Posts Categorized: Our Designs

Featured Virtuoso Design: A Very “Zen” Boutique Closet

My client Tracy is a very fashionable woman who keeps busy between work, family, horseback riding, yoga and more.

But she had a problem: She and her husband were sharing a reach-in closet in the bedroom of their master suite.

I worked with Tracy to convert the dressing area outside the bathroom of their master suite into a contemporary walk-in closet!

How Custom Can You Get? Housing An Office Aquarium System

There are common misconceptions about custom storage solutions. Many of us are accustomed to thinking that customization entails having adjustable shelves and not much more.

What do you do when you need to house something in your office that’s a little more unique than pens, staplers, and copy paper? What if you’ve got a gigantic aquarium that needs a home?

True customization can solve the problem.

Design Q&A: Kim Lewis, Interior Designer

This month, we’re featuring a weekly series of interviews with influential design experts to find out what good design means to them and how they get inspired.

For our last interview, meet Kim Lewis, former production designer for ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” and founder of Kim Lewis Designs.

Lewis has been published in People and InStyle magazines for her architectural and interior design work on the ranch of singer/songwriter, Jewel, and rodeo cowboy, Ty Murray, in Texas. (We worked with Kim on the celebrity couple’s closets!)

Ginny Q&A: Closet Design from Cradle to College

Custom closets are an investment that can last a lifetime.

When it comes to kids’ closets it’s especially important to design a system that can transform over time. The needs of a toddler, a kid and a teen are different.

Ginny Snook Scott is our chief design officer but she’s also a mother of three, so she knows the secret to keeping kids organized. Here are her tips on how to design your kids’ closets to grow with them.

Design Q&A: Angela Elias, CasaSugar.com

This month, we’re featuring a weekly series of interviews with influential design experts to find out what good design means to them and how they get inspired.

Today, meet Angela Elias, editor of the inspiring home design website CasaSugar.com.

She still can’t believe that tackling DIY projects, trolling flea markets, and meeting some of the industry’s top talent is part of her job. When she isn’t indulging in design whims, Angela enjoys testing out new recipes and being outdoors.

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