12 Walk-In Closets to Die For
Who wouldn’t want customized closet shelving, space for all of your shoes and boots, plus the added convenience of a walk-in closet washer and dryer? These walk-in closets are big, smart and gorgeous.
A Custom Design
They sky is the limit when designing your dream walk-in closet. This custom-built closet features ample space for two people’s wardrobes, plus a shoe rack, drawers, clothes rods, a walk in closet island and lots of light. And if you’ve got the time and skills, you can build your own low-cost custom closet organizer.
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Natural Light Walk-in Closet
This walk-in closet makes the most of natural light and appears bigger than it is thanks to the window and a well-placed mirror.
In addition to a floor-to-ceiling window this walk-in closet features glass cabinets to keep items organized and easy to find. If you have solid cabinet doors now, you can convert them to glass.
With everything except for shoes hidden behind beautiful modern woodwork, this walk-in closet doesn’t even look like a closet. An updated light fixture and natural light from the window help keep it well-lit.
A Closet Island
Who says storage islands need to be confined to the kitchen? This walk-in closet island helps keep smaller items organized. Custom rollouts can add even more convenience to master closet island cabinets.
This walk-in closet bathroom combo makes showering and quickly getting dressed easy. And the closet features lots of shelves for items such as shoes, hats, folded sweaters and bags.
Walk-In in a Small Bedroom
Owners of this home got creative when they didn’t have space in their master bedroom for a walk-in closet. And their solution was to build into a smaller, seldom-used bedroom and they increased their closet space tremendously. The rolling ladder is cool and functional, providing access to the high cabinets.
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Teenager Closet Design
This custom-built closet is a teenager’s dream (or nightmare). And there’s plenty of storage space to hang clothes, plus lots of shelves for storage of things like books, sports gear and miscellany. But it is not guaranteed that a teenager will hang up their clothes and put items on shelves, however.
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