Behind Closet Doors: 4 Closet Makeovers
Check out these four organized closets by professional organizers and interior designers, and discover the best closet organizers and eco-friendly tips for your closet space.
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The Solution: "I wanted to create a wardrobe that was a living space and not just a place to house clothing items," Lisa says. "All of the details, while environmentally conscious, make you want to stay in the space rather than grabbing your clothing and going somewhere else." Lisa created a soothing effect with Asian elements: shoji sliding doors, asymmetrical basalt shelves with vases and a fish-shaped lighting feature.
Get the Products: For tiptop closet organization, Lisa included the usual suspects, such as drawers with jewelry/lingerie inserts, pull-out shoe shelves and some not-so-usual items, such as a copper drum that doubles as a stool and a storage bench.
Try This at Home: A pants press, like the one Adams installed for this homeowner, can restore creases to trousers, reducing the need for professional dry cleaning.
How Green Is My Closet? This closet pulled out all the stops in terms of environment-friendly materials: formaldehyde-free bamboo flooring for low emissions, low-voltage lighting to save energy, low-VOC paint to reduce air pollution and beech cabinets produced in Germany, which has strict standards for sustainably managed forests.