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Landrum SC residence guest bedroom # 1 custom built-in

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Kellie Miller wrote:June 1, 2012
  • cajetaquemada
    5 years ago
    Do you recall the depth of the built in closets? I'm looking to do something similar and want enough depth for hanging clothes, but also want to keep as much room space as possible.
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    The Belding Group, Inc
    5 years ago
    Good Morning!
    The minimum inside (usable) depth of a clothing closet is 23". Overall depth of cabinet is 25" - 27", depending on type of cabinet, door thickness...
    Ed
aznort wrote:September 4, 2012
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    The Belding Group, Inc
    7 years ago
    Thank you for noticing our work. Sorry for the delayed response. We were on summer break and are just now getting back to business.
    The base color used on the cabinets and trim in this guest bedroom, as well as the kitchen, is Shaker Beige by Benjamin Moore, HC-45, Satin Impervo finish. The cabinets and trim were then glazed in a slightly lighter & cooler, semitransparent glaze. This light glaze gives the paint a bit more depth. The walls are finishd with a tinted plaster. This color and texture were developed on site..
    Again, thank for noticing our work. I really appreciate your kind words.
    Best Regards,
    Ed Belding
  • aznort
    7 years ago
    Absolutely beautiful. Perfect. Thanks for sharing how you did it!
espyeyes wrote:November 9, 2013
Marla wrote:October 21, 2013
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    The Belding Group, Inc
    6 years ago
    They were made using birtch solids (for rails and stiles) and plywood (for the panels), typical paint grade material for cabinetry doors and drawer faces.
mumsie6 wrote:August 18, 2013
  • gaineys
    6 years ago
    I would love the answer to this question also. I live in Hendersonville and am looking for similar duvets for my twin guest room.
lisa1979 wrote:March 13, 2013
  • PRO
    The Belding Group, Inc
    7 years ago
    It is called Coral Cove, a sisal available at Stark Carpet Corp,
lisa1979 wrote:February 11, 2012
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    The Belding Group, Inc
    8 years ago
    The twin spool beds are great reproductions from a fantastic company in Seekonk, MA: Leonards New England.

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Laura Gaskill added this to How to Sneak In Creative Guest-Room StorageDecember 27, 2014

Design idea: Wall-to-wall cabinets.Why: If you have a free wall and a bit of floor space to spare, investing in an entire wall of custom storage is a worthy splurge. Just imagine how much stuff you could fit in there! How: This is a job for a pro. Hire a cabinetmaker or an interior designer to create a storage wall that meets your needs and fits your space perfectly. If you are already working with an architect, ask for the storage to be worked into the plans.Cost: Around $3,000 to $6,000 for wall-to-wall cabinetry designed and built in by a cabinetmaker.

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Laura Waters added this to Bedroom ClosetsMarch 7, 2020

Love that it looks like original design of house

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winklerkati added this to Bedroom ideasDecember 3, 2019

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