The Perfect Master Closet Design

When you’re having a custom home built in Middle Tennessee, you can design every last feature – and many people find that the master closet is not only fun to design, but essential in creating the perfect space.

Carbine & Associates, Franklin, TN

Essentials in Closet Design

Naturally, you’ll want as much space as possible in your master closet. That way, your bedroom doesn’t have to be cluttered with a bulky dresser or armoire. Many people choose to line the walls with drawers and shelves; you can also choose a stand-alone, fixed structure with drawers, cabinets and cubbies as a centerpiece in your closet.

A bench seat can be a beautiful (and necessary) addition. You can choose something sleek and modern or a classic, vintage bench. Either way, you’ll find benches and seating in celebrity closets all over the country (including the closets of Mariah Carey, Kimora Lee Simmons and Christina Aguilera).

You can’t have a complete closet without a mirror – it adds style and the added illusion of more light. Additionally, it saves you the trouble of leaving and coming back as you’re putting together your look for the day. According to Geoffrey Bradfield, you absolutely must have one: “In a very small space, lightness is essential.” Even if your closet is large, it can feel cramped once it’s filled with your wardrobe.

Having a Hand in Your Own Closet Design

At Carbine and Associates, we work hand-in-hand with each of our clients to create the perfect living space. From master closets to breathtaking kitchens, bathrooms and other living spaces, our custom homes are designed to meet your needs and personal style. We also have several new homes for sale in Middle Tennessee’s premier neighborhoods, including Kings’ Chapel, Bridgemore Village and Tollgate Village.

Call us at (615)661-9995 or contact us online – we’ll be happy to talk about creating the master closet of your dreams.

About the Author:

Carbine & Associates was founded by James Carbine and the late Denzel Carbine in 2003. Originally from Florence, Alabama, James earned a bachelor of business administration degree from Auburn University. As a long-time home builder, he continues the quality, elegance and passion for building synonymous with his early partnership with his brother.