5 closet designs to die for
One of the most private junctures of any home design, the closet space is zoned deep within the private zone of a residence, right next to the bathroom. It is a personalized space that needs to be designed with the utmost care and precision, as it stores some of the most important aspects of day to day life within its bounds. From clothes to accessories and shoes, there is so much a closet has to hold, so each aspect of the closet has to be designed according to a specific anthropometry that relates to the objects it has to hold. Aside from that, the decoration aspect of a closet design is more or less minimal, with emphasis on lighting and mirror placement. Today we will be looking at five closet designs that might inspire you to redesign your own.
- Boxed in
This wooden box closet may not be an atypical one, but it has taken all of the conventions and redesigned them in a particularly right way. The basic wooden composite woodwork that makes the frame of each closer is fashioned in the image of a simple wardrobe – but the sliding glass doors make for an unconventional flair. The woodsy ambiance is heightened by the simple, but modish lighting fixtures and the cleverly placed dresser makes this seem like the perfect Barbie dream house composite.
- Open ended
While some people prefer to have their closets designed in the form of closed off wardrobes, other want to have theirs designed in a more open ended fashion. This can be both good and bad depending on the kind of habits you have. While a closed off closet can seem cleanly eve when its not, an open ended closet, like the one below, needs constant organization. Your clothes need to be hung right, the shoes need to be show cased perfectly and the overall ambiance needs to be completely aligned.
- Cramped and drawers
If you’re a fan of the typical, then this closet design is definitely for you. With a small space articulation, this takes on a conventional closed off wardrobe vibe with a high gloss lamination to give it a more modern feel.
- Mirror mirror on the wall
While typically, closets are allotted a small amount of space due to space constraints, there are very few ways to counter that cramped feeling. One of the more successful ways to line the wardrobes with looking mirrors to give a more three dimensional quality to the space and enhance its spatial quality.
While the inside of a closet is important, the outside is perhaps even more important. Looks can be deceiving, as is proved by this tiny closet design by 3D Innovations. The design may seem a bit involuntary on the outside, but is especially seamless on the inside.