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One bonus of the new addition in our home, was a walk-in closet. It’s on the smaller size, so I turned to EasyClosets to help maximize every inch. As you may recall, the design was done virtually with EasyClosets and we installed it ourselves. Here are some images of the closet design and install in case you missed it.
The closet’s neutral color palette flows from the bedroom and bathroom. My starting point for the design was Cole & Son’s Great Wave wallpaper which was selected for an accent wall. The beautiful crashing wave design was inspired a 19th century Japanese woodprint. To complement the coastal feel and grays in the wallpaper, I choose the driftwood finish for the cabinets and layered natural elements such as the jute rug and seagrass baskets.
Love the shoe rack! I can now display and find all of my favorites quickly!
The hutch drawer unit provides both me and my husband plenty of drawer and opening shelving. I love have counter space for jewelry and other trinkets.
We love our small walk-in closet design and are so pleased with the result! Thank you EasyClosets for making the process so easy!
drift-wood walk-in closet – EasyCloset
great wave wallpaper – Cole & Son
diamond jute rug – Pottery Barn
silver tin box – Serena & Lily
turquoise shagreen box – Martha Stewart
seagrass dipped baskets – Container Store
mid-century stamp bowl – West Elm
*disclosure: This post was sponsored by EasyClosets, however all opinions are my own (as always!)
** photo credit: Cristin Priest of Simplified Bee