In a New York City apartment, renovated by Glickman Schlesinger Architects, a custom unit with handleless, lacquered doors conceals a small workspace and ample clothes storage.
The architect of this Brooklyn loft designed the custom cabinet walls as a unifying visual feature that anchors the living and dining area and provides practical storage space.
Custom plywood cabinets outfit the kitchen and living area of this renovated Victorian abode in Melbourne.
A sliding storage wall in a London loft can be tucked aside to allow a seamless connection to the living and dining area.
In his Brooklyn apartment, architect Philip Ryan outfitted an Ikea Pax and Komplement closet system with custom doors and placed automotive felt over them to dampen sound from a nearby track of the Long Island Rail Road.
In a Malibu house, a colorful, laminate-clad wall of storage stretches seamlessly from the kitchen to the bedroom, where it contains the couple’s clothing, shoes, and linens.
A renovated, Ray Kappe–designed house in Manhattan Beach, California features a dressing area that not only stores clothes in its paneled built-ins, but also contains a vanity.