Stan and Tilly recently renovated their house; the place was buzzing with trades whenever I went in to do a small job. The walk-in closet got left behind a little with all the other updates to keep track of. So they asked for a design, and did some of their own, for some storage space and hanging rails. Between us and several drafts of drawings we came up with a nice design. Then it was time to build!
I divided the tall cabinet into two parts in order to get it into the room. I used soft-close drawer hardware made by Grass. Drawers are made of 1/2 inch plywood with MDF drawer fronts.
Next I made the upper cabinet and painted the shelf pieces.
Once the paint was dry, it was time to install! It was a long day of getting everything just right, but it turned out very nicely.
Closets are difficult to photograph. Here is a panorama that almost gets it…