Closets magazine October 2015

Closets Magazine October 2015 Products

Synchronized Dual-side Textured Thermofused LaminateUniboardUniboard launched DUO, a thermofused laminate panel with Woodprint Technology offers quality and realism and applies the textured surface to both front and back. Woodprint Technology aligns the décor paper and the surface texture to replicate real wood characteristics.(800) 263-5240, LED Aluminum Extrusion LightingTresco Lighting by Rev-A-Shelf

ClosetMaid Builds Luxury in Penthouse Suites and High-Rises

ClosetMaid has been making waves in the builder market, winning multiple contracts to outfit luxury apartment buildings across the country with its flexible home storage and organization systems and offering new concierge services.Two recent projects highlight its success with high-end builders: Hanover Post Oak in Houston, TX, and Form 15 in San Diego, CA.

6 Tips for Hosting a Successful Marketing Event

Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City hosted its first networking event, in our showroom in August. It was aimed at introducing local builders and contractors to the products and services a closet company can offer them.Our designer also invited her local IFDA chapter (International Furnishings and Design Association) and members from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).
By JoAnne Landis

Small Storage Spaces in the Big Apple Create Opportunity

At a recent presentation on space saving and convertible furniture for interior designers at 200 LEX, the New York Design Center, I asked the questions, “who here has ever had an apartment in New York City that needed more space... maybe your first apartment?” and “who here has helped a client with an apartment in New York City that needed more space?” Everyone chuckled and their hands shot straight up, because they could relate.
By Donovan Malloy

iPhone's Siri Now Controls LED Home Lighting

Philips' smart-home hub for LED lighting, the connected lighting system Hue, has been upgraded and is now available on Apple's HomeKit system, which connects household products such as lighting and appliances that work together through a single command.