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Your Dream Walk-In Wardrobe

Your Dream Walk-In Wardrobe

Let’s face it. Every girl needs something to wear. But the so-called ‘something to wear’ can range from a basic wardrobe of essentials to a conglomeration of skinny jeans, wide leg jeans, pencil skirts, maxi dresses, cute flats, cool trainers, stilettos, necklaces, bracelets, bangles, bags, belts, scarves…you name it!

The dilemma is, the more clothes a girl owns, the more space she needs to store them in. You all know the scenario. The wardrobe is filled from top to bottom with items that sometimes still have the price tag on and pieces you have not worn since the last big clear out two years ago.

But there is a way out ladies: the walk-in-closet. It may be a dream for many, but I believe in dreams coming true!

As I mentioned many times before, I love colour! It is my passion, my life and inspiration. But funnily, I love calm hues such as off-white or warm beige in my bedroom and my closet. Many of my clothes and accessories are very bright and bold, so I like to store them in an environment that is relaxed and does not distract from its vibrant content.

So have a look at these amazing walk in closets. Whether you need the inspiration to update your own closet, ideas for organising your clothes or just to dream. Enjoy!

The white tiles and the chandeliers are so elegant. You can add a pop of colour with your clothing.

A great room for shoeaholics. We love the yellow ottoman.

Simple, minimalist, yet glamorous!

Tones of white and grey are great for a clean look

Safari chic at its finest!

A walk in wardrobe with an amazing view.

We love the emerald green chandelier and matching chair.

Very Carrie Bradshaw!

Clever usage of a spacious bathroom.

Don't you want to relax in here with a good book?

Olivia Palermo's boho chic wardrobe.

The cowhide bench adds character to this minimalist room.

Image sources; DigsDigs, Beauty and the Dirt, Architectural Digest, Instyle, Shelterness, House to Home

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