This huge walk in closet has hanging racks stacked to the ceiling for ample clothing storage space. A wooden dresser allows for folding storage and supports a blue table lamp. A crossed design on the door adds a decorative design element.
For extra clothing storage, the updated dresser was assigned to a long wall just 2 feet away from the bed. Its 12 drawers offer ample space for sweaters, scarves and holiday garb. A wedding image printed on canvas as well as a collection of bright white accessories create an elegant focal point for the room's far wall.
A burlap-covered dresser with studded embellishment serves as clothing storage and a bedside table in this transitional bedroom. The dual-purpose nightstand complements the studded detail along a white headboard, tying the two pieces together. Adjustable sconce reading lamps illuminate the busy patterns of the bold yellow bed linens, adding vibrant color to the neutral space.
A stick strung to the exposed ceiling beams creates a simple but attractive hanging rack for coat and clothes storage next to the black front door. Free floor space between the wall and the striped black and white rug is perfect for setting aside boots, creating a homemade mudroom. A wood ladder leaning against the wall displays a tapestry collection adding neutral tones and great texture to the 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.
A colossal walk-in closet provides abundant storage for clothing and accessories. Cedar planks line the built-in shelves, helping to keeps the moths out. An island offers extra storage space and a surface for folding clothes.