(Throwback story from November 2016 -- too good not to share it again!)
The project began as an odd-shaped, empty room as part of a new addition to our client's home. It slowly morphed into a dressing room and walk-in closet that rivals a women's boutique store. The unfinished room featured odd angles, windows, and a high ceiling. It had a long, narrow footprint. The client wanted lots of shelving, cabinets, and hanging areas around the outskirts of the room. She also requested an island in the center filled with multiple jewelry drawers.
All of the custom cabinetry is constructed in antique white melamine with a caramel glaze, and all door and drawer fronts feature raised panels. A custom vanity was included along one wall, which features a Hollywood-style mirror. The center island filled with jewelry drawers has so much bling, we are going to save information on that for a separate post!
We're human after all.
Despite the best of intentions, not every project goes flawlessly from start to finish. This particular one suffered some delays in receiving custom door panels and had an island tower initially made to an incorrect height. We mention this to illustrate that occasionally unexpected situations come up when doing a home improvement or remodeling project. We also mention this to show that we will do everything within our power to "make it right".
There are 2 more articles in this series: More Dressing Room Bling, Even More Dressing Room Bling