6 closet designs that would make you drool
Closets are considered private black zones of any home. One of every ten person is invited into this sanctuary. A closet is not only a place of storage of the most personal artifacts, it is also a place of organization of one’s most valuable assets. It is not only a collection of clothes that makes up a successful closet, but it is the showcasing and optimized organization of each and every item – be it purses, shoes, jewelry or more – that makes up a good closet design. In light of that, today we will be looking at 6 closet designs that would be certain to make you drool.
- Double Venti
This His-and-Her’s closet is one of a kind walk in. with both major sides accommodating the ‘her’ aspect, the back wall is dedicated to the ‘his’ part. The neat, open style wardrobe design not only makes for easy pursing of clothes, it also allows for easily handling of what comes after. The racks are designed in a retail style formation that makes it easy to pull out clothes and hang them back on without the hassle of folding them to neat quarters. The ambiance is certainly first class, with a very own contemporary light fixture providing mood lighting for the space, and the looking mirrors at the end that makes the space seem larger and expansed.
- Go for style
This stylish modern closet is all about high gloss wardrobe formations with an easy retail style changing room feel. The seating space with the full sized mirror up front provide a nice dressing table alternative without compromising the aesthetic and ambiance of the closet itself.
- Mirror walls and wardrobe forms
This closet is a mix of old school and modern; a wardrobe style formation mixed in with a contemporary mirror wall addition. The actual wardrobe is clad by wooden laminates and each leaf hides a compartment for clothes, shoes and accessories, while the mirror side acts as a fun function as well as distraction.
- A box in situation
This adorable small sized closet is one of a kind oddball mix of smart furniture choices, a handy dressing table and perfunctory boutique style hanging system. The best thing about this small sized closet is its ability to pack a large amount of storage as well as functionality in the crammed space that it is allotted. The designers have used a sliding door mechanism to save some valuable space while making the best of the design within the context of a client’s brief.