The power of textures in…closets?

Closets are taking on a surprisingly significant role in home décor. We see images of opulent celebrity closets on TV, but more “regular” people are rethinking the role of the closet in their lives. New, larger walk-in closets allow for cabinets, display shelves, and hanging areas to beautifully display wardrobe options as we plan an outfit for work or that special event. The benefit of a well-designed closet is that it also takes away the need for clunky, distracting dressers and shoe wardrobes so the bedroom can be a place of relaxation and serenity.


Today’s more functional closets call attention to design factors such as the power of textures to create a unique play of pattern and light. Texture is the perceived surface quality of a closet panel that conveys both visual and physical properties. It is an easy way to add visual weight, dimension and balance to an interior design scheme. Combining imaginative textures with strong closet design can create a dynamic and appealing environment. Some other great reasons to appreciate the power of textures in closets include:

  • Practicality: Closets can be designed to take maximum advantage of available space, but textures bring an air of exceptional quality that goes beyond basic practicality.


  • Personality Plus: Textures can be used to fit a unique personal style. The particular texture chosen for a closet can determine the way that space feels. Textures can be used to create a soft and comfortable environment, rustic atmosphere, or classy ambience.


  • Possibilities:Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) opens up the options for closet design because of its functionality, durability, and cost-effectiveness. The leaders in this category, Uniboard® uses a unique innovative process to produce synchronized panels (EIR) that create a stunning wood grain texture which easily rivals the appearance of real wood. Different levels of light can bring a three-dimensional look that is both subtle and impressive.

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Uniboard’s synchronized textures offer a variety of options that pack a powerful punch in closet textures. The Riviera Oak finish brings together different circular and linear patterns reminiscent of the elegance of the oak wood grain. The 3-dimensional nature of their Brushed Elm finish creates beautiful relief and light reflections in both vertical and horizontal designs. Nobella is an exclusive synchronized deep wood texture that can be used in multiple applications. Take advantage of these modern trends in synchronized textures to create a stunning closet environment.




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