Closet Factory Turns Houses into Homes

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Willie and Shantoya Ward are both Norfolk, Virginia natives- but they just recently moved back to the 757 after living in different areas all over the country!

The Wards

They really wanted a home with intentional design. They used the old bones of an existing home, and modernized the design inside to fit their lifestyle needs! The home was a beautiful 1907 Victorian style home. 

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Currently they have a house full of relatives, as well as themselves and their son- plus a baby on the way! 

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When the Ward family renovated the home, some of the spaces they changed were made into closets! Even their master bedroom closet did not exist prior to the renovation. 

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Shantoya found Closet Factory during a Google search and submitted an inquiry. She set up a meeting with Carol Carruth, one of Closet Factory’s senior designers. 

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Willie’s initial reaction to Carol was “wow! She knows what she’s doing!” Her expertise and the ability to bring the showroom to them helped to seal the deal. 

 

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Shantoya’s favorite before and after is by far her master bedroom closet. It features a built in ironing board, jewelry drawers, valets and also a built-in safe!

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To hear more about the other areas Closet Factory fixed up, watch the whole video! 

For more information: 

https://www.closetfactory.com/

https://www.facebook.com/ClosetFactoryHR

https://www.instagram.com/closet_factory

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