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High-Style Storage From Henrybuilt

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 30, 2014 01:11 AM
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by Sarah Lonsdale last modified May 29, 2014

Last year, Seattle-based Henrybuilt, maker of custom kitchens, launched Opencase, a storage system that caters to a multitude of domestic needs in the kitchen and beyond, including the wine cellar, den, and hall.  We just got word that the company has added new Opencase components, making it even more versatile—perfect for those looking to get organized in high style. The caveat is that the components can only be bought as part of the basic system package, and pricing starts at $2,500. For more on the line and the configurations offered, see our previous post, A Storage System for the Whole Home , and visit Henrybuilt . Above: The Opencase Mudroom System, which launched last year, features s teel shelves and bins, cloth bags that hang on rods, wooden boxes, coat rods, and more . Each of Henrybuilt's systems is adaptable and can be reconfigured for new settings and uses. Above: Felt Pockets, initially part of the company's Wardrobe System, have now been incorporated into the Opencase line for storing scarves, hats, and other soft goods. Above: This desk in American black walnut is designed to hang from Henrybuilt's panel system, allowing for the creation of small workspaces in kitchens and hallways.  Above: Ideal for an entry: leather wall pockets for stowing wallets, keys, and phones. Above: The Wall Seat is a Henrybuilt favorite. Made of American black walnut and powder-coated steel, the seat can now be integrated into the Opencase System.  Above: The Opencase Pantry system features custom wall-mounted panels in a range of sizes and woods, including  walnut, oak, ash, and teak. For more on Henrybuilt, see our post on the company's  Wardrobe System . Go to Storage & Organization for more ideas. And see Gardenista for Storage  ideas in the garage and shed. More Stories from Remodelista Remodeling 101: Standing Seam Metal Roofs DIY: A Wall-Mounted Leather Knife Rack DIY: Braided Leather Drawer Pulls for $1.25 Each






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