September 12th, 2014

While it may not even be considered a "room", a closet is a very important aspect to making a home functional. Storage, order and organization will help create accessible, efficient and functional spaces. That's why we have shown some closets we designed, as well as some other space saving solutions that we find exciting!

When spaces allow, an island in a master closet creates plenty of storage space for accessories and jewellery. We love the brass hardware against the white millwork. So crisp and fresh! (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc. - photograph by Donna Griffith)

Open clothing racks above drawers makes this closet feel like a retail space. It allows key pieces to be displayed, while still allowing for plenty of storage and organization. (West Coast Capri)

A floor to ceiling mirror is very useful in a walk-in closet. It also makes the space feel larger and more open. Bright task lighting allows our client to effectively use her closet space. (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc.- photograph by Ted Yarwood)

Open shelving in all areas of the closet allows for easy access to a wardrobe. Yellow details such as the ottoman and hardware create a sense of playfulness and character in the space. (Nate Berkus Designs)

 Rich, medium toned wood surrounds this master closet, to create a sense of unity. A large island centres and acts as a functional working area for our clients. (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc. - photograph by Ted Yarwood)

Rich, medium toned wood surrounds this master closet, to create a sense of unity. A large island centres and acts as a functional working area for our clients. (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc. - photograph by Ted Yarwood)

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AuthorTheresa Casey