California Closets Raleigh introduces design initiatives
November 10, 2022 | 10:10 am CST

California Closets Raleigh introduced a new finish palette and product enhancements available through the California Closets’ professional design consultants and newly refreshed showrooms in North Carolina and Virginia.

The composed palette of fine finishes and saturated colors expresses the Brand’s design sensibility and deep commitment to exceptional quality, the company said. For this considered selection, developed to work in every part of the home, each element was chosen to stand on its own or layer harmoniously. 

New finishes offered by California Closets Raleigh include CC Luxe Matte Morning Light, CC Wood Grain Misty Orchard, CC Wood Grain Quiet Grove, CC Luxe Matte Cinder, Wood Grain Cool Avenue, and, soon, CC Luxe Matte Deep Pond.

Available in a black, white, or stainless finish, the drawers join a new, slim-style Shaker door that offers a more modern profile.

California Closets recently updated its five showrooms located in North Carolina and Virginia to incorporate the latest design upgrades and display custom built-in systems that showcase the Company’s expertise in designing and installing highly-personalized closets, wall beds, pantries, offices, home bars, and garages.

“Visitors to our showrooms can experience our new finishes in an elevated way to envision how these colors might enrich their own space,” said Amanda Welch, California Closets design manager.
 

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