“Design of the Month” Winner – August, 2010
California Closets has selected the “Design of the Month” Winner for August 2010 – a beautiful and creative closet solution designed by Nancy Dayian of California Closets. The closet system was installed by Scott Hanson, Dave Nardini and Derek Clifford.
PHOTO: This customized storage solution designed by Nancy Dayian works flawlessly within the space available and fully accommodates the customers needs. The new design takes advantage of the vertical space and really makes these areas function. The closet system is shown in Maple with Chrome accents.
Nancy also added a beautiful design element to the door fronts – Bamboo Ring Ecoresin® inserts. Ecoresin® inserts (below) are perfect for adding color and a touch of nature to your system. Ecoresin® inserts are handmade sheets of resin with natural materials compressed between them.
REACH-IN CLOSET: (left) was designed to display the customers stunning collection of shoes and handbags, as well as to make the items easily accessible.
- WALL UNIT: (center) see features below.
- Enclosed shelving for folded clothing (behind doors)
- Jewelry drawer to store valuables and accessories
- 18″ of medium length hanging (middle, behind doors)
3D DESIGN: Feat. adjustable shelving sections, drawers, hanging sections for clothing and beautiful glass door. Custom designed by Nancy Dayian of California Closets.
The new Wall Unit (center) will hold folded items on shelves behind doors above the drawers, including a drawer for jewelry, and the middle section holds 18” of medium hanging. The hanging section of the closet (right) holds 3’ of short hanging and 18” of long hanging.
Contact Nancy by email: email@example.com
Awards & Recognition:
- Quality Designer of the Year
- Closer of the Year
- Million Dollar Club
- Silver Club
- Designer of the Month
Contributor to and Supporter of:
- Habitat for Humanity
- Make A Wish
- Project Smile
- New England Village home for disabled
- Dress for Success
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