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How to Grow From Within

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 12/28/16 9:47 AM

We all need better homes, not bigger ones.

How do you "grow from within" when it comes to your house? Look at your home from every possible angle to see if you can fix the existing floorplan without expanding.  We have all seen the TV home improvement shows where folks rearrange furniture between rooms to create a new interior design. Or the shows where homeowners take out one minor wall and open up lots of space. And the ones where people add built-ins along the walls to minimize the amount of furniture needed.

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Even More Dressing Room Bling!

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 12/8/16 7:00 AM

There is more to tell!   We shared earlier posts about a Dressing Room and Closet project we installed.  It was for a very happy and excited client in Doylestown PA.  However, we failed to show off one very prominent feature of this project: a Hollywood style mirror and vanity!

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"Sparkle and Shine" -- More Dressing Room Bling

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 11/30/16 8:05 AM

As a follow-up to our dressing room bling post earlier this month, we're showcasing the jewelry island located in the glamorous dressing room and walk-in closet we installed in a client's home in Doylestown, PA.

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Dressing Room Bling

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 11/21/16 6:30 AM

In a little sing-song message on our designer's phone, our client left the following voicemail, "I loo-OOO-ove my new closet!"

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Library: Book nooks at Home

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 9/27/16 11:45 PM

Whether your favorite books are signed first editions or dog-eared paperbacks, they deserve well-designed nooks to rest their spines.  And though this era of digital books would lead you to believe that a library in your home is not a "necessity", there is something to be said for having a physical book in your hand and on a shelf.

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