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5 Closet Solutions From 5 Projects

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custom closet scottsdale with textured wood

We are so pleased to have celebrated our 1-year anniversary a few months ago. During this time, we’ve helped countless customers throughout the Valley Make Room for Life®! Below are 5 closet jobs that we’ve completed in the last year that you can use as inspiration for your own space.

Crown moulding in custom closet Scottsdale

  1. Take the Crown

One of our most recent closet remodels incorporated beautiful crown molding into their space. This decorative element helps give your units more character and helps them look even more integrated into the space. And look at those shoe shelves! That much shoe storage is sure to make the friends and family of the owners of this Scottsdale home green with envy.

custom closet scottsdale with textured wood

  1. Hide it Well

Cabinetry doors help hide clutter when you need to. In addition, it helps keep clothes protected from dust, sunlight, and other dirt particles. Doors can be added to any shelving unit or hanging area. The textured wood grain on these cabinets combined with the sleek door handles and pulls gives a contemporary elegance to this closet. In addition, upper cabinets help to utilize every inch of storage space.

White custom walk-in closet in Scottsdale, AZ.

  1. Up, Up, and Away

Wardrobe lifts and other accessories help make your closet even more functional. The wardrobe lift, seen in the top left of the photo, makes it easy to reach items in the upper recesses of your closet. It easily pulls down for you to access your items, and then it pops right back up to keep items stored out of the way. It’s perfect for blazers, pants, and other separates. As a bonus accessory, this redesign also features a valet rod allowing this closet owner to plan outfits in advance. Our customer loves being able to use every inch of their space efficiently.

Closet island in modern custom closet

  1. Double Trouble

Double-duty furniture helps small spaces be more efficient. Although this walk-in closet isn’t the smallest by any means, this closet island and bench combo helped the couple in this home create more functionality. The bench doubles as a place to put on shoes before heading out the door, as well as shoe storage! The island is topped with a beautiful quartz countertop and works nicely with the chocolate pearwood cabinets.

Mirror on built-in closet cabinet

  1. Use Your Doors

As we mentioned, closet doors help conceal your items, but what if you could do more? In this install in Paradise Valley, we incorporated a full-length mirror into the closet door. The cabinet inside provides additional storage space. This project also features multiple hanging areas in different heights to store varying items.

Get the closet solutions you need by starting with your free in-home estimate. Serving customers in Sun City West to Scottsdale, and everyone in between, we can’t wait to work with you.

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