Lema’s Spacious, Versatile Walk-In Closets

In my experience—which includes stints in smallish studios in both L.A. and Madrid, as well as a more spacious home in Colorado—walking-in to your closet means you might be able to nudge yourself between the shirts and shoes, let alone actually being able to peruse your clothing with unencumbered limbs and eyes. To the contrary, Lema’s version of the Walk-In is precisely that: freedom for efficient storage + room to roam.

Modular Walk-In Closet. Designed and Manufactured by Lema.

Lema’s Walk-In Closets Provide a Customized Storage Scheme for Every Sensibility

Modular Walk-In Closet. Designed and Manufactured by Lema.

If you’re used to the DIY Home Depot affairs that all too often pass for central storage, you owe it to yourself to take a look at what Lema has to offer. For this manufacturer’s Walk-Ins are spacious, adaptable, highly versatile—functional to the nth degree, and aesthetically appealing to boot.

Modular Walk-In Closet. Designed and Manufactured by Lema.

The latter quality is a given, regardless of your particular inclinations in this regard, as Lema’s Walk-In Closets are modular creations. They offer varied heights, depths, shelf number/spacing, hanging chrome-finished iron rods, and benches to boot.

Modular Walk-In Closet. Designed and Manufactured by Lema.

All of this presents the opportunity for devising personal perfection in a closet, but since we all have our quirks, not only with regard to organization but also with style, Lema offers these components in an unprecedented array of colors and finishes—44 to be exact, including shockingly bold choices like the vivid Mandarino and the assertive Prato. This great aesthetic versatility means that Lema has a Walk-In for most any need—for the strangest stylistic disposition, the most rigorous of neatniks.

Modular Walk-In Closet. Designed and Manufactured by Lema.

About the Manufacturer: Put together the architectural insight of Angelo Mangiarotti and the artistic vision of Piero Lissoni and you’ll end up with something very like Northern Italian furniture manufacturer Lema. Respectively, these two luminaries designed Lema’s manufacturing plant and direct the company’s design—a one-two punch which, when combined with the artisanal heritage of company founders the Meroni family, leaves a design force to be reckoned with. Lema is known for its quality, durable products which reliably stand the test of time, as they’re always on the cutting edge of aesthetics, functionality, and style.

Posted January 17, 2012 by Joseph Starr

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