How we did it
Cynthia and California Closets Indianapolis design consultant Susan Martin-Gibbons met at a home show. Susan had taken notice of Cynthia’s hat, and months later, she was helping Cynthia bring her in-home boutique to life.
Though Cynthia was inspired by the iconic brand’s timeless look, she had a number of practical needs too. Namely, creating space to properly store and display her large wardrobe.
Together, the Susan and Cynthia collaborated on a functional design and added the Tiffany touch with a chic chandelier, black-and-white carpeting, and teal walls. A large armoire makes the search for perfect accessories easy, while ample shelving lifts Cynthia’s shoes out of bins and into the spotlight.
Susan measured everything, [including] how much space I would need for my evening gowns. She counted my shirts, my pants. She even paid attention to how [my closet] would work for me in the future, so I wouldn’t grow out of it.