Feel like doing something different in your closet? If you have a big space to use, it can be tricky to come up with a smart way to distribute storage, you don’t want to do too much or too little. That’s why we got these five great custom walk-in closet ideas!
“When you leave a beautiful place, you carry it with you wherever you go.” - Alexandra Stoddard
This is one of my favorite closets, though I’m a bit suspicious to be talking about it since I love a good ambiance with some natural light. Still, having the closet built allowing the light to come in this easily makes the room feel lighter and much more comfortable.
More than that,
Natural light makes the room look bigger, more spacious, and much less cramped, qualities that every closet needs.
There are no doubts a kitchen island makes life easier, so why not try a closet island also? It can help fill the space and adds extra storage in your closet as well. The best part about it is that you can have it custom built to fit perfectly inside your closet!
Did you know a custom closet service cost will vary according to your location? For instance, in Denver, CO it’s a little cheaper than in New Haven, CT. Contact a local professional for a more accurate estimate!
This idea is mainly for the ladies who love getting their own makeup done at home. Take the opportunity of having a big closet and customize it to have a mirror and a vanity space right inside there. This way you’ll even save up some space by not needing that table in other rooms.
Half & Half
Now, if both man and woman need to share a closet, it needs to be a well-balanced space. What better way to have that than dividing half for each? And both parts can be customized accordingly!
In the photo above, you can see the woman has a lot more shoes, so her part of the closet has a special part for those while the man has more space to hang jackets, coats, and pants.
Wall to Wall
This walk-in closet is not the biggest of all, but it still manages to do a great job dividing the space to create a practical closet. You don’t need a big room, just a good layout, with:
- hanging spaces
And don’t forget to take advantage of that ceiling space to store out-of-season clothes inside bins. This way, you can keep everything neat and organized at all times.
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