Andreas Messis, Stuart Reich, and Rozalia Kiss
Rye Brook This 200 sq ft walk-in closet and dressing room creates a spa-like atmosphere made from a combination of different materials including Almondine and Medium Coco finishes. The glass shelves and mosaic-patterned, tempered glass door fronts add a soft touch to the design. The shelves also allow the family to display personal items like photos and home accessories. There is also a hidden pull-down TV, two sets of slanted shelves for shoes, a pull-out accessory cabinet, two pull-out hampers, and plenty of space to relax and dress.
Photo by Peter Krupenye
Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, ASID, Christine Lent, AIA, and John Rapetti, AIA Assoc.
Carol Kurth Architecture + Carol Kurth Interiors
Bedford This modern closet was designed to be an efficient men’s closet for the husband who is a global traveler complete with storage including a drop-off area for wallet and keys. It has a minimalistic aesthetic and features a dressing area featuring built-in window seats, a wardrobe cabinetry and display space all in a luxurious white gloss lacquer and walnut finish.
Other Contributors: Contractor, Legacy Construction Northeast; Millwork Fabricator, Peter’s Carpentry
Photo by Stefan Radtke
Scarsdale This 76 sq ft walk-in closet features a classic Dove finish, pull-out hampers, a valet rod, tie rack, mirror, and jewelry trays. It is clean, crisp, and modern in style, designed for a model unit in a new development in Scarsdale.
Photo by Mick Hales
Rye This “her” closet makes the most of storage, allows the ease of visualizing contents, and protects cherished items behind glass doors. With only a little more than 100 sq ft to use, every inch had to be well utilized. The glass front cabinets on two walls were designed to maximize the storage for shoes, purses, sweaters, and other folded items. The bench seat under the window has deep drawers making it both practical and pretty.
Other Contributors: JWH Construction Management; Interior Design, Linda Talt, LT Décor