• How to Choose a Finish for Your Custom Closet

    Once More Space Place Dallas has helped you design a brand-new custom closet or customize an existing one, it’s time to select a finish material and color for your brand-new storage space. Do you know what your options are, and the pros and cons of different materials and color choices? If not, it’s time to take a look at the choices to determine the best look for your new storage area.

    Material Options

    More Space Place Dallas offers three material options for custom-made closets. These are thermofoil, laminate, and solid wood.

    Solid wood can be costly; however, it is both beautiful and durable. Wood furniture has a timeless appeal and using solid wood to build a custom closet can boost the home’s value if you decide to sell it at a future date.

    Laminate is a good alternative to wood, especially if you live in a humid area. It’s durable, easy to clean, and available in multiple color and style options.

    Thermofoil is a trending material that is sure to look good in any closet. It’s also affordable and easy to maintain.

    Selecting a Color

    Consider the type of clothing, accessories, and/or other items that will be stored in your closet. Do you have a lot of dark-colored clothing and/or brightly-colored clothing? If so, a neutral closet color may be a good option for your home. Experts note that colors such as beige, tan, white, and gray provide a great backdrop to highlight your belongings. As an added benefit, these colors reflect light to create a spacious, bright atmosphere.

    On the other hand, there are benefits of using dark colors for part or even all your closet. A closet painted in a dark color may require additional lighting, but it will also have a cozy, elegant appeal. Dust won’t be immediately visible as it would in a light-colored closet. Alternatively, contrasting dark colors with light ones (i.e., using a dark-colored finish for the shelves and a light color for the closet walls) gives the room a sleek, modern appearance.

    For walk-in closets, feel free to get creative. You don’t have to select a color that matches the rest of the room; rather, you can create a personalized space to reflect your tastes and creativity. Bold colors are a good option if you want a unique closet space.

    Customize to Your Preferences!

    Closets should be both convenient and aesthetic. Consider style and practical points when selecting a finish to create a closet space that perfectly meets your needs and suits your tastes. The designers of More Space Place Dallas are experts in helping choose a finish that fits your specific style preferences. Contact us today for a free consultation!

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