Depending on how organized you are, the closet can often be a space that gets neglected, usually housing piles of unfolded laundry and boxes of clothes and shoes that you rarely wear anymore. Whether you decide to go for a whole closet makeover or simply add some level of organization, the closet is a manageable space you can check off your fall refresh list to gear up for the season.
This office sure knows how to get organized…it even left plenty of room for a wall-closet to share the space with! With such a neat hierarchy of clothing, accessories and shoes (and color-coded, no less!) it’s no wonder this closet space is also designated for work. All that symmetry would certainly help with concentration!
Apparently, closets can be just as luxurious as the master bedroom. With pendants hanging over an island (much like a kitchen), this closet gives off a flattering light to showcase all of your clothing.
Compact, yet quite effective. This closet has a modular quality to it that packs a lot of clothing and shoes in a small space. The stool is a nice touch, too, for trying on the right pair of shoes to go with the dress.
Minimalism at its finest. A simple shelf goes a long way when organizing a closet. Without one, shoes can end up in an untidy mess on the floor. This way, you can keep your shoes in great condition, and in plain sight to match with your outfit of choice.
Why not make your vanity and closet an all-in-one space? Hanging clothes beneath a counter top like this is a smart way to conserve space, especially if you have a small bedroom with limited room for a vanity. It also frees up more room to personalize the space—the shelves and wall hangers do just the trick to put your favorite items on display.
After organizing by color so diligently as shown in this space, I’d want to take a load off on that daybed as well. The arrangement is not only pleasing to the eye, but it would make your outfit choice of the day your easiest one yet.
Closet space can sometimes be hard to come by. This bedroom sneaks it behind the curtain, creating a nice divider between the bed. It even creates the illusion of a walk-in closet, minus the walls.
Or maybe your situation is the exact opposite. No, this isn’t a department store; this is an actual private closet that just happens to be three stories tall. In addition to a spiral staircase, this closet comes complete with a chandelier and a bar-style seating area. I would happily live here.