Earlier this year, American journalist, author and Real Housewives of New York star, Carole Radziwill, gave her two-bedroom SoHo apartment a polished pick-me-up. If you watch the show, it was clear to see that her downtown duplex needed a little TLC. However, what we didn’t see much of was Carole’s smaller second bedroom. A bedroom that would later be converted into a walk-in closet/dressing room designed, manufactured and installed by transFORM.
As the holiday break starts to come to a close, we have to confront the task of getting the kids and the house ready for back-to-school. As we know, getting back into a routine can be really hard. It can take at least a week to fully get back to normal. However, these tips will help you prepare your home and yourself to make the transition a smooth one.
transFORM’s custom designed wall beds provide comfort, convenience and charm without sacrificing valuable floor space. This multifunctional unit was made with White High Gloss and complementing Latte and Light Driftwood finishes. Tastefully accented with large handle, chrome finished hardware and paired with a pop of color, this neutral combination proves to be anything but dull.
This wall hung reach-in-closet featured in white veneer and accented with polished chrome hardware can maximize your smaller closet spaces to their full potential.
transFORM introduces its newest dressing room design showcasing the stylish hardware of Hafele in their Manhattan showroom at 25 East 26th Street. LED lighting throughout conveniently illuminates the dressing room so you can view your whole wardrobe. The glass shelves and mosaic-patterned tempered glass door fronts add a soft touch to the design and let you display your personality through your photos and home decor.
Dressing rooms display your wardrobe and allow you to easily locate your favorite clothing. Quickly becoming an essential part of the modern home, a dressing room adds style and convenience to your daily routine.