A girl’s walk-in closet design ideas

It might have started as an exaggeration but the rumor that girls need huge closets and have tons of cloths and accessories has become a reality. It’s not something that applies to all girls but having a large walk-in closet is a beautiful dream for most of them. Since the situation won’t change we just have to accept it and deal with it so let’s take a look at some design ideas.

Depending on the age and character of the user of this walk-in closet, those details can be used as a starting point for the design. For example, little girls would probably prefer pink and lots of decorations in their closet while ladies would rather focus on something more elegant. The color is very important and it needs to reflect the user’s personality and preferences. Another important aspect is the size and the way the closet is organized.

To make the best out of the space you have available you should try to use every inch of space. Try to alternate shelves with drawers and storage boxes. Make sure your closet is organized and that you can easily find the item you’re looking for. This means you should have a portion dedicated to shows, another one for shirts, bags and even toys and other items, depending on the user. There are lots of different ways in which you can organize your closet. Try to find the solution hat best suits your needs and space and go with that.{picture 1&2,3,4,and 5}.

Published by in Interiors, on July 25th, 2012


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