Home Decor Ideas: 5 Stylish And Luxurious Wardrobe Options To Try
By Cheryl Lai-Lim
June 28, 2021
Whether you are a shoe and bag collector or own chic suits and the most extravagant dresses, get a dose of design inspiration to create the wardrobe of your dreams.
Closets are often seen as mundane spaces when it comes to interiors. But these spaces are very important; As one of the most used spaces in a home, closets can serve as a safe sanctuary and a functional room in which to dress and feel good.
Designing a walk-in closet requires a clever mix of style and functionality. The space should be practical in terms of storage, while still fitting in a cohesive and elegant way in the layout of your home. Whether it’s a dedicated space located in an en-suite bedroom or a full bedroom, it’s important to tailor the space to suit your needs and personality.
Below, we highlight a few inspiring walk-in closets that suit a variety of design schemes.
Now that we are constantly working from home, multifunctional spaces are more important than ever. If you don’t have a dedicated home office, consider turning your walk-in closet into a multi-purpose space.
Designed by Mr Shopper Studio, the closet of this glamorous two-bedroom apartment has been transformed into a stylish and versatile space. Entering through polished gold-framed glass doors, the cozy space is flanked by towering built-in wardrobes on both sides. A centrally placed long patterned rug replicates the look of a runway while adding color and personality.
The highlight of the enclosed space is the multifunctional desk at the end. With a built-in mirror, the table can instantly double as a vanity area for the owner as she gets ready. Alternatively, it can also be used as a work desk, turning the closet into a smart and stylish office space.
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Closets serve as a space to store your clothes and get ready, but the closed room can also be used as a place to connect and bond. Home of RT + Q architectural firm co-founder Rene Tan, this walk-in closet in the master bedroom was lovingly created for his wife to easily access her clothes and accessories. This walk-in closet is also connected to Tan’s teenage daughter’s bedroom through a hidden wall, making it easy for the mother-daughter duo to share clothes and create fond memories of dressing up together.
With a high ceiling that spans two floors, the walk-in closet offers ample storage space. Higher compartments, perfect for storing less worn clothes like winter clothes, are easily accessible from the attic of the house. Clear glass panels make it easy for Tan’s wife to select clothes, while the soft carpet floor adds a touch of luxury. Glass panels and rotating windows around the closet delightfully connect the space to other rooms in the house.
If you have an impressive shoe collection, consider hosting your shoes in a space dedicated only to your shoes. This chic shoe cabinet, created by interior design firm KGID, consists of two imposing full-height shelves that contain ample storage capacity.
KGID was inspired by fashion boutiques, because women are a big fan of these luxury spaces. Each individual shelf is designed to hold a wide assortment of footwear, from high heels to bulkier loafers. The lighting integrated in the cabinet creates a luxurious boutique effect and a warm atmosphere while gently illuminating the shoes on display. Located near the entrance, the convenient space allows for easy convenience when it comes to putting on and taking off shoes.
Personalize your walk-in closet according to your needs while allowing your own personality to shine. For a couple attached to the recommendations of their fengshui master, they decided to call on Topic Studio to create a truly personalized interior for their apartment.
The design cabinet brought the walk-in closet to life using patterns and lighting. Faithful to the theme of the Chinese style of the house with floral arrangements, the decorative wallpaper Fromental was chosen in accordance with the requirements of feng shui. Each individual shelf is lined and illuminated with lights, which showcase specific collections like bags and scarves. Keeping in mind the owners’ preference for golden tones, the design team elegantly aligned the edges of the cabinets in the sparkling hue.
Showcase your prized collections with a mix of display designs in your walk-in closet. Designed by Ming Architects, this semi-detached property features a spacious walk-in walk-in closet that combines hanging shelves and display cases. Open shelves allow instant access to everyday pieces, while glass display cases create storage space for more valuable pieces while keeping dust and dirt away.
The design team also used a rich combination of textures and materials to create a vibrant monochrome space. The walls feature sinuous patterns with a touch of gold, which also tie in with the edgy patterns of marble slabs throughout the closet. Sleek and punchy, the walk-in closet is a multifunctional space aimed specifically at homeowners.