Warren’s Walk-in Closet – This Giveaway is over
As you know Closet Factory is partnering with Woman’s Day magazine to offer a $500 credit toward a closet organizer purchase.
Obviously I can’t enter because I work here, but that doesn’t mean I can’t dream right along with the rest of you!
My dream closet would most definitely be a giant walk-in. I would need at least 2,000 square feet of closet space. Better yet it should be two stories…like my own personal closet loft.
There would be a separate room for each of my favorite clothing items. I would have a room for shoes, with each wall divided by shoe type. I would have an entire wall for my favorite casuals (Converse Chuck Taylors for example)…one wall for my boots and another wall for my ultra-high end shoes like Versace, and Louis Vuitton…you get the picture.
I would also need a room devoted strictly to my casual clothes. Inside this room, I would have live sports playing 24/7 on a 84” 4K Ultra LCD TV with Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
The final room would be dedicated to all my suits, special occasion outfits and luxurious outerwear.
My closet would be equipped with its own dry cleaning system. Where my clothes would be refreshed…pressed and ready to go right from my closet. I would also install a similar motorized carousel system that dry cleaners use to make selecting outfits easier.
My dream closet would have a fireman style pole right in the middle that would lead down to my garage. I could simply get dressed, then head straight out to get my day started…super hero style.
I’ll keep dreaming because I do believe that dreams absolutely can come true. You should head over and enter the Woman’s Day giveaway so you can get started on your dream closet!
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