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Major Closet Inspiration

(Above:My own closet that I built with major help from Wesley Mason)
One of my favorite design projects to do is designing and building closets and when the client is extremely stylish, it makes the job that much more fun and also very hard at the same time. I’m currently working on my newest client and good friend Chriselle’s closet and here are some closet inspiration that I’ve gathered on my pinterest. Which one is your favorite? Also, if you could design your own dream closet, what are some major things you’d want?
All image via my Pinterest


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  2. These are all fabulous! Every woman and even every man will surely die for these gorgeous closets. I have to say, of all these, my absolute favorite is the fifth example. I just love the overall atmosphere and that floor-to-ceiling window even the closets Bergen is just awesome. I also adore how cool and relaxing the third example is. It is also very minimalistic yet stylish in several aspects. Thank you for all these photos. These are just inspiring.

  3. do is designing and building closets and when the client is extremely stylish, it makes the job that much more fun and also very hard at the same time. I'm currently working on my newest client and good friend london apartments

  4. this is making me so wanting to work hard so one day I can manufacture my dream closet ROOM, it MUST be a walk in closet near the bathroom like in the last pic, but I prefer the closet designs in the fourth to last one, so intense, and loads of mirrors good lighting and anti-moist packs to prevent mold of course… sigh… cheers to ONE DAY!

    xx nathan.niche

  5. I must say, that is one organized closet! Mine is a mess… I mean I have no idea how to organize it! I just hang them wherever I can.. :/ not a very clever method…
    I don't like to fold my to hang them! (I'm that lazy! Everything has to be visible (if not behind a curtain or door) and easy to get!

  6. I'm definitely jealous of your own closet! Mine at home is really small and cramped, so the one trick I've learned is hangers that can hang on each other (you can then fit four shirts in the space of one)! It works really well for me, of course if your clients have the luxury of a larger closet no need to worry about it.

  7. Great inspiration! Definitely using this as a closet guide…eh moving apartments. SO MUCH FUN.

    Lovely post,

  8. I wish I could have a walk in wardrobe, my life would be complete! Space for shoes is the most important thing, lots and lots of it!

    I am very jealous of your wardrobe by the way, all the colours and beautiful clothes!


  9. Hello!! I don't comment often, but I do follow you on Bloglovin and really look forward to all of your posts! I would love to see you post more of your design work, the ostrich leather chair on your instagram is amazing!!!
    Xo Alana

  10. I would love a walk-in! Inner city living in Sydney is so expensive; but if I were to have a dream closet it would definitely have dedicated shoe shelves..

  11. Love your closet,it is perfect to me, that is why I am here !! ;)



  12. The last image with the half women's and half men's closet is just perfect- soft and delicate versus masculine and polished, mmm :)


  13. Omg some of these closets look like show rooms! So fantastic. Great job on reno'ing your closet!

  14. Oh, wow, I LOVE the paper in that fourth shot. How gorgeous.

    My own closet? Well, I think what I'd need before I asked for anything else is rather more room. Hard to do much in a NYC apartment closet!

  15. these are so nice wardrobes! I like the first one the most, maybe because
    in this one are the most clothes and it dosnt look as expensive as the others…

  16. Oh my god, I think I love every single closet you posted. I think my next appartment will have the size of these closets, but I know some day I will have one like these :) xx

  17. I love the first two photos as they are simple yet still stylish. They would be my perfect idea of a closet. X

  18. Love these inspirations! A great closet for me would definitely need a lot of good shoe and bag space, jewelry drawers, plus hanging space for all the delicate things that can't be folded. Just a questions about putting shoes on shelves – do you clean them first or put down something on the shelf to protect it from dirt & marks?
    Love your own wardrobe – it looks pretty perfect! :)

    B x

  19. Love all these closets! And the new look of the blog- I want to live in those closets :)

  20. Indeed really inspiring pictures! I must say, there are so many things you can do with a closet, whether it is walk-in or not! Personally, I enjoy keeping the colors light, since I feel a closet is like the white canvas – neutral.

  21. I looove yours! Not as overstated as the rest but looks completely organised and functional – much better than my current floordrobe…

    ♥ ThankFifi

  22. In a way I would want it to look like a store – so I feel like I'm going shopping and styling a perfect outfit everytime I go in there :D

  23. i love your closet & its organization. something important for me in a closet is having a lot of hanging space. i'm not very good at folding, so things that aren't hanging need to be put behind & not shown. in my dream closet there would be a large jewelry stand for all of my necklaces to hang & enough wall space for all of my shoes to be on display

  24. I actually really like the way u did ur closet more so than the inspiration photos. I think it's because yours has more light and you can see everything in one place more or less. Your shoe display is my fave. Really cool how u displayed the boots sideways which adds more perspective. I would def install TONS of shelf space for my shoes. Right now they're all over the place, downstairs, upstairs, in boxes… Cool post darlin. Please show us ur chriselle-closet-makeover when it's done!

    Xoxoo Diana

  25. I am quite jealous of all of these and my closet is way too small to accomplish any of this… but oh how I wish, how I wish!!!!!

  26. That picture is giving me a serious case of closet-envy, your closet is GORGEOUS. And, if I could have someone build my custom-closet, I'd like it to be all in white (to look bigger and airy), very organised (with shelves and drawers for certain purposes). I love the jewellery organisation in this post, it's dreamy!

  27. I'd most definitely want a shoe wall, and a separate area for handbags to be laid out. Loving the second closet as well: all those mirrors are fabulous! xx

  28. your closet is so wonderful and more realistic
    for me but i do like the last closet pic .. the
    his and hers.


  29. As an architect I absolutely understand your feeling!!! I prefer every space of a house, even the part of a closet, to express the character of its owner.. The way that he/she uses the space he/she lives in is the most inspirational source of ideas for designing the perfect space for him/her…

  30. Wow those closets are amazing! I love the big shoe shelves! I wish I would have such an enormous closet.
    xo Jo

  31. I think I'd kill for any of those closets, my own is quite tiny.
    Love how you've organised yours xoxo

  32. love the closets.. especially the first one:) thanks for the inspiration! x

  33. your closet is amazing, just the way I want mine to be, someday :) but the inspirations are also great, especially the first one with the chandelier, so elegant.

  34. Can´t decide which one I like best. They are all awesome!!!
    Congrats to you can´t believe you built that gorgeous closet by yourself with a bit help. It´s so beautiful :D


  35. i love your inspiration, I really really really need to get a big closet as I just have so much stuff and no where to house it all.

    your wardrobe is perfect too – really the sort of thing i'd like to have :)

    Great post

    Mel x