May 13, 2016

Who doesn’t love a walk-in-closet!  It is one of the rooms that is a must for the well organized home.  We are all in our closet at least twice a day so first and foremost it should  be extremely functional for maximum efficiency.  Aesthetically, I always work with my clients to create a space that is in sync with their client’s personality, organizational style and what makes them feel good about stepping out into the world.   

Here are some recent projects:

This smart masculine closet features white oak cabinetry and brass hardware.  

This closet for a young bride is one of my all time favourites.  Everyone who sees it swoons with the romance and glamour of this room.  I paired a 1930's brass fixture with creme coloured traditional moulding built-ins and left ample display for vintage inspired accessories. 

This makeup desk is a every girl's dream.  I created architectural interest with the panelled archways with hidden storage behind.  1930's sconces give the room a unique, one of a kind quality and the custom upholstered stool is a nice foil for the cabinetry. 

I am passionate about details and here I used vintage brass knobs.

I designed this walk in closet as part of a large renovation for a 1920's Tudor mansion in Toronto.  Featuring etched glass windows and an island with a leather top, this room is all set for the happy couple to start to unpack.

This "girly" closet for my client's teenage daughter combines raspberry coloured damask wallpaper and quirky porcelain flower knobs.

AuthorTheresa Casey