What They Did
1. Relocated the door. Moving the entry from a corner to the middle
of the wall improved the flow into the room and created a center point around which to execute a symmetrical design. The neat divide also establishes that one side is for his clothes and the other is for hers.
2. Put in an island. The freestanding island provides a surface for packing suitcases and drawers
for organizing small essentials.
3. Lined the walls with built-ins. An armoire and two walls
of wardrobes wrap the room with storage space. His side also has an alcove for a floor-to-ceiling tie rack. The wardrobes on either side of the door are reserved for out-of-season clothing.