This walnut veneer, custom walk-in master closet hybrid was designed by Closet Creations, located in St. George, UT. It is an entrant in the 2015 Closets Top Shelf Design Awards.

Features include a built-in washer and dryer, soft-close hardware, a cedar-lined wardrobe cabinet, a swiveling pull-out ironing board, hampers, a large island, full-length mirror, and a sitting bench with storage below.

Closet Creations specializes storage projects for garages, closets, home and offices as well as commercial spaces through its Closet Creations Commercial division.

The 2015 contest, which honors the best in home organization and storage design will accept entries until March 22. Enter at woodworkingnetwork.com/topshelf. Submission fee is $45.

CATEGORIES:

Garage: under 600 square feet; Garage: over 600 square feet

Home Office: less than 150 square feet; Home Office: more than 150 square feet

Closet: Laminate less than 18 linear feet; Laminate more than 18 linear feet; Closet: Wood less than 18 linear feet; Closet: Wood more than 18 linear feet; Closet: Reach in

Specialty: (craft, pantry, wine, laundry, mudroom)

Deadline: March 22, 2015
Entry Fee: $45

All winners will be recognized during the 2015 Cabinets & Closets Expo taking place in Chicago, IL, April 14-16.

In a change from previous years, the Gala Awards Reception will take place at the end of the opening day of the Expo, April 15 - so all the show attendees will get to see the work of some of the country’s top custom woodworkers.

Hosting the awards ceremony this year is Chicago furniture designer Brian Keith Ellison, a contestant on Spike TV’s Framework reality furniture show.

Design Portfolio awards are given annually to honor custom woodworkers for outstanding craftsmanship. The entry fee is $45 per entry and all winners, along with recognition at Cabinets & Closets Expo, will be featured in Woodworking Network magazine. For more information, contact Managing Editor Michaelle Bradford at mbradford@woodworkingnetwork.com.

View previous award winners.

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