A Luxurious Closet Fit for an Interior Designer
What She Wanted
Ellie Bennett, an interior designer, was in need of a dressing room that would fit her aesthetic and her wardrobe. Luckily, she and her husband had added a mother-in-law suite on the first floor when they built their home, which created a large room right off of their bedroom that she could use for exactly this purpose.
How we did it
By transforming the spare room into a closet, design consultant Michelle McElderry worked with Bennett's desire to display certain items but have the option to hide others. Wardrobe depth units provided doors over sections she didn't want to see while allowing other sections to be on display. Stylish Brass finishes fit Bennett's style and the crown molding—which was cut on site to follow the curves of the room—added an extra luxurious touch.
My favorite part of the design is the mix of materials, which coordinates with the chaise lounge's warm accents.
Bennett was thrilled with her new space, especially her new vanity area and shoe display—which even showcases her boots—as well as the little nooks she now has for displaying trinkets. The closet is a perfect blend of fashion and function.
Lago® Adriatic Mist
Hardware & Accessories
Brass decorative hardware (Drawers)
Brass and Crystal decorative hardware (Doors)
Brass closet poles
Microsuede drawer inserts
Decorative fascia top detail
Modern Miter frame doors with clear glass door inserts
Adriatic Mist slab drawer fronts
LED puck lights
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