Category: Built-in Storage VA
If you have a playroom that’s always cluttered
A kitchen that doesn’t keep all your pots
A pantry that’s overflowing
Build In Storage Solutions from VA Designer
Built in Storage simplifies your life by making a place where there was none in your original home build. Our years of space saving design implementations and kitchen designs and library build outs give us a unique perspective in solutions that suit your life. Build in shelving and cabinetry mixed use in historic homes that do not have closets in their original construction.
Custom Closets and Organizers
If the off the rack solutions from big-box stores don’t solve your closet organization goals – contact us to build in your dream closet. Shoes for days – no problem. Three levels of shirts – not a hindrance. We can build you drawers for expanded view of your tie collection. We will be as creative as you allow us to be.
Renovate your historic property with the organic look and feel of reclaimed lumber on the walls, floors or as purpose built furniture! In this property tour you can see how the Country Chic elements blend together with the weathered and faded walls built by Gepetto from an old barn.
Our biggeest project in 2013 fits the Marri Vanna restaurant with custom woodworking in their eclectic design style. Solid wood restaurant fittings in a faux 19th century replica style.
Wooden construction restored from a gutted historical property including:cabinetry, kitchen design, wardrobe style kitchen storage, fireplace mantles, bathroom storage, laundry hideaway, china display shelving, custom closet design (NYC theme), skylight.
I was hired for this large home project by a local contractor I have experience working with in the past. Trust is a valuable and scarce commodity in the building industry unfortunately. I write these articles in the trust building process with you, as you consider hiring your contractor, because creativity and better design come out of a trusting working relationship! The theater room hybrid project showcases a design suggestion made by the Gepetto Craftsman after looking at the plans drawn by the architect for elliptical windows topping off the glass doors to the porch. When I got the architectural drawings and took a look at them I felt that the drawings were leaving out a huge opportunity in the woodworking in the room. Let me give you a picture to set the stage: