LOS ANGELES, CA — Lisa Adams Closet Design (LA Closet Design), a Los Angeles-based, luxury closet design firm with celebrity clients such as Kris Jenner, Guiliana Rancic, Jillian Michaels, Whitney Port and Eddie Murphy among others, makes her Good Morning America debut tomorrow, Friday, July 12 at 8 a.m.

Showcasing a breathtaking transformation, Lisa takes viewers through the creation of one lucky client’s dream closet. From initial concept to grand reveal, Lisa takes an ordinary storage space and transforms it into an extraordinarily luxurious closet. With lavish amenities and sophisticated style, the end result rivals boutiques on Rodeo Drive.

“It’s been an exciting opportunity to have my entire process captured on Good Morning America’s cameras,” says Adams. “I hope the segment will inspire people to organize and beautify their own spaces – it can be life-changing.”

Adams, who starred in a one hour HGTV special earlier this year titled “Million Dollar Closets” is not only a pro at creating extraordinarily beautiful closets, but is a die-hard advocate for the lifestyle value of a clean, organized and highly functional space. “The closet is often the first and last place of the day where we spend time – if it is an organized space where we can find what we need, it alleviates a level of stress,” says Adams. “I firmly believe that an organized life is a happier life.”

With this particular project, Adams’ goal was to impress her clients with a striking new space that was both functional and beautiful. Adams and her team accomplished just that with a finished product that weighed in at 187-square-feet and an aesthetic that blends feminine and masculine elements. Working with stained oak cabinetry, Adams performed a full gut remodel and even increased the ceiling height of the closet. A glass top island displays personalized drawers - for bracelets, watch winders, sunglasses and jewelry. The space features a glass bead ceiling treatment, two round Schonbek chandeliers, and mirrored doors with Minke leather frames and Swarovski crystal knobs. Back-lighting at the shoe and cubby displays enhance a boutique-like feel.

Overall, the closet transformation provided an opportunity to bring this his/her closet into one mutual area that is both feminine and masculine, exuding a sleek and sexy style.

About LA Closet Design: LA Closet Design is located at 10599 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 511 in Los Angeles, California. Offering full-scale wardrobe storage and design consulting as well as personal shopping and wardrobe styling services, LA Closet Design goes beyond constructing a functional space to create a luxurious and highly personalized environment for client’s most treasured belongings. To contact Lisa Adams, CEO and Designer, please call 310-289-1311. Web: www.laclosetdesign.com. Follow LA Closet Design on Facebook. Media inquiries, please contact Jennifer Barry or Alexandra Huff at The Barry Group PR, jbarry@thebarrygroup.net or alexandra@thebarrygroup.net.

Source: LA Closet Design

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