There is plenty to consider when converting a spare bedroom into a closet. Aside from options with your desired aesthetic, it is important to keep in mind the mutable affect that decreasing the number of bedrooms may have on your home. Real estate value is generally higher on homes with more bedrooms, therefore it is important to decide if your closet will be a permanent replacement for the spare bedroom. In this case, not only was a phenomenal and breathtaking masterpiece created in its place, but a careful construction was erected with alterable features in preparation for when the time comes to resell the home as the original four bedroom rather than three. Impermanent fixtures of this walk in closet include backerboards to cover the windows — a perfect solution as to not interfere with the structure of the home with the possibility of one day putting the house back on the market. By using a combination floor-based and suspended model, backerboards were able to be seamlessly integrated to solve the window dilemma. The backerboards can seen from outside but by no means at all create an unpleasant sight. Fortunately this room was on the side of the house, even more reason to put up backboards that wouldn't be very noticeable.
This beautiful walk in closet has a classy and contemporary charm that any modern day fashionista would fall in love with. The white laminate system contrasts nicely with the shadowy, decorative ceiling allowing the design to pop. The center island has an exquisite Silestone countertop and lively pink cushioned bench seat for a splash of color. Island features also include several locking, velvet-lined drawers keep jewelry safe and organized as well as a sunglasses divider. As a stand-out piece, a customized 360 Organizer Valet model has been built into the corner offering shoe, purse, clutch storage and drawer space all the while being a brilliant showcase of these precious items. Separate cabinets were provided for storage of folded items — one of the cabinets offers accessory storage alone with convenient pull-outs. The system does not extend all the way to the ceiling leaving room for bulky, larger items to be easily stored and accessed with a step ladder.