We recently had an interesting request from a client that lives in a condo unit in downtown Minneapolis. They wanted to have built-in nightstands and upper cabinets to surround their bed as well as a new platform bed with hidden storage underneath it. We also added lots of LED lighting to the unit to make night time reading easier for them.
The client chose a Hard Rock Maple finish to match the cabinets in the rest of the condo. We made the side nightstands deeper to give enough space for their alarm clocks, phone chargers, and photos. The platform bed has 6 push to open drawers as well as a hidden compartment at the foot of the bed. An EcoResin panel, made with thatch fiber, was used to provide the finishing touch to bring the whole project together.
We had another great year for our 15th Anniversary and we would like to thank everyone who made it possible. From our customers to our wonderful employees we couldn’t have done it without you. We will be closed on Monday, January 2nd to give our employees a little extra time with our families. We hope everyone has a safe and Happy New Year!
When a couple moved into a new home in Wayzata ran into one big problem. The master closet in the bedroom wouldn’t be big enough to fit both of their wardrobes in it. Luckily there was a guest room in the basement that wasn’t being used for anything and was the perfect candidate for a closet makeover. It was big enough to fit an island and had ceiling tall enough to accommodate double hanging his extra tall shirts and pants. He also had lots of ties, belts, and watches that needed to be organized. Continue reading
1. Which way will the door open?
When in the planning stages its extremely important to think about accessibility and how you will enter your pantry. Sliding or barn doors will allow the most amount of space both inside and outside the pantry. Having an outward opening door will give the most amount space for shelves in the pantry but you’ll have to be sure you have enough clearance for the door to open. If you opt for an inward opening door just be mindful that you will lose some space inside the pantry to give the door enough clearance. Continue reading
It’s time to start getting the kids ready to go back to school and we would love to help you get organized for the new school year! Orders on white systems placed August 5th thru September 30th will receive 15% off. Call 612-623-0987 today for more information or visit tcclosets.com to book your complimentary in-home design consultation.
Garages have become the catch-all storage place for the home. When something doesn’t have a place inside the home then it usually finds it’s way into the garage. Everything from tools and sports equipment, to memorabilia and off season clothes gets stored in the garage. With so much being stored in the garage its easy to become overwhelmed if you don’t have a sufficient storage solutions for everything. A family in Minnetonka decided enough was enough and set out to remodel their entire garage. They contacted us to design, build, and install all new garage cabinets as well as Garage Floor Coating of Minnesota to have their concrete floor resurfaced and refinished. They also had new sheet rock put in to give the garage a more finished look. Continue reading
The Artisan Home Tour by Parade of Homes is going on now through the last weekend in June. This year’s tour features 22 new and remodeled homes from some of the best builders in the twin cities. In each artisan home you can see the craft and attention to detail that goes into each home. This year we were ecstatic to be selected as the closet company for one of the homes in Edina built by our friends at Great Neighborhood Homes. The home is located at 5115 Wooddale Glen in Edina, just across the street from the Edina Country Club. The home is gorgeous and complete with 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 4,700 square feet, and a 3-car garage. It even has a microbrewery in the basement!
We were thrilled to work with Mpls/St. Paul Magazine and ASID MN Designers for this year’s ASID Showcase Home Tour. This is our 3rd year being a part of the ASID Showcase Home Tour and each year is a little different and each home brings exciting challenges with it. This year’s home is located in Edina on Knoll Drive South, right by the lovely Bredesen Park. Dario and Jeanne Anselmo live here with their three children. The Anselmo’s wanted their new home to have a traditional flavor but with a modern twist by using modern textiles, fabrics, and textures to liven up more traditional European style furniture. We worked with ASID designers Peggy Augustine and Teresa Antonneau of Augustine Interiors on the mudroom and every closet in the house to help the Anselmo’s achieve their goal.
We are excited to be apart of Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine 2016 ASID Showcase Home Tour again! This year’s home is located in Edina on South Knoll Drive just off Blake Road. Mpls.St.Paul Magazine has teamed up with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID MN) to produce the premier interior design event of the year. Tour dates begin on May 21st and go through June 12th. If you’d like a chance to meet with the designers who worked on the home you should come to the opening Gala on May 20th. Tickets for the Gala are $100 and can be purchased here. Tickets for general tour times are $10 and can be purchased at the door or online at mspmag.com/hometour. General tour times are Wednesday-Sunday from 10AM-4PM. We hope to see you there!
What could be better than having gorgeous mile long views of the Minnesota Valley Wildlife Refuge? Why having a fully decked-out and organized closets to go along with it. When our clients asked us to design the closets for their gorgeous penthouse in Bloomington, they only had one stipulation. Make the closets as clean and beautiful as the view is. What would have normally been the master closet wasn’t big enough for both of their clothes, so they decided to use an extra room on the second floor as a second master closet for his clothes. The view from this second master closet is breath taking and we can imagine how incredible it must be to get changed every morning with a view like that. Continue reading