Joel and Molly's attic was dark, dingy and completely disorganized. Now, the space is a walk-in closet packed with color, shelving and storage.
To maximize storage, a ready-made island was assembled and outfitted with custom-cut mirrors. Behind, open shelving houses baskets and shoes.
Integrated Island Storage
Joel and Molly fold clothes on the island's surface and utilize the concealed storage below.
Full-length mirrored cabinet doors help reflect light in the closet while allowing Joel and Molly to try on outfits.
Sliding Closet Rods
To maximize the storage space, the height and depth of each cabinet was considered. A pull-out closet rod allows shirts to hang facing forward.
Installing two pull-out closet rods side by side allows Joel to see his dress shirts and dress pants in pairs. Meanwhile, the keen use of depth frees up the area below for other purposes.
The space below Joel’s closet houses Molly’s jewelry and accessories. A clear glass top allows Molly to look directly into the drawer without having to rummage through it to find what she's looking for.