Just off the master bedroom is a spacious master bath featuring two dressing areas and a step down shower room that gives the feeling of a spa-like oasis. One theme of this showhouse was the variety of high quality artwork and novel ways to display it including this embroidery displayed on a stand-alone easel.
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.
One of the benefits of an empty nest? Being able to repurpose rooms however you like. When their children left home this Philadelphia couple gained a whole room that they could dedicate to their wardrobe. At the center of the room, Naomi placed a chest-of-drawers in light gray to add contrast to the deep blue statement wall for a contemporary touch. Built-ins provide plenty of room for the couple's wardrobe in this enviably large walk-in closet.
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.
For the lady of the home, designers created a dressing room. The ceiling in the space is outfitted with the custom, cherry millwork that runs throughout the rest of the home, while a chandelier hangs elegantly in the center. A wall full of drawers and cabinets give the owner plenty of space for her clothes, while an adjacent wall has shelves to house her shoes. To make the space even more elegant, designers brought in a cozy leather couch, a pair of fuzzy ottomans and a soft, plush rug. Finally, a piece of Prada artwork ties the space together.
What was once a bedroom in a Charleston style home is now a chic, teal dressing room/closet, thanks to Nicole Norris, ASID, NCIDQ. A cheery turquoise color was chosen for the built-ins and balanced with a luxurious leopard print carpet. Other glamorous touches include a gorgeous crystal and hemp chandelier, sparkling drawer hardware, an upholstered fabric wall behind the glass shoe shelves and a custom-made full-length mirror.
Beyond the bed, a dressing area has been carved out. An oversized mirror becomes a place to check out an outfit before leaving in the morning. It’s also home to accessories from travels that look beautiful on display.
This closet and dressing room is a study in eclectic style, as black and white graphic wallpaper, red ceiling, contemporary window shade, Art Deco light fixture, and modern built-in storage system meet to present an offbeat but charming design. This space is truly every girl's dream!
Inspired by the idea of a well-traveled woman, this dressing room pairs a glamorous Victorian-style bench with two Chinese ceramic vases. The result is an elegant yet eclectic seat on which to lounge before getting ready for a night on the town. Two floor-to-ceiling armoires ensure that the lady of the house has many outfits to choose from.
In the center of this luxury closet stands a jewelry dresser. Complete with a beautiful chandelier and lighted drawers on all sides, this dresser provides the homeowner easy access to all of her favorite pieces.