20 Dreamy Walk-In Closets To Covet
There are few things more rewarding – or glamorous – than getting dressed in a perfectly organized walk-in closet. We’ve curated the most gorgeous House & Home closets featured in our pages through the years. Click through for some serious closet envy – and no, we don’t mean over the clothes.
It would be a shame to keep clothes as beautiful as these hidden behind doors. Rolling racks keep ornate garments on display. A vintage Singer sewing chair and a weathered rug complement the colors in the clothes.
Sleek and simple floor-to-ceiling cabinets keep clothes out of sight, making items like the vintage chair and Ventetian-glass poliedri chandelier the main attraction.
This polished men’s walk-in features shallow drawers that allow ties to lie flat, with deeper drawers beneath for sweaters and golf shirts.
Open shelves hold the shoes while an open-concept hanging unit lets the colorful clothes do the talking. A pretty tufted bench, exotic wool rug and a modern gold light fixture give this compact space a show-stopping look.
This small walk-in is kept streamlined with an extremely curated collection of clothes. A floor-to-ceiling window offers floods of natural light.
Mirrored surfaces and a winter white palette give this dressing room a super spacious feel, while a plush bench and worn runner create a luxurious environment.
Maximize space with a double-hanging system for shirts, skirts and shorter garments. Luxurious amenities like illuminated shoe racks and a purse collection behind glass-panelled cabinet doors offer a glamorous place to get dressed.
In this dream dressing room, linen-covered boxes hold shoes and sweaters, doors hide hanging closet areas, and the marble-topped island features drawers on both sides. Antique pulls and a delicate 1930s chandelier enhance the room’s vintage appeal.
The dressing room has built-in storage and shelving in every corner. A small desk doubles as a vanity and impromptu office, while shelving above the desk displays favorite shoes and photographs.
Designer Lisa Rogers transformed an extra bedroom into an elaborate storage space. The absence of doors allows homeowner Patricia Lovett-Reid to see all of her clothes at a glance. A freestanding unit in the center of the room provides more storage and a spot to lay out outfits.
Separate a closet or dressing area with affordable curtains in lieu of doors. Damask drapes create an elegant entrance into homeowner Betsy Aziz’s principal bedroom’s dressing room. The star pendant, a trademark of designer Connie Braemer, adds a touch of whimsy.
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Panelled closets and drawers keep essentials organized behind a tailored façade. The custom cabinetry, designed by California Closets, offers ample floor-to-ceiling storage. Crystal knobs, richly upholstered benches and mirrored doors exude luxury, while softly-lined drawers are the perfect place to store treasured jewelry.
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If you’re lucky enough to have a walk-in closet, make sure it has an island. The drawers act as a perfect space to keep smaller items like jewelry and belts organized, and the surface allows you to display a selection of your favorites.
Keep things organized with open shelving and clean lines. Plenty of natural light sets off the clean-lined components, like open shelves, walnut wall panels and stainless steel clothing rods, all of which enhance the boutique-shop style closet. Extra storage boxes keep out-of-season items out of the way and open shelving makes getting dressed a cinch.
Designer Christine Ralphs’ crisp white dressing room highlights her love of fashion, artwork and statement design. White walls and extra-tall cabinets reflect natural light, while a graphic striped rug and Deco-style light fixture introduce contrast.
Stylist Sabrina Linn’s dressing room, which connects the bathroom to the bedroom, has no doors, creating flow and a reason to keep it tidy. She installed prefab shelving to make use of the available vertical space and create the look of custom built-ins.
A shoe rack is a must for any organized closet or dressing room. A built-in that blends seamlessly with the rest of your shelving is preferable, but a free-standing shelf like this one can work just as well — goodbye unsightly hanging door organizer!
White marble, brass knobs and Georgian-style mouldings create a gracious and stylish storage space. The island’s drawers store delicates such as lingerie and stockings. The bench provides a convenient spot for packing handbags and suitcases. Beaded pink pendant lamps and brass hardware add lustrous details.
Storage space is cleverly added to a bedroom’s entryway. Foregoing doors gives the area the feeling of a small dressing room and makes it easy to access. White built-ins and chrome hardware create a clean, modern look.
Designer Rosie Daykin had sleek white closets installed in her contemporary principal bedroom. The custom built-ins offer lots of hanging and shelf space, while spotlights illuminate the contents when doors are open. Vein-cut travertine flooring adds elegance to the room.