A romantic chaise lounge sits in front of a beautiful wooden wardrobe. The contrast between the natural wood and the surrounding white cabinets is a pleasant visual surprise and an overall stunning look.
To recreate this DIY, easily removable wardrobe look, add two removable adhesive chalkboard panels to the door, then accent with a geometric washi tape pattern. This decor immediately adds personality to you dorm room wardrobe and gives you space to jot down important reminders.
Wall-to-wall wardrobes and drawers outfit the master closet at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase inspired by pop culture royalty. Designer Tineke Triggs drew inspiration from the styles and fashions of David Bowie and Iman when creating the master suite.
A blue wardrobe draws the eye to the back wall in this sunny bedroom. The distressed finish is a nice contrast to the more polished finishes in the room. A southwestern runner brings additional color to the room against the hardwood floor, white walls and light bed linens. Navy roman shades add a contrast to the white walls and decorate the windows.
Dorm room wardrobes offer a large, blank space that's dying to be dressed up. Here, we took advantage of this blank space just inside the door to create a chalkboard memo board with a side for each roommate's to-do list. A strip of turquoise wash tape creates a colorful divider between sides.
What girl wouldn't love a luxury dressing room to call her own? Well, this girl now has one. To achieve this lovely little getaway, she had a second story patio enclosed and the unused space transformed into a luxe dressing room. There were only two walls in the space, so that's where the floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobes were installed for all of the homeowner's clothes. These wardrobes are all lit and lined with wallpaper, so that each and every garment and accessory is showcased and easily accessible. White Roman shades were added to this space to provide chic privacy for the homeowner.
The owner of this home wanted an elegant, functional space for her closet, so she decided to enclose an underused second floor patio. To make this dressing room the perfect space, floor to ceiling built-in wardrobes were added with lighted drawers for easy access. The shoes get their own sliding storage so that each pair is neatly laid out and easily accessible. The chandelier in the center of the room is elegant and stylish and hangs over a jewelry tower, complete with lighted drawers for ease of access. The space has banquette seating so that the homeowner and her friends can gab and get ready all at the same time, while the black and white Roman shades provide stylish privacy for the space.
Closet doors open to reveal an unexpected hot pink wardrobe with lucite shelves in the dressing room and bath at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Designer Katie Raffetto selected marbled paper for the space's wallcovering to evoke the look of a colorful jewel box.
This area of the bedroom features a sharp, untreated wood wardrobe. A small but functional black and white desk hugs the wall leaving open floor space in the room. Blue watercolor paintings softly decorate the room over the deep green walls.
Rich blues and reds elegantly decorate this bedroom that features an entire wall of windows looking out over Lake Washington and the homes of Bellevue. In the bay window, a green settee welcomes afternoons of daydreaming.
When a closet has this much built-in storage space, it makes sense to have a chair in there, too, so you can sit down and take it all in. A wall of built-ins provides storage for all your clothing and accessory needs.