How to Create a Walk-In Closet that Feels Like a Boutique

More and more, our clients want their custom closets to be more than just storage. They want gorgeous closets, comfy boudoirs, and closets that look like their own private boutiques.

Kate Cullen, design consultant from California Closets Twin Cities, created another stunning example of a boutique walk-in closet that demonstrates how to combine smart organization, functional storage and stylish design.

Here’s how she did it:

Kate’s client was remodeling her entire home and really wanted each room in her home to feel special. Her signature color? Pink.

She needed a closet design that would work with her chosen color palette while still feeling like a unique room.

The final design features a high gloss white finish that looks gorgeous with the pink tones of the room. The handles are custom ordered and the design features elegant crown molding, with fluting and an external toe kick.

Kate’s client also had a custom bench cushion made for the bench under the window. The perfect spot to relax while she picks out her outfit!

Notice how the chandelier adds to the feeling of luxury. Specialized storage, such as cubbies for bags and purses, makes everything look like it’s neatly and smartly arranged and displayed.

The jewelry area allows Kate’s client to display jewelry, while still keeping it organized and accessible. Again, it creates a personal boutique feeling because of the ability to see, touch and try things on easily.

What do you think of this custom closet design? Does it give you ideas for making your closet feel more like a personal boutique?

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Ginny Snook Scott California Closets

Ginny Snook Scott



Ginny Snook Scott is the Chief Design Officer at California Closets. She has over 25 years experience with California Closets and has helped over 1,000 clients create custom closets and organize their home. Connect with Ginny on Google+.


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