A closet can be more than just a space to store items. Check out what makes these luxurious closets a place to enjoy and relax.
Painting the walls in your walk-in closet can transform it from an ordinary space to a stylish, refreshing area. This closet features a cozy area rug, a comfortable bench and chic storage boxes. White shelving makes the space feel more spacious and open.
The combination of bold green, stark white and rich brown cabinetry brings a masculine look to this spacious closet. Multiple levels of hanging rods add height to the space, and white storage bins bring a crisp, clean feel. The bold-green wall color is carried through to the cabinet doors for a unified look, and the delicate white chandelier adds the only feminine touch in the space.
This space hardly looks like a closet, with its elegant lighting, open space and inviting accessories. Designer Julie Massucco Kleiner implemented the pattern from the plush area rug to the sliding door to create visual appeal. The luxurious closet seamlessly blends with the adjacent bedroom when the sliding door is open. A full-length mirror and vanity area provide a space to get ready for the day.
This Asian-inspired master suite closet features dual frosted-glass doors and cherry cabinetry. The drawers and hanging rod compartments provide different storage options, and recessed lights allow for different levels of lighting. Open upper shelving provides extra storage.
This extravagant closet looks more like a high-end boutique. Crown molding, an elegant bookshelf and maple cabinetry bring a lavish, vintage touch to the space.
Wicker basket drawers keep closet essentials at hand. The open shelving makes the small space feel more open, and wooden hangers, spa-like accessories and a few personal touches bring a luxurious, serene look.
Owner wanted a combination closet and dressing room, so she turned her old bedroom into a large walk-in closet. Different compartments provide storage for a variety of items, and an entire wall of open shelving makes shoes easily accessible.
You can achieve a stylish, dramatic look in a small closet at a low cost using wallpaper. Designer Lori Dennis chose a large-scale pattern wallpaper to contrast with the sleek white cabinetry. Shoes are stored underneath the floating cabinetry to leave extra room for other items on top of the cabinetry.
The dresser island in owner closet stores plenty of items, including hats, workout equipment and books. The all-white cabinetry makes the large space feel more open, and track lighting brightens the space, making it easy to find what you need. A built-in, flat-screen TV adds a touch of luxury.
Open shelving dominates this combination walk-in closet and dressing area. Owner chose bold storage bins to add a splash of color to the neutral space. A vanity area, complete with a magnifying mirror and plenty of lighting, provides a space to put on makeup. A dresser island with a granite countertop takes storage to the next level