Glass-fronted shelves with acrylic dividers and hanging space accommodate a handbag collection