I’m sure every girl dreams of having her own walk in closet. I know I do. To rifle through clothes and browse my collection of shoes and bags. It would definitely make picking an outfit for work or a night with my girlfriends more fun and efficient. So yesterday while perusing Pinterest for some daily inspiration (which I can’t live without), I came across some stunning designer walk in closets which balance functionality and aesthetics perfectly.
Designer Celerie Kemble creates a walk in closet with a playful design in a Manhattan showhouse apartment using wallpaper on the ceiling and a Magnolia inspired ceiling light fixture.
In this closet designed by Windsor Smith, a midcentury chair with a gold frame lends an understated elegance to the space. Gold knobs on drawers tie the scheme together.
A blue chandelier packs a punch in this glamorous master suite dressing room decorated by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
A wall of mirrors gives the illusion of a larger space in this dressing room. While the mirror finish divider mimics the curves on the side table and lends an balanced feel. (Image: Architecture Art Design)
A colourful throw blanket and pillows add instant wow-factor to this dressing room while a chevron striped rug gives additional visual interest. (Image: Architecture Art Design)
This closet featured on Rue Magazine, uses black shelving for a dramatic feel. An antique styled mirror and chair lends romance to the space. (Image: Design Indulgences)
In this dressing room, open shelving painted in white gives an open feel to the space and makes clothes more accessible. A subtle wallpaper adds texture while a gold gilded mirror and chandelier adds a touch of elegance. (Image: Design Indulgences, Coastal Living)
Streamlined floor to ceiling shelving system help keep this closet organized and efficient. A modular vanity desk and chair makes the most out the limited space.
A panel of bulbs flank this mirrored dresser which screams Hollywood glamor. (Image: Architecture Art Design)
A repurposed bookshelf provides great storage for shoes in this closet.
So what did you think of these dressing rooms/closets? Did they inspire you? Feel free to share your comments below.