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Closet Lighting

Determining your navy blues from your blacks seems like a minor thing in life – but walk out the door with a mismatch and suddenly it feels epic. Or foolish to say the least. Good lighting is an important factor…

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Multifaceted Office Space

The customer had just completed remodeling an area at ground level of their home by combining smaller spaces off the kitchen area into one larger room in which they wanted to have a multi-purpose office room that would combine the…

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How To Organize a Shared Closet

he “His” and “Her” sections of a closet ( or His/His or Hers/Hers) come up frequently in a design consultation. Honestly, it’s often a 2/3 Her and 1/3 His division. But once you get past that, what about getting a…

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Organize Your Media Cabinet

are a place in your home where a couple of hours invested could net you lots of new storage space. And, perhaps, even some new entertainment value. We all have a bit of “old media syndrome” – whether it’s cassettes,…

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Garage Envy

Most people who live in houses with garages aren’t able to park their vehicles inside because they store so many other items in that space. On line sites like Yahoo put the number at around 50%. Other sources like Ask.com…

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Gift Wrapped Spaces

If the saying that it’s “better to give than to receive” is true, then having a dedicated space in your home that allows you to wrap gifts easily becomes a “must have” item because face it, we all know you’re…

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Closets With Angled Walls and Ceilings

Angled walls and ceilings present unique design challenges in closet space. What initially looks like great little “cubbie” space or “nooks” because of a curved wall or angled ceiling often ends up expensive to build out. And it isn’t always…

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