6 unconventional closet designs
Closet designs are often one wheeled when it comes to layout. The function of a closet is so universal that designers have become single-mindedly obtuse about its design – just a small room with a wardrobe. The aesthetics and individuality are rarely even considered these days. A good closet design takes the users preference in account as a wholesome idea. Any designer worth their salt would take in user experience as basis for a holistic closet design. A good closet is one which amalgamates the best of functionality with the best of aesthetics. In this way, the entire design would be a wholesome pragmatic and visual experience for the user. Below, we’ll be looking at some unconventional closet design ideas that set the bar pretty high.
- The Grey Scale
This closet is relatively larger than a conventional one. It is designed in a walk-in formation and offers unique avenues of storage – not just for clothes but for everyday essentials like cosmetics, books and blankets as well. Its industrial aesthetic is quite stark, but the storage system is very pragmatic. The SS Channel shelving makes for adjustable shelving while the mainframe clothing storage mimics the boutique style.
- The Retail Conundrum
The closet in the image below has been designed in the image of a retail store, complete with a fashionable seating area and spot lighting. Each fixture has its own unique visual value which makes the overall design an unusual experience. The beauty of this design comes from its unconventional yet contemporary venture in aesthetics.
- A Fresh Take on Wardrobes
A wardrobe is, was and will probably forever be the most conventional and preferable choice in closet design. So how to design it with a twist? The image below shows a great example of how the conventional wardrobe design could be tweaked as a compatible storage experience with the contemporary lifestyle and aesthetics.
- The Open Shelf Design
Open shelving seems to be all the rage these days, be it in the kitchen or even in a closet. The image below shows a quintessential wardrobe like closet space – only with open shelving instead of a closed off wardrobe. The overall design is very stylish and urges the user to keep the space tidy.
- The Add-On
Not the most conventional style of a closet, the add-on usually comes as a luxury bathroom accessory. As you can see in the image below, it has a very distinctively sumptuous vibe that can never be imitated in a small space.
- The Wardrobe
Conventional wardrobes are a must for those designing on a budget, so you can always make these an inherent part of the room interior by designing the door leafs like the wall – no handles or knobs; just sliding doors that hide your essentials.