A Twilight Closet Highlight

By Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 11/20/2012 9:51AM

 

click image to zoomPhoto / Andrew Cooper / Summit Entertainment / SMPSPPhoto / Andrew Cooper / Summit Entertainment / SMPSP A fully, furnished walk-in closet makes an appearance in the latest installment of Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, which hit the theaters last weekend.

Of course, every stylish vampire must have a high-end, walk-in closet to match her newly acquired fashionista bona fides and the movie's main character, Bella Cullen, is no exception.

In the latest and last installment of the highly popular vampire series, Bella has not only gotten her wish to be just as cold blooded as her Victorian-era husband, Edward, but she has traded in her grunge for a touch of glamour. And once you update the wardrobe then of course the closet must follow.

Nestled in the forest not far from the contemporary Cullen family abode is a classic cottage, the brand new home of newlyweds Edward and Bella Cullen, complete with the latest in home storage and organization design: a library stocked with the works of Shakespeare, including The Merchant of Venice, as well as a classic, white walk-in closet with mouldings, multiple hang areas, shoe shelves, a window seat and wall sconces.

This is not the type of home of your grandfather's favorite vampire. The modern vampire certainly has evolved from the Count Dracula era. Gone are the drab clothes and gothic mansions, now replaced by the hip and contemporary. If you have to live forever then you might as well do it in style.

 

About the Author

Michaelle Bradford

Michaelle Bradford is Managing Editor of Closets magazine, Custom Woodworking Business magazine, Wood Products magazine and Custom Built Interiors Weekly eNewsletter. She can be reached at mbradford@woodworkingnetwork.com or Google+.

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