A couple wants to retire in Las Vegas and bought a house there with a mind towards preparing it for their golden years.
Every person is unique and their homes reflect who they are and how they choose to live their lives. The first tasks for every California Closets Design Consultant are to assess the physical space and to understand what a customer truly wants.
A simple, bright and fresh solution gives two ladies their own space but keeps the overall look cohesive, functional, and visually pleasing.
Tara Blanchet moved into a town home and watched her neglected entryway closet snowball into a disaster.
See how she finally made the closet work for her.
May requires as much efficiency in her home as she does at work. Things need to be optimized and organized for her to feel as if she’s fully utilizing a space.
The challenge was to smoothly combine two disparate functions into one beautiful design.
George is an inquisitive engineer and father who loves precision and geometric designs. Abby is a busy professional and mother who loves bright colors and knows what exactly she wants from the outset.
We leave in the morning and come back at night, but in the end, there really is no place like home.
Organizing your entryway can make the transition from inside to outside and back again smooth and effortless.
Ronda’s closet space needed a major overhaul, but her old house offered up many challenges, including narrow spaces, a slanted ceiling, and some crazy angles.
If you’re thinking of remodeling or upgrading your home – you’re not alone.
2012 is expected to be the strongest year since 2006 for home remodeling. At California Closets, we’re seeing a lot of investment in remodeling projects, with an increasing desire for multi-functional spaces.
Here are some simple ideas for upgrading your home for more organization and enjoyment – while still boosting the value if you ever decide to sell!
Do you ever wonder where to start when it comes to home organization?
Sometimes tackling your whole house at one time is way too much to handle. So I’ve put together five simple tips – one for each main room of your house.
These simple measures have a big impact, and once they’re completed you can move on to the next round of organizing!