By Yannick Toinette. Bedroom. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 12:04:26 PM.
The broom closet was incorporated into the side of the wall of cabinets that faced the dining area. When the cabinets are closed, it was important to have all the individual cabinet doors line up. The broom cabinet had to be customized to ensure that it would be finished that way
Stacked, lighted cabinets were customized to replace the door panel design with glass. Glass size could have been larger to maximize light and view. Going forward I’d make sure the design of stacked, lighted cabinets would incorporate as much glass as possible.
We used the homeowners’ glass-front cabinet as a bookcase by removing the glass door and having our faux painter match the gorgeous vanity their daughter had grown up with. You would never know that the cabinet wasn't always designed or picked for the space with the beautiful antiqued white finish and gold details it now has today.
The biggest challenges were to create balance with the strong architectural moldings in the room, make the study area in the bedroom look and function as a cohesive part of the space, and incorporate some of the existing furniture pieces into the new design.
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