Todd Barker, The Craftsman Group,
Closet: Wood Over 18 linear ft.
His and Hers Master Closet; painted and
infused with reclaimed wood materials.
LED lighting, specialized drawers, mirror
and rolling ladder.
Closet: Laminate Over
18 linear ft.
Move Over Kitchens
— The Closet is the
New Hub of the Home
Impressed by a magni;cent display of LED lighted clothes rods
seen in a hotel, my clients wanted
to discuss the possibility of having
this striking closet lighting feature
incorporated into their own home.
Sue Tinker, Closet Works, Elmhurst, IL,
Home Office: Under 150 sq ft.
A Harbor View: Custom Home
Office & Media Center Converts
to Sleeping Quarters
The expansive view of the harbor available from
every room in this two bedroom condo is the
focal point of this home. The unit is loaded with
amenities, but one thing that cannot be added or
increased is the overall size and number of rooms.
Being able to use the spare room for multiple
purposes was very important in planning the space.
The second bedroom in this home is used as a
home of;ce most of day. However, in the evening
and over the weekend, it becomes a fun movie
room with reclining seating and a large screen TV.
Shaun Oriold, Closet Envy Inc.,
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Garage: Under 600 sq ft.
This customer has a one-car garage and no basement so storage is a premium in here. We did a wall
of cabinets at the back. Another 6-inch deep cabinet to
conceal the electrical panel, and various home automation controllers. ;en slatwall everywhere else to cover
up the builders crappy drywall ;nishing. Diamond plate
paneling was used at the top and bottom of the walls
to for ease of cleaning and a manly look. Shiplap pine
paneling was stained grey to look like barnboard
(without the thickness and weight) for the ceiling.
We added potlights to replace the single lightbulb,
and a smoke / carbon monoxide detector for safety.