I have A LOT of clothes. More than the normal woman would have and that is no exaggeration. My husband and I did an inventory of it once for insurance purposes and figured out that I could go an entire year with repeating an outfit once or shoes more than twice. It’s my obsession, to shop, to find pretty things, to find unique items, to accessorize everything! With all that in mind, I dream about the perfect closet to house all my bargains and fabulous finds.
I like the clean lines and sterile feel of this closet. However, the island is too small and the glass doors would be a pain in the butt. And I understand the desired effect of the chandelier but it just doesn’t do this room justice.
The floor length mirror, the island, and the many shelves for shoes are what attracted me to this picture. Again, I can do without the glass doors as they make the space feel smaller and the tv has got to go.
The idea of having aisles of clothes to choose from makes me giddy like a school girl. I like the fact that they made it well lit with lots of storage but I don’t like the hard floor as I tend to be in my bare feet when getting dress and that floor would be cold in the winter!Also the off white cabinets were a nice break from all the white from the previous pics.
This closet is extremely practical which is why I can appreciate it. However it does not inspire me to go in there and play dress up like I did as a girl. Ah…who am I kidding? I still like to go play in my closet!
This is a man’s walk in closet. Dark floors, wood stained cabinets, too much light, and no floor length mirror give that away in a heartbeat. I will say this, however, kudos to him for being organized and having a plethora of choices every morning.
This is the super girly, boutique feel closet that would make your friends feel like they are shopping inside your home. While I truly appreciate it and all it’s loveliness, I just couldn’t see this as my every day dressing area.
There is only one thing I like about this closet: the washer and dryer! I have been designing closets for clients for years and one thing I always suggest is to put a washer and dryer in the master closet. Why not? You get undressed and dressed in here every day. Why not be able to launder and hang your clothes right back up in one place?
I’m fairly certain this is part of Mariah Carey’s shoe area. I chose to include it in this post because of the back lighting. With the proper lighting throughout the entire closet, you guarantee yourself that everything will match the same when you walk out the front door.