Aimee Song of blog Song of Style recently opened her closet to Glamour magazine.
So much great inspiration for organising your closet. Everything is on display, and I especially love the way she folds all her knits, jeans and tees and stores them in cubbys.
Plus, check out the creative way Aimee displays her necklaces.
Check out more images from Glamour.com here.
Some of us are not lucky enough to have a built-in wardrobe, let alone a walk-in wardrobe.
So today’s post is dedicated to clothes racks and how you can still create a gorgeous fashion space without shelves and drawers.
Would love to see how you work a clothes rack as your closet.
Making your wardrobe a fashion oasis requires attention to detail right down to the floor.
Here are some inspirational images of how a decorative rug or carpet can transform a closet.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a large enough wardrobe to feature a comfy armchair or ottoman? Would certainly provide a place to rest when faced with outfit deliberation – or if you’re like me and change shoe choices several times!
Here are some inspirational images for including a chair in your closet.
Source: housetohome. media.ipcdigital.co.uk
The one thing I have always wanted in my (dream) walk in wardrobe is a mannequin bust. I want to dress it in my favourite new closet additions or the outfit for the week’s big event. It’s just one more way to display all the beautiful clothes in your closet.
However some of the mannequin busts I have come across look lovely just as they are.