Hallways – the forgotten child of the home! Not with loads of art…
It’s been a long week. At least on my end. I’m definitely ready to put my feet up and relax this weekend.
via Convoy, Richard Clatworthy, Vineet Kaur, Steffan Holm for Hay, Desire to Inspire, Pure & Honest
So, I think I can put a rest to the main floor for the time being and move upstairs. We’re starting to sketch out some ideas for our walk-in closet. That sounds seriously surreal after living in places in New York that were anywhere from 350-1000 square feet. But, such are the benefits of building from scratch.
I actually prefer closets that are open, where you can see everything at once. But, given this is a separate space between the master bedroom and bathroom, it will probably make sense to put some doors on the cabinets.
Poliform does it right. They make the most ridiculously beautiful closets. I can’t help but wonder who lives in these spaces. I mean, really? Can I get a wardrobe to match, please?
I love the hardware and cabinetry on the Molteni&C closet shown below as well as the layout featured in the interior shot:
Below: Image from Robert Mills Architect