Virtually any bedroom nook can be turned into your own walk-in closet. HGTV fan CvilleJanice turned some extra space located off the master bedroom into a high-end walk-in closet by adding custom floor-to-ceiling wooden built-ins. The combination of shelves, racks, cabinets and drawers offers an abundance of storage that would typically be unimaginable in such a small space.
Inside this classic, spacious man's walk-in closet, dark wood cabinets provide ample drawer and open-faced cabinet space. A large island dresser provides additional drawer space, while exposed bulb pendant lights add to the room's natural light.
A rich Espresso finish creates a sophisticated style for this expansive walk-in closet. Hanging rods create zones for each type of clothing, and open shelves keep shirts, linens, and collections looking neat. Drawers, hutches, slanted shoe racks, and corner storage make the most of every square inch.
This extra bedroom wasn't being used, so the buyers created a giant custom walk-in closet, mixing elements of rusticity with glam details. The scale of the room and the vaulted ceilings make this space impressive.
Yes, give your closet the royal treatment by combining drawers, shelves, clothing racks, a storage island and a hutch for the ultimate in walk-in closet luxury. Not only will your walk-in look like it came straight from a boutique, but you'll have an unlimited amount of storage space to work with, making the word "clutter" unutterable. In this suite system, the shelves are designed for those on-display items, whereas drawers are perfect for underwear, accessories and any other items ideal for concealment. With clothing racks separated, you can even organize your clothes according to function: casual, work, dressy.
Multi-level clothing rods maximizes the real estate for your hanging wardrobe. Decorative touches are kept to a minimum – fresh-cut flowers and globe pendant lights – keeping all eyes on the clothing and accessories.
This enormous closet, part of the master suite in the HGTV Dream Home 2007, has enough storage space to fit two wardrobe's worth of clothes. Set just off the master bathroom, it provides a space to get ready for the day without waking someone still sleeping in the bedroom.
Where would a fashion designer’s home be without a fabulous closet? Fortunately, this home boasts a walk-through closet that connects the living room and bedroom. With more than enough space to store everything that a fashion-lover could ever need, the shelves display row upon row of amazing footwear while the racks hold pieces from some of the finest fashion houses in the world.