Create a floor-to-ceiling closet by attaching rods and shelves to a wall, then draping off the area with a set of curtains. Define your storage needs, then choose the best spot—here we moved the bed to the center of the room and built the closet on the wall behind it.
Luxury Mirrored Dressing Room and Elegant Closet with Chandelier and Ottoman
This dressing room features 12-foot high storage units that are decorated with panels of mirrors and lacquer. A marble mosaic lays the foundation for dramatic details, such as a a French-inspired crystal chandelier and white ottoman stitched with a Hermes shawl top. The room was designed by Pamela Babey with BAMO.
The dressing room features the adaptation and repurposing of vintage Birdseye maple cabinetry circa 1950, obtained at an estate sale. Originally a built-in bedroom set, Designer Lauren Levant separated and rearranged the pieces to create the dressing room's closets as well as a new double sink vanity for the bathroom. She raised the clothes armoires onto a new continuous platform she built and lined with LED light for dramatic and efficient shoe storage around the full perimeter of the room. Between some of the armoires, Levant added hanging rod sections and accessory sorting solutions.
Organizing your clothing into compatible groups that work together maximizes wardrobe options. For example, an uncluttered closet makes it easy to find what you're looking for, so consider organizing your closet by clustering those items that work together by color or use.
New Master Closet in Contemporary Master Suite Remodel
A walk-through closet connects the master bathroom to a newly renovated master bath complete with a luxurious walk-in shower clad in marble. Warm woods combine with cool neutrals in the contemporary space. A bold rug adds a punch of pattern and color.
Stash away unsightly cleaning tools in a tiny broom closet. Designed by Northern Virginia-based Tailored Living, this closet is located just off the staircase and near high-traffic family room and kitchen area.
Dark cabinetry can bring a sense of elegance to your child's room. If you don't have enough closet space, an open cabinet system may be a better option. Install clothing rods vertically to save space and to give a boutique-style look to the space. Keep items you use every day at hand level for easily accessibility. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
A boutique-inspired dressing room, complete with a plush chaise lounge, dressing table and chest of drawers is the perfect place start the day. “It’s something more than you would expect in regular homes, something a little more luxurious and special,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Bright White Luxury Walk-in Closet With Custom Shelves
A cabinet overlay keeps a mini fridge hidden for a clean and seamless look in this contemporary walk-in closet. Custom shelves and illuminated hanging rods are deluxe accents in this luxurious closet belonging to Khloe Kardashian.
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.