Master Closet Photos: HGTV Green Home 2010

The master closet, measuring approximately 6 feet wide by 10 feet long, provides open shelving space, clothing racks and drawers to accommodate both wardrobe and bed and bathroom linen storage needs.

Interior designer Linda Woodrum dressed the utilitarian space with an understated trestle table and vanity mirror. Mercury-glass demijohns add an element of sparkle.

Shelving provides a spot to store bathroom linens as well as hand-braided grass storage baskets.

Hundreds of hand-applied oyster shells create a rustic frame for the closet’s vanity mirror.

A solar tube – complete with decorative diffuser — intercepts the sunlight and redirects it into the closet, reducing or eliminating the need for conventional lighting during daytime hours.

A jewelry drawer lined with rich velvet features multiple compartments for storage of rings, bracelets and necklaces.

Within easy reach of the Master Bedroom, the closet door may remain open to visually expand the master suite.

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