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.
A room in the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House, a showcase of more than 30 spaces transformed by designers from around the Southeast, this master bedroom closet is a large space with plenty of storage for clothing and accessories.
The linear closet in this kid's bedroom gives away a hint of femininity in this fairly gender-neutral space. Bright bedding adds colorful flourishes to the otherwise stark white palette of the modern room.
A young girl plays dress-up for her mom as she tries out one outfit after another from her well-stocked and organized closet. Yellow accents are provided by the stuffed chair, window seat and rug in her white bedroom.
A wallpaper lion walks along a green chalkboard lawn in designer Lauren Liess's home. This activity center is a perfect small-space solution. Instead of taking up precious wall space, use the closet doors to make a chalkboard for the kids.