17 Spare Bedrooms That Turned Into Dream Closets
If we're being honest, getting a glimpse into the closets of celebrities has us green with envy every time. But you don't need to be a superstar to have your very own dream closet, nor do you need to live in a luxe LA mansion. In fact, a chic, organized closet
may lie in the conversion of that spare bedroom that isn't getting any use.
Transforming an extra room into the dressing space of your dreams may be as simple as adding some smart storage pieces
, organization hacks
, and of course, your fabulous wardrobe. Ahead, be prepared to get inspired to turn that dream into a reality, with these swoon-worthy spare-bedrooms-turned-closets that are giving us all the inspo.
Fashion designer Clare Vivier
got her dream closet
by turning her home’s extra bedroom into the ultimate boutique-style storage space to hold her ever-changing collection of fashion and clothes. Custom-built shelving from California Closets along with strategically placed hooks hold everything from dozens of handbags and accessories to clothing and more, while a multi-level drawer organizer keeps jewelry and scarves in order.
Bring in a white bookshelf to your spare bedroom to instantly update the space. Filled with shoes and sweaters, this storage piece keeps everything well-organized.
Okay, we’re going to need a moment. This insanely stylish dressing room is almost too good to believe. From the crystal chandelier to the palm carpet and the crushed velvet ottoman, we want it all!
Let’s be real, we could all use a designated place to hang tomorrow’s garments.
Every good closet needs a full length mirror. Add a little extra interest to the space with a stunning chandelier.
Who said you couldn’t mimic your favorite vintage shop? Take notes from setups you're loving at the local boutique and infuse that style into your space.
Add an ornate floor length mirror to your dressing room. Hunt for the perfect vintage find in order to add some much-needed character to an all-white space.
Dress your space up for success! As long as you are tidy, there’s no reason you can’t work with an open storage solution.
Sneak a little work station in your space. No one said your closet couldn’t do double duty.
Go for bold. Paint your closet surround in a cool shade of peacock blue. A dark and moody dressing space is just as appealing to us as a bright and airy one. As long as you can stash all of your stuff, you’re golden.
Closet by Nicole Norris
Decorate your space with your existing accessories. Putting purses, shoes, and hats on display is both fun and functional.
With comprehensive storage like this, we are not sure we would ever run out of room! A color coordinated closet is a happy closet.
Comfort is key! After a long day, kick off your heels in your dreamy dressing room.
If your dressing room houses a nonfunctional fireplace, stash your shoes inside! If Carrie Bradshaw can keep her shoes in her oven, you can find room in your fireplace.
Use a speckled black and white wallpaper to add a playful touch to your vanity area.
A few key pieces of furniture is all your space needs to look pulled-together. Outfit your space with a dresser, clothing rack, and a shelving unit.
A darling, miniature gallery wall sweetens up this softly-colored space. This story was originally published June 10, 2016. It has been updated with new information. Get more closet envy: Step Inside Clare V.’s Dream Closet This Perfect Master Closet Is Inspiring Us to Rethink Our Own 6 Tricks for the Most Organized Closet Domino delivered daily, right to your inbox. Sign up here.