Dunthorpe Estate, Oregon Walk-In ClosetTransitional Closet, Los Angeles
Approximately 160 square feet, this classy HIS & HER Master Closet is the first Oregon project of Closet Theory. Surrounded by the lush Oregon green beauty, this exquisite 5br/4.5b new construction in prestigious Dunthorpe, Oregon needed a master closet to match.
Features of the closet:
White paint grade wood cabinetry with base and crown
Cedar lining for coats behind doors
Furniture accessories include chandelier and ottoman
Flat Adjustable Shoe Shelves
Full Length Framed Mirror
Maison Inc. was lead designer for the home, Ryan Lynch of Tricolor Construction was GC, and Kirk Alan Wood & Design were the fabricators.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Things to consider: Almost any space can be turned into a closet, although the task will be easier if the room is a standard rectangle or square. “Working with different angles is trickier,” says Janie Lowrie of Closet Theory, a West Coast closet design firm.While windows can provide welcome illumination and ventilation, too much sun can fade clothes, and too many windows can reduce the amount of wall space available. (The room’s heat source shouldn’t affect your decision; it’s easy to notch around baseboards or to redirect floor vents into a toe kick.)
Put on your thinking cap and make a list of everything you desire for your project. Get it all on paper — no holding back. Next gather up all your ideabooks and that binder or folder filled with lists and sketches, and give it all to your architect. Don’t worry about trying to think or talk like an architect. Your job is to explain and show your wish list in a way that makes sense to you. The architect’s job is to understand you and translate the essence of your wish list into great design.