Learn how to add the required lightning in a walk-in closet with the use of ceiling lights coupled with under-the-shelf fixtures.
This walk-in wardrobe features a proper sitting area with hanging light bulbs, so you can find a quiet corner for reading and the likes. The wall-embedded square enclosures are a unique way to stage fashion accessories as decorative items in the room.
Compact yet sophisticated, this walk-in closet uses double mirrors to create the illusion of a larger and more open space.
If you are low on budget, but want to revamp your wardrobe nonetheless, then this simple and mod walk-in closet design will best suit your needs.
This old English style walk-in wardrobe comprises of full-length mirrors behind an island that doubles as a vanity. A smart approach indeed!
This spacious walk-in wardrobe consists of dull oakwood furnishing that provides a warm and cozy feel and thus, is ideal for houses located in snowy regions.
Combine the usual reach-in cupboards with a few open shelves for shoes and purses to keep it simple. For a hint of pomposity, opt for an elaborate and decorative ceiling design along with a plush velvet rug and a bunch of fluffy cushions.
Trouble selecting an outwear each day? Consider a great walk-in wardrobe like this to have every option visible at a glance. Keep the shelves and everything white to avoid a stuffy and cluttered look.
Pairing dark mahogany wooden furnishings with muted beige carpet is a fine combination for many walk-in wardrobe layouts.
This walk-in wardrobe features an angular design that adds a fascinating twist to the room. Quite literally! Notice the light gray drapes that enable you to cover the open storage compartments if needed.
Add colorful vibes to an otherwise plain walk-in wardrobe via some wall hangs and a bright leather sofa.
This walk-in wardrobe is as luxurious as it can be. From the steel-gray cupboards and furnishing to the shiny marble top and golden light panels, this place leaves no stone unturned when it comes to making a lustrous wardrobe.
Distinct, exclusive and of course, ocean-themed. The light blue backdrop dont just add a mesmerizing touch but also give an airy and breezy feel that is atypical of most walk-in wardrobes.
This black and brown walk-in wardrobe is perfect for rowdy cowboys and all men who seek a masculine design for their closets.
Royal and regal, this majestic walk-in wardrobe is made solely from wood for a truly beautiful look.
Did you notice the center desk that is large enough to hold a LCD screen and still has extra space left for other work? We love the elegance and purposefulness of this really chic walk-in wardrobe!
This ocean-style walk-in wardrobe features various hues of blue and pale ivory whites for an extremely captivating design. The azure blue carpeted floor pairs go well with the pastel storage shelves. The cylindrical lamps make a striking adornment too.
Sliding glass partitions – because when you have got a walk-in wardrobe as fashionable as this one, why hide it behind closed doors?
This walk-in closet demonstrated how a sleek and slender center light and some trendy accessories on the island can uplift the ambiance in a small space.
Made from smooth chestnut brown wood and highlighted by amber-honey add-ons, this walk-in closet provides great ideas on how to design a pleasing dressing room. A leather stool and a suede chair with metal base coupled with glass doors on wooden armoires – this is the ultimate example of a walk-in closet that balances traditional and modern elements really well.
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