Photo update from the “Design of the Month” Winner for April 2010 – Betty Byrne, California Closets.

“My customer could  not be happier.  She still calls me every couple of weeks and says she just doesn’t want to lose touch.” – Betty Byrne, Design Consultant from California Closets

A stunning His and Hers Walk-In Closet finished in Cordovan Cherry Wood! Notice the organization double hanging provides allowing one to separate out shirts, slacks, jackets, etc.

Betty’s customer valued organization, but was very accustomed to one rod with everything being the same height, no division.  Initially, her customer wanted an off-white with everything the same height.  She used the floor and top shelf, as a typical closet is constructed.  It took a long time and a lot of convincing that sectioning, shelves, drawers and double hang was the way to go.

Walk In Closet - Designed by Betty Byrne of California Closets
Her side of the closet filled with her organized hanging, pocketbooks, and 60 pair of shoes.

“The customer has since installed two Crystal chandeliers to complement the closet and floor to match our wood.  It is beautiful” Betty Byrne, California Closets

We used a Granite countertop for a finishing touch to his Hutch providing easy access to his Valet box, sweaters and shoes. Note the belt rack for one stop dressing.
Walk In Closet designed by Betty Byrne of California Closets
Close up view of Cordovan Wood Raised Panel drawers. This is a 5 part drawer face. Our drawer faces are full extension on a ball bearing glide.
Walk In Closet designed by Betty Byrne of California Closets
Brass pull-out pants rack 30" wide, able to accommodate up to 24 slacks - half hang, or use clips for skirts instead.

The exquisite, multi-functional design of the Master Bedroom His and Hers Walk-In Closet was completed by Betty Byrne, a veteran Design Consultant for California Closets.  It was expertly installed by Rachel Precourt.

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