Custom Closets – Closet Factory Virginia Beach and all of Hampton Roads
When a savvy developer spotted the empty Bank of America building in historic downtown Norfolk, Virginia, his imagination was sparked. Built in 1967 at the height of the city’s flourishing banking industry, he decided it would be the perfect building for high-end luxury apartments. Protected under a historic preservation clause, the construction came with a fair share of challenges. When it came to storage solutions, they needed creativity and respect for the past but with an eye to the contemporary, and of course, all executed to perfection. Appropriately named Icon Norfolk, they decided to call on the icon in the organizational space industry, Closet Factory. Join us for an intimate tour of this extraordinary, historic, 24 story building featuring flawless design, iconic architecture and an astonishingly long list of opulent amenities that could only include designs from Jeff Bruzzesi’s team at Closet Factory. Luxury; plain and simple.
Fine wine and top-shelf bourbon lovers, Dan and Mary Neal really needed a place to showcase their collection. The existing bar back was in desperate need of an upgrade. Not only did it have to be functional, it had to match a beautiful wood and granite-top bar purchased earlier.How were they to know that help was just around the corner? Literally. Closet Factory designer Denise House also happens to be the Neal’s neighbour. So she popped in and a couple of glasses of wine later, they had a plan. And also, since we’re so close, we’re invited to Denise’s home to learn how difficult designing for yourself can be.
Back in 2015, Brian and Jolene Bedingfield were about to pack up and move from the area. That is, until they discovered the award-winning Closet Factory showcase home, “Culpepper Landing”. Join us as we revisit the Bedingfields to see how a chance stop at a Home-A-Rama event, changed the course of their growing family’s lives. And we flashback to a day in the life of Senior Closet Factory designer, Jacinta Walker where we find she is making an impact on people’s lives in more ways than just a path to organization.
On Episode 404, Operation Reorganization features two Closet Factory Follow Ups with a manly take on design. Designer Tamra checks in on Todd’s ultra-organized garage and Wayne’s urban-inspired beach home.And our Closet Factory Flashback revisits Tamra’s transformation from Award Winning Designer to Paintball Warrior Goddess!
When Kim Finley and her partner decided to merge houses, it was mandatory they update their 100 year old home.
Older homes aren’t really known for having lots of storage space, so they called Closet Factory. In this Closet Factory Follow up we find out if Tamra was able to add modern organizational space that could blend with the history of the building. After months of construction nightmares with other companies, Sharon Sparks cautiously makes one more call. Can Closet Factory restore Sharon’s belief that her dream laundry room can come true? This week’s Closet Factory Flashback features a Master Closet fit for a king!
Episode 402 introduces a new designer who takes on a new task from a repeat customer, needing to customize his garage vertically to fit his passion for motorbikes. We also take you behind the scenes at a bridal show to assist people who are merging households.
The season 4 premiere offers changes, new segments and new people as well as an expanded product line. In this episode we follow the Hampton Volunteer Fire Department as they get an entire room renovation, complete with murphy beds and display cabinets. Also, we take a look back at the Closet Factory Coastal Living house from season 3 in our new flashback segment.