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25 Creative Spaces In Your Home To Place A Closet
Every home needs a closet; it can be a small walk-in room, a tiny attic space or a makeshift closet right in your bedroom, everything here depends on the money, space and interior style you have. Each options has its own advantages and disadvantages, and if you are puzzling over what to do and where to place the closet in your home, I’d like to offer you some examples to try.
A closet can be a walk-in one in case you have enough space for that. Design it in any style you like, from luxurious and glam to modern and moody. Here are some tips if you have a small closet: keep it in light colors to make it look bigger, and go for additional lights on the shelves on under the shelves, it will make the space lighter and will help you to find everything you need. Go for mirrored wardrobe doors if any to use them, too and avoid placing additional mirrors all around. If there are windows, it’s a great advantage for much light and right choosing of colors for your outfits.
a girlish walk-in closet in glam style, with a gilded chair, faux fur and open shelving, there's also a makeup vanity
a large walk-in closet with open shelving and mirrored wardrobes, lots of lights
a chic moody space with black shelves and cabinets, lots of lights and mirrors
a stunning walk-in closet with framed glass doors and lots of light looks very spectacular
a comfy modern walk-in closet with a large window and cabinets with drawers
a large closet with lots of cabinets and large windows to brign much light in
a luxurious modern closet with open shelving and a large wardrobe is great for both men and women
a minimalist closet in white with additional lights on the shelves to make the space look bigger
a trendy modenr closet with natural wood shelves and additional light and glass drawers
Closets In Bedrooms
Locate your closet in your bedroom – this is perhaps the most natural space for a closet. There are several ways to hide it or at least to separate the closet from the sleeping space itself. First of all, you can make a sliding door – it can be a glass one to slightly separate the space or a mirror one to use it. Second, you can go for a curtain or two curtains, this is the easiest way to hide the closet and you can change them anytime. Third, you can create a large headboard wall with a closet behind – this is a very functional idea to try.
a closet with sleek doors in your bedroom can be divided with a large storage headboard
a Scandinavian bedroom with an attic closet, which is separated with a mirror barn door
the closet in the bedroom is separated with a framed sliding glass door, which doesn't make the space look smaller
hide your closet in the bedroom behind curtains and make it invisible whenever you want
a modern bedroom with sliding glass doors that hide an organized closet
a frosted glass headboard wall hides the closet and looks ethereal at the same time
a Scandinavian space with a closet hidden behind the curtains is a perfect idea
A makeshift closet is a unique and very trendy idea, which was born by open spaces. Such closets can be placed in any part of your open layout or in any room or corner that you consider suitable. An awkward attic corner, a part of your bedroom, home office or any other space can be turned into a closet with this idea. Get inspired!
a makeshift closet with chests of drawers and open shelving in the bedroom
an awkward attic corner is taken by a makeshift closet with open shelving and hangers
a large open space with cool makeshift closets used for space separating
a makeshift closet placed right behind the bed looks like a creative headboard
a makeshift closet in a serene bedroom takes one wall and there's much storage space
a makeshift closet like this one can be placed in any room and space you want
a man's makeshift closet is placed in the home office makes it unique and creative
a makeshift closet as a part of the bedroom, with open shelving and railing