Cambria Style

Dress Code

Your dapper duds are only as stylish as where you hang them, so opt for a custom closet that captures your personal style.

  • October, 2017
  • Photography by Steve Henke
Cambria design shown: SHARPHAM™

Island Living

Not just for the kitchen anymore, an island is an effective way to add valuable real estate to a walk-in closet, where it can make excellent use of often-wasted space with customizable drawers for jewelry, wallets, and other small accessories.

Cutting Edge

Dress up your island by adding sculptural hardware and topping it off with a stone slab that has a powerful and eye-catching edge—like this one in Cambria—that reflects and plays with the light like an emerald-cut gem.

Hanging Out

Even the best-planned closet in the world won’t preserve your favorite wardrobe staples if you don’t follow a few cardinal rules: say no to wire hangers, prevent wrinkles by avoiding overcrowding, and fold (don’t suspend) your sweaters to keep them shapely.

Made to Fit

There’s no such thing as an awkward or unusable space inside the closet. Even the smallest nook can become a go-to catchall for belts and hats or the perfect hideaway for treasured old photo albums, scrapbooks, or memorabilia.

Solo Style

Add an accent wall or two to bring color and flair to your space. Here, a corner of the closet comes to life with gold-swirled wallpaper, grounded by tactile leather touches.

Top Shelf

Define an intimate area within a larger space by adding a different countertop or finish to perimeter cabinets, as shown in this handsome desk vignette with its chunky gold ROSSLYN™ Cambria top.

Heart and Sole

Who says storage and function can’t also look good? This sleek custom shoe rack—topped with thin beveled pieces of Cambria that mimic the desktop above—displays your fashionable kicks as works of art.

Cambria design shown: ROSSLYN™