With the change of season, no matter in which hemisphere, a majority of us turn to our wardrobes and give them a little, or for some even thorough change. Off-season clothing goes up to the deeper higher shelves and with these alterations, it automatically comes to mind, what if. What if I had a walk-in closet with spacious shelves and shoe racks, that not only store them but also create a beautiful display and makes you enjoy the view. What if I had a closet that has a separate part only for jewelry, with glass drawers and velvet compartments. What if everyday decisions on what to wear would be easier if I had that, dream closet. For the ones, who can say that they not only can afford, but also have one, I envy you, but in the best way possible. Today we’re sharing a collection of 40 the most beautiful modern walk-in closets and their lovely details. Hope one day this dream of mine could become a reality, but since is not in the near future, at least I (and you) can enjoy these gorgeous room pictures online. Which one is your favorite? Write your thoughts in the comments! And don’t forget to have a lovely day, everyone.
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I bet installing an ironing board into your closet, is a big plus for when you need to get ready fast.
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The ingenious idea is to hide your jewelry or accessories behind the mirror, which opens up like a door. Very practical and space well saved.
Under the Top photo with a classical chair, you will find a link that even shows the DIY to this wonderful idea.
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The small space and budget-friendly idea- to use metal pipes as a rack. This seems, not only a well looking and stylish, but also a great space saver – the great use of an empty corner.
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Maintaining a monochromatic palette not only in the interior but also throughout the clothes – now that’s a determination.
One of the best Italian wardrobe designers and developers – Porro. So stylish, so sleek, so modern.
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