Have you ever thought about why you chose a certain paint color or a piece of jewelry? You probably picked it because you liked it, or because it inspired you or brought you joy. Whatever the reason, over time, all of your choices have come together to create a unique style. Your style is important because it shows who you are and what you like. The clothes you wear are usually the easiest ways to tell a person’s style; but what about where you keep your clothes? Does your closet match your style?
A contemporary closet will have super clean cuts of wood with minimal tooling and simple finishes. Solid neutral colors, such as black, white, gray, and brown, will be used. The space will have an open feel with clean lines. Contemporary styles do not have a lot of detailing on the cabinets or drawer fronts, and the hardware will complement this sleek design.
A rustic style features earthy, natural hues with thick wooden accents. Exposed beams and rafters are common rustic touches, and sliding barn doors are used to hide your belongings. Rustic styles incorporate pieces that look like they belong outdoors, in a classy way. The dark hardware accents and wood finishes pull this design together perfectly.
Traditional designs typically feature strong solid wood with raised paneling on drawer fronts and cabinets. Crown molding and other elegant details are added to enhance the appearance of the space. Traditional style closets are often very symmetrical. This timeless style gives a warm and welcoming feeling every time you enter the room.
Putting a spin on the traditional style, shabby chic takes the old and makes it new. This classic-turned-modern design uses light neutral colors such as ivory, white, and tan. Added pops of pastel pinks and teals brighten the space and give it a soft Victorian feel. With the addition of a chandelier or some throw pillows, your space will be transformed!
Who says your closet can’t have bright colors? In an abstract design, you can use bright colors to liven up the space. Using a bright color against a brown, black, or white wood makes the space interesting and can start you off on the right foot every morning. An abstract style would also use geometric shapes with some out-of-the-box details. This type of closet will really make you say “WOW!”
Whichever style you prefer, you want to work with someone (like us) who understands your style and can provide the storage solutions you need. The right provider will create a design that makes the most of your space, and also provide quality construction and installation.