For tailored panache, the doors of the closets in this bedroom were finished with a brown tweed pattern. A dresser and mirror tucked between them lets occupants do a quick once over before heading out for the day.
Mirrored doors catch the light and create a reflective finish in this captivating walk-in closet. An elegant traditional vanity base is topped with a contemporary mirror lighted by sconces and centered in the open floor space. Pops of gray are pronounced in the marble floor tile and match the polished style of the room.
For a touch of farmhouse style, the closet door of the sleeping cabin was customized with a barn door design. Homeowners with wood plank walls and doors can add a clean, graphic look by simply painting the doors white.
Making the most of the vertical space in this closet, sleek black shelves hold purses and accessories. Racks underneath are perfect for stowing shoes, and four separate bars provide plenty of storage for hanging clothes.
This grand his-and-hers closet offers upper hanging rods directly above lower ones, so hanging space is maximized. There are also drawers and lots of open shelves for hats, shoes and even a few pieces of art!
An arched hall leads to this luxurious walk-in closet outfitted with classic brown and beige tones. A shrine to clothes and accessories of all styles, the walk-in closet boasts wall-to-wall built-ins for ample storage space.
This closet is actually located in the open corner of a studio apartment, where fashion expert Lindsay Albanese shoots her YouTube videos. Designer Lucinda Pace of Laurel & Wolf found that Lindsay was using her clothes closet for storing boxes, paper towels, and other miscellaneous items, while her clothes hung on collapsible rolling racks. The designer created this “Style Studio” for Lindsay along one wall to act as clothing storage, a video set and an apartment design element all in one. The chaise, formerly a catchall for un-hung clothes, was reupholstered in ivory microsuede, and now serves as the perfect place for Lindsay to interview guests.
Let’s face it, there’s no such thing as too much storage. Grab unused space anywhere you can, such as under the stairs. Make it a catch-all closet to hold extra food, cleaning supplies and small appliances.