Bags, Belts, and Blouses. Oh My! Exploring The Custom Closet.

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A closet is so much more than an architectural afterthought. It is a home for our favorite clothes and accessories. It is where a mere mortal transforms into a super version of themselves. Think about the movie The Devil Wears Prada. The Runway magazine fashion closet turned assistant Andy Sachs turns from drab to totally chic in this glamorous custom closet. Or what about Gone With The Wind where Scarlett O'Hara kept one of the most extravagant dress collections, perfectly fit for a southern belle. And who could forget Carrie Bradshaw’s metropolitan closet from Sex In The City. In fact, Carrie said it best: "I like my money where I can see it... hanging in my closet." Her walk-in closet is a veritable treasure trove of fashion gold. A closet is a collection of fashion and accessory items that may be just as important as anything else in your home and more home builders are fielding requests from clients for large and luxurious walk-in closets to make sure their wardrobes are given a space vast enough to have everything organized and on display. 

Here at River Landing all of our custom home program builders are experienced with walk-in closets and even closet rooms. Fortunately, we are also pleased to recommend allied partner Strickland’s Closet and Home Organization as a regional business with a wealth of experience in this very arena.

“At Strickland’s Closets & Home Organization, closet organization is like a classic rock hit—frequently-requested and at the top of the charts. Just like a great song, a custom-designed closet can change your outlook on life. With our combination of experience and vision, we can create closets that suit any must-have list or personality.”

The company specializes in space-saving closets, odd-shaped closets, his and hers closets, workhorse closets, and dream closets! To find out more about their services and designs, you can Schedule An Appointment with one of their design professionals.

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