How do you make a small home feel spacious? Custom built-in cabinetry is a great place to start.
Custom Cabinets in San Francisco
Our two newest remodels have a place for everything: shoes in their dedicated closet, hang-dry delicates in their linen cabinet, necklaces in their jewelry drawer and bathroom mirrors in their wall-mounts. Scroll through for more bathroom and closet details designed just for her.
Built-In Shoe Rack
When you take pride in your shoe collection, why not put it on display? This small closet is lined wall-to-wall with shelving specially made for heels and handbags.
Pull-Out Shoe Rack
To conserve closet space, pull-out racks are an easy way to store a whole shoe collection. This homeowner has side-by-side cabinets with three shoe drawers each, easily holding up to 48 pairs of sneakers, sandals and heels.
Pull-Down Clothes Rack
Hanging space can be doubled in tall closets with with a pull-down clothes rack. When fully upright, the top rack fits in line with the bottom rack and can be enclosed by cabinet doors. A long handle hangs within arm’s reach for pulling the top rack down to eye level.
The racks stack on top of each other for efficient storage
The top rack can be pulled down for easy access
Hang-Dry Linen Closet
The hallway between the guest room and master bedroom is outfitted with a tiny but highly practical laundry station. Instead of setting up a hanging rack for her many delicate items, the homeowner can stick them right in the linen closet to air dry. A circulation vent and water drain allow clothes to dry on their hangars both quickly and out of sight.
One of the best ways to reduce clutter is to build in dedicated space for jewelry and other keepsakes. This unit includes five cubbies for storing jewelry, personal items or clothing. A lined jewelry drawer keeps necklaces and bracelets tangle-free in one accessible location.
To double as a phone charging station, add an outlet to any cubby!
Bathroom Details: Natural Light & Mirrors
In this master bedroom, double sided mirrors are disguised as medicine cabinets. The swinging mirrors are perfect for filtering the morning light while getting ready for work.
Keeping everything in its place can be easier said than done when you’re a working mom or traveling professional living in a city home. Cabinetry that is customized to your wardrobe, routines and lifestyle make all the difference for maintaining a tidy space that functions beautifully for your needs.
When it comes to custom cabinets in San Francisco, what day-to-day storage are you looking to design, hide or optimize? Tell us in the comments!