19 prepare Storage & Closets Design Photos

Jill Greaves Design
6 Reviews
Jill Greaves Design Walk in Closet with Custom Walnut Millwork
Ideabooks1,531
Questions1
Stand out hanger at side for preparing clothes
“Idea” — gouda22
Alexander James Interiors
Beechwood Manor
Ideabooks6,959
Questions2
MM Intermediate dressing, where you prepare for a gala or so
“Very clean lines” — cdgkrobins
Betty's Room, LLC
2 Reviews
Fit for a McQueen
Ideabooks6,768
Questions5
A luxurious rug in the closet. Cuz I want to be reminded to feel thankful and blessed as I prepare for the day :)
“white floors” — Toll Brothers City Living
Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Leixlip
Ideabooks606
Questions2
Optimise Design. This creative dressing table now lives alongside the client’s clothes and shoes, helping to create a dedicated space in which to prepare for the day.
“laud+ kohver lauaplaadiks” — viirev
Croma Design Inc
8 Reviews
Modern Closet
Ideabooks44,990
Questions5
attic will, of course, take extra time — a week or more for a really troublesome space. Most organizing projects require some work on your part, so be prepared to put in a few hours between visits from the pro to do your “homework” if you want the project to wrap up on time.
“衣櫥” — Dominic Chen
Atypical Type A
Shoe hanger as medicine cabinet
Ideabooks14,894
Questions2
2. Be prepared for emergencies. Get your first-aid kit and home disaster kit in order. Make sure you and your family are prepared for any mishap — big or small. Instead of worrying about what the future may bring, prepare for it! The American Red Cross has a great
“for extra toiletries/first aid stuff inside door of linen closet” — juliesauve
Marco Closets
Speciality Items
Ideabooks17
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Imagine an ironing board built into your closet. No more lugging a heavy board around, no more wasted space in a bedroom or laundry room.
“Closet” — rachelgoan
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Featured in Gentry Design, Palo Alto Weekly Home & Garden and others
Ideabooks24,461
Questions5
This cherry wood closet was designed to function as an in-home 'boutique' where the homeowner can select clothing and accessories and prepare for an evening out. The lighting is on dimmer switches and turns on automatically when one enters the space. Cherry wood and frosted glass sliding doors don't
“Closet” — Joseph Sebestyen
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