2011 Hampton Roads Fall Homearama Best in Show Award Confirms - A Well Organized Closet Improves Your Morning, But a Well Organized Home Improves Your Life

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Over 80,000 visited the 2011 Fall Homearama in Suffolk Virginia. They found house #3, The 2011 Treasure Chest - The Organizational Home, the first of its kind, an exquisite home designed and built around smart efficient custom storage solutions. Showcasing 27 custom built custom organization solutions all designed, built and installed by Closet Factory. Every Closet Factory custom built design has one simple goal: to improve one’s life.

Office Library - Custom Designed and Built by Closet Factory

People want to live smarter, more efficiently and that often means just being better organized. This has led us to design smarter storage for every room to fully show the solutions Closet Factory is capable of providing.

Closet Factory Hampton Roads took on a project to prove that organization in the home includes more than closets. They built a home for the 20ll Fall Homearama that focused on customized storage solutions in every room. This award winning home proved that an organized home is the new dream home.

A large kitchen or luxurious bath are certainly factors to consider when buying or building the perfect home; however, organization proved to be the winner at The 2011 Tidewater Builders Association’s Fall Homearama. The Treasure Chest - The Organizational Home sponsored by Closet Factory and built by Joey Corp. took home the most awards, including the Best Home in Show gold award. Awards were presented on Friday, October 14, 2011 at The Riverfront at Harbour View in Suffolk.

The 2011 Fall Homearama was open from October 15th to October 30th and welcomed over 80,000 visitors during the two-week event. Closet Factory Hampton Roads demonstrated to thousands of visitors that organization in the home can reach far beyond closets into every room of the house. “People want to live smarter, more efficiently and that often means just being better organized,” says Closet Factory Hampton Roads owner Jeff Bruzzesi, “that trend led us to design smarter storage for every room. By featuring thoughtful, well planned and practical storage solutions for the way people live, we are able to provide greater insight how Closet Factory can improve the function of anyone’s home.”

The Organizational Home featured 27 different organization spaces throughout that showcased the craftsmanship of Closet Factory customized designs. Their custom-built creations blend seamlessly into the walls of a home organizing and simplifying life. From a breakfast room cupboard, to a mudroom, a craft room, theater room and laundry center, the options are endless. Closet Factory doesn't build a thing until their designers meet to see how people live and what their organizational challenges are. This concept guarantees perfectly customized storage solutions for any room of any home.

The 2011 Treasure Chest – The Organizational Home took home the most awards at the 2011 Fall Homearama. In addition to The Best Home in Show gold award, the home also received Best Interior Design, Most Creative, Best Master Suite, Best Craftsmanship, Best Landscaping and Best Use of Technology.

About Closet Factory

Closet Factory opened its doors in 1983 in California to provide people with stylish custom closets, offices, entertainment centers, garage systems, pantries, bookshelves, and more. Beginning with a free, in-home closet design consultation, Closet Factory is dedicated to providing customers with truly custom organization systems built around the needs of the client. From kid's closets that use adjustable shelves and rods to grow as your child does, to forefront garages, Closet Factory designs unique, brilliant, and gorgeous systems to organize your life.

To learn more about Closet Factory visit their website http://www.ClosetFactory.com, blog http://www.ClosetFactory.com/blog/, or "like" them on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ClosetFactory.


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