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.
This spacious master bedroom closet features ample shelving and hanging space, making it easy to stow away clothing, shoes and other accessories. A center island storage area creates a functional space for assembling items.
This minimalistic white master bedroom features a floor-to-ceiling natural wood closet for stowing away clothing and other items. Light hardwood floors and interior windows allow the space to appear open and bright, while a duvet with a tree branch design adds a Zen-like touch.
A beautiful shade of cranberry pops against the black and white accents in this contemporary master bedroom. Salvaged doors open into a massive walk-in closet that provides storage for both linens and clothing.
An awkward space between the walk-in closet and bedroom serves as a conveniently located coffee bar. Muted robin's egg blue cabinets give the coffee station a country feel. Beadboard wainscoting adds more chic country charm.
This contemporary master bedroom features a wall sitting area with an ivory chaise lounge and small wooden table just large enough for a tea cup and saucer. Floor-to-ceiling built-in espresso closets flank either side of the chaise, while a wooden starburst mirror is positioned overhead.
Located on the second floor, this modern black and white bedroom showcases incredible views. The crisp white ceiling and bedding create a nice contrast with the black accent wall. Matching nightstands and a simple piece of art above the bed keep the room's focus on the gorgeous views outside and keep the space simple and clean.
Old wallpaper was removed in the homeowner's master bedroom and replaced with a light gray/blue paint and white wood molding. Sliding barn doors add an architectural element to the room and conceal the his-and-hers closets. The natural wood paneling on the ceiling complements the shiplap elements seen throughout the house on HGTV's Fixer Upper.