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The Container Store’s Custom Closets Add More Space to Palm Beach Show House

A peek inside the big, beautiful closets in this year's show house.
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The Container Store’s Custom Closets Add More Space to Palm Beach Show House

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Back in 1973, the Kips Bay Decorator Show House was established as a fundraiser for Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. This unique annual event showcases the redecorating work of some of the country’s top interior designers, and over the years, it has raised millions of dollars for children’s after-school and enrichment programs.

This year, The Container Store was proud to be part of the 3rd Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, which benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. Working with the Palm Beach event’s designers, The Container Store was able to outfit the posh South Florida residence known as “Bamboo Hill” with gorgeous new Laren and Elfa custom closet spaces.

Luckily, the Kips Bay Show House, a must-see event for thousands of design enthusiasts, is coming to Dallas this year so you can check out their fantastic work and sparkling interior design trends firsthand.

To see how The Container Store utilized its Laren and Elfa Décor collections to luxuriously organize the home’s closets and pantry, view the gallery.

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