Remodelista Awards Winner: Best Professionally Designed Bedroom Space
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The clients came to Dash Marshall with an all-too-familiar problem: "They had too much stuff and wanted to be able to live in serenity, without being reminded of their earthly possessions on a daily basis." Marshall responded by "wrapping the apartment in an insulating layer of built-in storage where there's a place for everything." By removing hallways and replacing them with sliding partitions and extensive built-in cabinetry, Marshall completely overhauled the floor plan, making the rooms in the apartment larger. "The new configuration of the interior spaces allows the views to be multiplied and creates a new sense of depth," he says. In the bedroom, Marshall created a rotating closet wall that enables the couple to create an instant a walk-in closet and added floor-to-ceiling curtains that hide additional storage. It all adds up to what Marshall calls "space age living." To see more of his work, go to Dash Marshall . Photos by Elizabeth Wentling. Above: Marshall kept the surfaces sleek and shiny to create a sense of space and lightness. Above: The rotating closet acts as both a room divider and garment dock. Above: The partitions can be slid open for a sense of enhanced space. Above: The bathroom is concealed behind a panel of sliding doors. Above: A view of the bath when closed off. Above: A view of the storage opportunities. Above: A view of the bedroom before the renovation. Above: Another view of the bedroom pre-renovation. See all 11 winners of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards and watch for more individual project profiles.