Welcome to a his & her custom walk-in closet with dressing area courtesy of the Senoia floorplan built by Donny Brook Homes in The Park at Anderson Farm in Marietta, Georgia.
There are 2 things to say about this large, his and her walk-in closet:
- Nice design
- Great storage capability
Typically, we tour homes and find wire shelving in a closet “99 times out of 100”.
This post is about that 1% (or less) of homes that we visit where the builder put themselves in the shoes of the buyer. BRAVO!
If you’ve ever been “homestalking”, then you are probably aware that most homebuilders install wire shelving in new homes on a regular basis. They’re very cheap and easy to install. The walk-in closets in those homes beg to be customized.
If you’ve searched for walk-in closets or custom closets, then what follows will pique your interest.
What you’re probably looking for are customized walk-in closet ideas, useful closet system components, and great closet design.
Keep in mind, we’re not talking about Liberace’s closet here.
This is Liberace’s closet:
While it’s hard to say that the closet in The Senoia plan is custom — due to it being in a new home without a resident in sight to customize for — it is what many people would want installed if given the opportunity and the proper funding.
I’ll just mention a few things and then invite you to view the “clickable” photos below.
- The dimensions of the walk in closet are roughly 10′ x 14′.
- It is located through the master bath.
- The walk-in closet features suspended shelving, recessed shelving, dressing mirror, daylight (if so desired), and plenty of room for your clothes and “what-nots”.
- They even went to the trouble of installing crown molding throughout. Sweet!
This particular home plan deserves another post or two — because the entire floor plan and design was very appealing.
More Photos Of This His & Her Custom Walk-In Closet
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