As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson repurposed an unnecessary extra bedroom into a large, functional walk-in closet with industrial built-in component shelves perfect for storing shoes and accessories.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson repurposed a small and unnecessary extra bedroom into a large, functional walk-in closet with industrial built-in shelves perfect for storing shoes and accessories.
A large white shelving unit surrounds the TV, creating a stylish display area for media components and decorative items. A small black bar area is illuminated with three globe-shaped gold pendant lights, adding a touch of glamour to this sleek space. A leather upholstered bench behind the neutral sofa provides additional seating and adds a pop of color to the room's neutral palette.
Create an intentional break in the cabinets by adding another component to a wall. In an Atlanta Victorian home, designer Jenn Ryan Designs separated the row of upper cabinets with a section of small shelves that holds spices and keeps cookbooks handy.
To attach this system to the wall, two vertical wooden slats were fastened to the wall with a drill, then the shelves were cantilevered over them. Not only does the shelving unit house necessary media components, it creates stylish storage space for books and accessories.