REAL SIMPLE Closet MakeoverTransitional Closet, New York
What Houzz contributors are saying:
7. Wrapping diva. The doors on this standard-size closet have been removed and replaced with a rod and curtains, allowing the homeowner to view all its contents at once. Shelves and magazine holders contain a collection of fabrics and craft supplies, while a trunk displays a ribbon collection. A wall-mounted rack holds rolls of wrapping paper.
Curtain call. All right, let’s have a little reality check: In a sea of closets that are bigger than many apartments, over 29,000 Houzzers added this realistically sized example to their ideabooks. A typical double-closet-turned-craft-emporium has a place for everything, including wrapping paper and ribbon racks, boxes with clear fronts, magazine bins and more. It looks wonderful exposed, but this clever homeowner replaced the closet doors with bold and pretty curtains from West Elm.