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Deborah Broockerd/Closet Factory
Photo by Angie Seckinger Compact walk-in closet (5' x 5') in White Chocolate textured melamine. Recessed panel doors & drawer fronts, crown & base moldings to match.
This entire dressing suite is filled with gorgeous cabinetry style focal points throughout and feels as if you entered one of the world’s top fashion stores or retail boutiques.
Stuart Silk Architects
Caleb Collins (Nested Tours)
California Closets of Tennessee
Modern, streamlined wardrobe artfully showcases your belongings with a fresh, open front design.
A Kitchen That Works LLC
This master closet was designed for a couple to share. The hanging space and cubbies are allocated based on need. The center island includes a fold-out ironing board from Hafele concealed behind a drop down drawer front. An outlet on the end of the island provides a convenient place to plug in the iron as well as charge a cellphone. Additional storage in the island is for knee high boots and purses. A Kitchen That Works LLC
Joanna Forbes - Closet Factory
Raised panel drawers anchor the walk-in closet portion of this Dream Master Closet for Her. Concealed laundry and safe are integrating with shoe and boot storage. A second valet rod gives a helping hand when selecting clothes. The espresso stained maple counter and hand-glazed moulding continue the look and feel of this dream closet. Photo by: VT Fine Art Photography
Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting
Michael J. Lee Photography. Ikat Design rug hand woven in Pakistan via Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting.
Jacob Hand Photography + Motion
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
The beautiful, old barn on this Topsfield estate was at risk of being demolished. Before approaching Mathew Cummings, the homeowner had met with several architects about the structure, and they had all told her that it needed to be torn down. Thankfully, for the sake of the barn and the owner, Cummings Architects has a long and distinguished history of preserving some of the oldest timber framed homes and barns in the U.S. Once the homeowner realized that the barn was not only salvageable, but could be transformed into a new living space that was as utilitarian as it was stunning, the design ideas began flowing fast. In the end, the design came together in a way that met all the family’s needs with all the warmth and style you’d expect in such a venerable, old building. On the ground level of this 200-year old structure, a garage offers ample room for three cars, including one loaded up with kids and groceries. Just off the garage is the mudroom – a large but quaint space with an exposed wood ceiling, custom-built seat with period detailing, and a powder room. The vanity in the powder room features a vanity that was built using salvaged wood and reclaimed bluestone sourced right on the property. Original, exposed timbers frame an expansive, two-story family room that leads, through classic French doors, to a new deck adjacent to the large, open backyard. On the second floor, salvaged barn doors lead to the master suite which features a bright bedroom and bath as well as a custom walk-in closet with his and hers areas separated by a black walnut island. In the master bath, hand-beaded boards surround a claw-foot tub, the perfect place to relax after a long day. In addition, the newly restored and renovated barn features a mid-level exercise studio and a children’s playroom that connects to the main house. From a derelict relic that was slated for demolition to a warmly inviting and beautifully utilitarian living space, this barn has undergone an almost magical transformation to become a beautiful addition and asset to this stately home.
The wood-look tile with radiant heat is continued through the master closet where an abundance of storage is tucked behind shaker doors. A marble countertop for staging outfits and accessories is made of the same material as the master bath vanity. An accent wall was created with Lindsay Cowles grasscloth wallpaper. A cow hide stool makes strapping on shoes a bit easier.
Saunders Building Company Pty Ltd