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The New Transparency: 7 Glass-Fronted Closets and Wardrobes

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The New Transparency: 7 Glass-Fronted Closets and Wardrobes

Julie Carlson April 09, 2015

Observed recently: closets and wardrobes with glass doors to encourage orderliness (and easy access on rushed mornings).

Above: The KBH Glass Dresser from Danish company Kobenhavns Mobelsnedkeri is handmade of dark fumed oak, brass, glass, and leather; €4,265 ($4,593) from the Shop of the New.

Above: Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, the Ego Wardrobe System from Italian company Porro is “dedicated to the order characterized by maximum neutrality.” Go to Porro for details.

Above: A closet door made from reclaimed windows in an Amsterdam house via Mechant Design.

Above: From Italian company Lema, the Armadio al Centimetro Aria is a modular wardrobe system with glass doors.

Above: A painted armoire serves as entryway closet. Photograph via It’s Monday but It’s OK.

Above: A vintage shop display cabinet repurposed as a glass storage wardrobe. Photograph via House to Home

Above: A glass armoire via photographer Petra Bindel.

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