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Example of an urban gender-neutral laminate floor and brown floor walk-in closet design in Other with flat-panel cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets —  Houzz
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tamarajo wrote:Aug 8, 2018
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    Haven Builders Inc

    Hi Susan,

    We had actually gotten the door and handles locally made here in Saskatoon. The barn door hardware was from Richelieu.

  • Jonathan Parent

    is this a custom closet organization set up or is it pre-made system?

Paula Carmichael wrote:Feb 24, 2019

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Gaskill added this to How to Make Your New House Feel Like Home After a MoveApr 30, 2019

    2. Take the Time to Get Organized From the StartWhether you opt to do it yourself or hire a professional organizer or closet designer to help you, taking the time to get a few key areas neat and tidy from the get-go will make life in your new home much more pleasant. Instead of putting things away in your new space as quickly as possible, slow down and think about how you would like your home to be organized, paying special attention to the closets, drawers and garage or storage shed. Organized From the Start: 8 Smart Systems for Your New House

    Gwendolyn Purdom added this to 9 Features That Are Popular in Closets NowDec 13, 2018

    3. Warmer, With WoodWhat the pros say. The rustic character that’s been such a staple of the popular farmhouse style appears to be making its way into closets as well. “I am seeing a migration from ultramodern to transitional — a wanting for more warmth in the space, whether that’s wood-grain cabinetry or lighting and furnishings,” Adams says. Wood looks have additionally gained traction in the form of new textured melamine closet systems and other materials that appear more like natural wood than some earlier wood-grain iterations.What popular Houzz photos say. Warm lighting, hardware and wood accents appeared in a number of recent popular closet photos, including this one.

    Laura Gaskill added this to This Weekend: Meteors, S’mores and Tidy ClosetsJul 27, 2018

    2. Tidy Clothes ClosetsIt may be the hottest time of the year, but it’s also prime time for fall clothes shopping. Make room in your closet for new purchases by weeding out items you don’t wear. If you have career-appropriate clothing and accessories in good condition, consider donating them to your local chapter of Dress for Success, a nonprofit organization that helps women in need prepare for job interviews. To donate men’s work-appropriate clothing, try Career Gear. Some charities offer pickup or mail-in services that can help.Tidying tips:Add wall hooks near your closet for quickly hanging up stray items.Prevent toppling piles by stashing soft items in open bins.Store less-frequently used items on the highest shelf.Make sure your closet is well-lit so you can find what you need.10 Tips for Organizing Your Closets and Cabinets | Find closet-organizing products

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Grace added this to webuser_715946064's ideasAug 18, 2019

    I'd like to move my rods to the side of the closet to allow a walk in style and create more room. Adding hooks on the side of the shelves will create space for jewelry.

    tunaville1 added this to laundry roomsAug 3, 2019

    Use these sorts to cover the laundry area when not using it?

    donutli added this to ShortlistAug 2, 2019

    In the entry: a mini walk-in closet for coats and shoes

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