Closets – Designing Behind the Scenes
Having a large walk in closet might not be the norm, but it is definitely not okay to let it be a hodge podge of clothing chaos. For those who want to have a neatly compartmentalized closet system and have a big enough space to integrate a few ideas, there are many ways to go about that. There are so many ways to organize a closet, be it a large one, or a small nook of five by five. Each spatial constraint ask for a new innovation in design, and many a designers have come up with innovative hanging techniques, wardrobe designs and hanging units to make up for the inconsistencies of the space. The closet is a very personal affair, and should be designed in a way that satisfies the client and the designer in the same way. So keeping that in mind, we’ll be taking a look at a few incredible closets designs today.
When the allotted space seems to be a bit too less, and you want to create at least an illusion of a space that is not cramped by those constraints, always go by the way of the mirror. Mirrors are the illusion masters of interior designs – they can double the visual quality of any space by tricking the eye into believing there is more. If you look at the closet below, you would notice how the tall wardrobe is reflected on the looking mirror, making the space seem two fold.
This contemporary style closet is all wardrobes and natural light. The soft beige accents merge well with the lighting scheme and the openness plays well with the overall layout of the entire plan of this closet. The one major deign drawback is that there is very little display space that is visible through transparency.
This walk in closet is a king sized cutout of all major closet fantasies. While there are no doors to these wardrobes, there is a very boutique vibe about the overall ambiance that captures the attention and makes it easier for the user to navigate around this space.
This female walk in closet is a very perfect replica of a conventional style boutique and has excellent wardrobe styling technique. The shoe corner is tall and anthropometrically built, and is definitely better than any lazy Susan alternative out there. The overall ambiance of this closet is very modish yet pragmatic.
This closet mimic the conventional, but at the same time manipulates the user to highlight the aesthetics. There is no way anyone would leave a closet of this type unorganized – until and unless they want to disturb the ambiance of their space.