This tween girl's bedroom is filled with polka dots and pink decor. The closet features frosted glass doors to enhance the feminine look. Angled shelves hold a variety of shoes, and narrow drawers hold accessories like scarves, belts and hair accessories. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
A zinc-clad barn door conceals this walk in pantry when not in use. Shelves made from chicken wire and angle iron allow crumbs fall to the counter instead of being stuck on the shelves, making for easy cleanup.
This lovely kitchen uses light and dark contrasts and interesting shapes to create rich visual interest. Honey-colored wood shelves and countertops leap out from a backdrop of white cabinets and blue walls. The pendants are silvery half moons, a gentle counterpoint to the room's many crisp angles. Barstool: Knoll Bertoia wire stool
This shoe closet is so big it can only be captured with a wide-angle lens. Note how the shoes are placed on sliding shelves on a rail system, much like some public libraries use for books in England. That’s where Walter James got this idea, when trying to devise a storage system for his wife Tiffany’s more than 600 pairs of shoes. Walter designed the closet with three stationary back shelves and three additional rows of double shelves on a track with wheels and a header on top to hold the shelves in place and to keep them stable. The entire closet is made of cedar.
A built-in wood bookcase with glass shelves provides a beautiful storage area for books, pictures and other decorative items. Wood molding, which matches the bookcase, connects all angles of the room, disguising a wet bar hidden behind a wood door.
This spacious master bedroom features a beautiful gray wall color, stylish furniture and a built-in stone fireplace. Move from the plush white bed to the glamourous white chaise lounge to enjoy the view from surrounding windows. Built-in shelves surround the fireplace to allow for stylish display and seating options allow inhabitants to enjoy the room from any angle.
A small space doesn't mean you have to sacrifice style. This kitchen makes the most of every nook and cranny by incorporating storage and shelving at every angle. The countertop may not be deep, but it provides prep space.
Think beyond traditional finishes when choosing a hardwood floor for your kitchen. Wide-plank engineered wood floors with a slightly grayish hue lend a casual, rustic feel to this kitchen. An angled wood feature wall with open shelving adds additional texture and visual interest.
Ample lighting and angled, full-length mirrors create an ideal dressing space in this glamorous London walk-in closet. Cabinetry and shelving extend to the ceiling to maximize storage, and customized compartments hold everything from jewelry to boots to hats to dresses. A beaded chandelier adds sparkle to the transitional space.