“I love my closet.” “This is my favorite room in my home.” “The closet was the best part of my renovation.”
Sound familiar? We all want clients to love their closet, however designers often approach and see spaces in different ways. Yet the design goals are the same − transforming a space into a functional and beautiful closet while seamlessly incorporating client dreams and recognizing obstructions that can easily become pitfalls.
The fall issue of Closets & Organized Storage will launch a series of design articles exploring the art of closet design. Closet designers across the country will be given essential space dimensions including all obstructions as well as client needs and wishes. Those designers will then use this information to design the closet and discuss their approach to meeting the client’s functional and aesthetic needs.
This program will allow designers to test their knowledge and design acumen against their peers from across the country. For example, can you assess the client’s space and storage needs and design a space that meets both form and function? Join us and find out.
Closet designers: If you would like to participate and be featured in upcoming issues, please email ACSP President Wendy Scott, email@example.com by June 30.
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