Closets are fodder for many daydreams, if you’re a house junkie like meÂ then you’ll often dream about the design first and then what fills itÂ comes in at a close second. A closet expansion and improvement is definitely part of my “one day” remodeling plan.
I thought we’d take a spin through some dreamy closet and storage images.
I especially like to look at narrow closets because I think that’s ultimately what I’ll be faced with at my houseÂ so here’s some slimline versions,
color blocking the sweaters-that’s what I’m talking about! that’s not crazy
Carrie’s closet, still love that it leads in to the bathroom and that it can become an impromptu runway–you know if you needed it to be.
via Full House
Although this one isn’t narrow it still packs a big punch in a smaller space, like the shelves over the door frame
Ok…so let’s switch gears and dream a little bigger,
Sarah Story via New York Social Diary
way to make the most of an attic,
keep it sparse ’cause you got all kinds of space,
personally I like to pack it in more like this,
This one could double as a small retail space,
good lighting is important in every room
Before its stacked and packed
Now here’s an idea, the laundry in the closet–wonder if my husband would put his clothes away right out of the dryer? I’d change the light fixture and flooring and make sure to include a folding surface next to the machines
Mudroom storage on steroids complete with conservatory style skylights? Gotta have it.
Some other smaller closets and storage ideas not to disappoint,
the hidden closet
Aren’t we all big fans of the mismatch chinaÂ organizing jewelry
the dress up closet in the attic playroom, good use of space
a small kid’s closet working hard
If you’re spacially challenged the closet office can be the perfect solution
Hacked IKEA wardrobes, dressed up with paint and new hardware
Hmmm, love me some house daydreams
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