Space Solutions in Style At Home’s 100+ Best Designer Secrets issue

Last fall, we did a closet makeover for Stephanie Saunders, and at the time, a profile of her space was shown on CityLine. Style At Home magazine has just released their 100+ Best Designer Secrets issue, and Stephanie’s project gets covered there too. Pick up a copy on newstands now and have a look! Thanks Stephanie!

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The following was originally posted on October 13, 2011.

Today our friend, stylist Stephanie Saunders presented a makeover of her condo on CityLine‘s Home Day that we contributed a closet renovation towards. She’s done a wonderful job of bringing modern and traditional looks together, and shows you that white need not be boring! You can watch the entire episode by clicking here.

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This reach-in closet interior (click the image to view the original sketch of the layout in a new window) is constructed in white melamine, with high-gloss white drawer fronts. We’ve provided clothes hanging on either side of the tower, and ample shoe storage below the long clothes hanging; Stephanie has selected some of her favourite shoes to sit in a prominent space atop the bank of drawers. It looks great. We’ve also closed off the closet with a set of our sliding doors. The aluminum hardware uses the Niagara profile, and features mullion strips on top of high-gloss white insert panels, carrying the look that she has employed in the rest of the bedroom to the closet, both inside and out. Stephanie’s entire project looks great, and Space Solutions is proud to have been a part of it.

Here are a couple of quick images from the production, so you may see the finished product in more detail.

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Space Solutions closet on CityLine Home Day

Today our friend, stylist Stephanie Saunders presented a makeover of her condo on CityLine‘s Home Day that we contributed a closet renovation towards.  She’s done a wonderful job of bringing modern and traditional looks together, and shows you that white need not be boring! You can watch the entire episode by clicking here.

CityLine Space Solutions White Closet High Gloss white

This reach-in closet interior (click the image to view the original sketch of the layout in a new window) is constructed in white melamine, with high-gloss white drawer fronts. We’ve provided clothes hanging on either side of the tower, and ample shoe storage below the long clothes hanging; Stephanie has selected some of her favourite shoes to sit in a prominent space atop the bank of drawers. It looks great. We’ve also closed off the closet with a set of our sliding doors. The aluminum hardware uses the Niagara profile, and features mullion strips on top of high-gloss white insert panels, carrying the look that she has employed in the rest of the bedroom to the closet, both inside and out. Stephanie’s entire project looks great, and Space Solutions is proud to have been a part of it.

Here are a couple of quick images from the production, so you may see the finished product in more detail.

CityLine Space Solutions Niagara doors High Gloss White TorontoCityLine Space Solutions Closet High Gloss White Toronto


Closet Feature on Home Day

Our friends at City Line have featured another one of our projects this week. We recently did a reach-in closet for Karen Sealy – our original design of the space is below.

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This closet was built using a wood colored melamine finish called “Secret”, and features mixing hanging of long and short, deep drawers for clothing, a shallow drawer for jewelry and a pull out surface for folding clothes on. We also created a tower for storing shoes and purses. The drawers feature standard ball bearing full extension slides, and flat fronts with brushed metal pulls for a contemporary look. A closet like this will typically cost around $2000, including installation and taxes.

Of course, our melamine closets are completely custom-produced for you from the bottom up, so whether you want a solution identical to this one, or would like to consider this a jumping off point to have your own space redone, please use our Appointment Request Form to request an in-home consultation, or use the phone numbers at the bottom of this page.  If you would like more information, please email us.


City Line Laundry Feature

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Today on CityTv City Line’s Home Day did a feature on the Laundry Room featuring some of our products. Here’s some information about what was shown, and how to order.

1_1_l.jpgThis Ironing Board Cabinet mounts to the wall, and features a drop down board inside. The cabinet comes with an unfinished birch door, which may be painted or stained to suit the decor. The cabinet is 14.5″ wide, 3.25″ deep and 48″ high. The cabinet is sized so that if desired, you may embed it into the wall and mount between studs. The board is 42″ long. This cabinet retails for $350 and can generally be available within a week as a special order. Other variations are available that feature a storage shelf inside or with a transformer so it could be wired into the house wiring. These other variations retail from $750 to $1100.

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This pull down valet rack mounts to the wall and provides a temporary hanging space in the laundry room, ideal for transferring garments out of the dryer, or for storing while you iron. The valet comes in chrome and is generally in stock in our stores, and retails for $35.

We also build cabinets and shelving systems in your laundry room to suit. If you are interested in purchasing any of the items shown above, or if you would like more information, please contact us to arrange.

Update August 7, 2008: this episode was re-aired today.  The products and prices are still valid.

Update February, 2011: The items shown here are still available at these prices.  We have eliminated items from the post that are no longer available.