How To Design A Walk In Closet: The Professional Guide To Creating Effective Space
Publish Date: 2014-12-10
Author: Denise M Butchko
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I DON'T WANT YOU TO BUY THIS BOOK!
It's the first edition and has been modified.
And as you look at others, please read description and keep in mind that these small books are not intended to be comprehensive guides.
This book is focused on CLOSET DESIGN. It does not cover installation or manufacturing. So please don't buy this book if that's what you're looking for.
It's a short book packed with actionable information if you've never designed a closet before. It's not Wikepedia for closets, so to be clear, don't expect to get all the information that I cover in my more in depth closet design course. The book was not created with that intention.
This book takes you through the steps and thought processes I go through when designing walk in closet space. While concrete things like measurements and materials are more science , there's an actual art to creating a solution that meets the needs of the clients and the parameters of the space. says Butchko. This book covers both.It's focus is designing the space, not the installation or the fabrication of the closet. The book, How To Design a Walk In Closet , highlights:
-How to design to maximize corner space
-How to design around common closet obstacles like steam mechanicals, doors and windows that interrupt space and inconveniently placed outlets.
-The best location for things like long hang, gym clothes and shoe collections.
-How to determine whether or not an island will work in the space is in your future
-What a bridge shelf is and how to explain it so clients don't think you're wasting space -Closet Industry terms