Saved by the Bell and White Collar actress Tiffani Thiessen coveted a walk-in closet worthy of a star. In collaboration with architectural designer Kim Lewis, who shaped the overall goals and color palette for the project, and California Closets design consultant Nicole Kypreos, who created the closet design, Thiessen's former office—ideally located just off the master bedroom—was transformed into an expansive closet with a number of high-end custom features.
Working with Lewis' gray, white and orange color palette, Kypreos created a functional, chic design centralized around a stunning storage island. Topped with a frosted glass countertop, this workspace is perfect for laying out outfits or packing for a trip and also serves as storage for sweaters and shirts. Other smart and stylish elements, like a secure jewelry organizer with a glass top display case, back-lit shelves to showcase Thiessen's incredible shoe collection, and dedicated built-in hampers for laundry and dry-cleaning, were also included in the remodel.
My closet seriously feels like a boutique—it’s so much easier to find things, and the design gives me all the space I need to organize my wardrobe!
Thiessen's days of working with a reach-in closet and having piles of clothes and accessories scattered throughout the house are over: Her new customized walk-in not only provides the storage and function she needed, it also gives her a celebrity-caliber fashion haven.
Microsuede jewelry inserts
Polished Chrome shoe fences
Acrylic clear shoe cubbies
5-piece Shaker drawer fronts with clear glass inserts
LED puck lights
Clear glass door inserts
Satin glass door inserts with LED lighting panel
Satin glass countertop
Lit back panels
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