Transforming a Reach-in Closet to a Luxury Wardrobe

This customer was fed up with the closet in her master bedroom. Two medium sized reach-in closets with plain track sliding doors; it was time for a change. She wanted something that looked like it had belonged with the rest of the room and wanted those doors gone but there wasn’t any room to build a free standing wardrobe unit. It was decided that we would remove the existing doors and place the wardrobe unit inside the existing space in the closet. The client wanted to make sure the new unit blended in with the traditional style of the room so she selected her own oil rubbed bronze handles for the wardrobe.

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Before: the unflattering track sliding doors didn’t mesh with the rest of the room’s decor.

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After: The new unit blends in with the rest of the room and adds beautiful raised panel fronts to cover her clothes.

Closets: White Wardrobe in Minneapolis 55401

After: To maximize hanging space the original hanging rod was left in place and a pass through was made between partitions.

Closets: White Wardrobe in Minneapolis 55401

After: Fluted trim pieces were added to finish it off and make it seem like it had always been part of the room.