Makeup vanity. Avoid fighting over the bathroom mirror with this convenient option: a built-in makeup vanity. Included in around 35,000 ideabooks, this photo shows an ideal spot for a morning makeup routine; this vanity is great for storing beauty supplies and jewelry in as well.
Drawer dividers. Sidestep a jumbled drawer by installing these simple drawer dividers, which can be adjusted to accommodate your personal pieces. Around 30,000 Houzzers want something similar.
BULIT-in hamper. There are many things about this closet that more than 21,000 Houzzers love, but a built-in hamper with transportable bags stands out as a favorite.
. Give yourself the ability to use the tippy-top shelves. Not everyone is tall, but even those of us who are short should have access to our closets' full dimensions. This closet, by Josh Brown Design, promotes such access through the use of a rolling ladder.
Hang mirrors. The reasoning behind this is obvious, but do note: You don’t need a huge walk-in closet for this tip to be applicable. Hanging one on the inside of your closet door will also do the trick.
Differentiate the heights of your shelves. To ensure a proper home for everything in your wardrobe, you're likely to need shelves of different heights. Stuffing too-tall items into too-short spaces leaves your closet feeling claustrophobic and you feeling frustrated.
Choose a uniform style hanger in the same color. This helps your eye to focus on the clothing.
Add baskets. Baskets are great for organizing loose items on your shelves giving your closet a streamlined look. Group like items in each basket so you’ll always know where to find what you’re looking for.
Install hooks. Hooks are an inexpensive and easy addition that will greatly improve your closet space. Hanging items like belts, ties or scarves on hooks will free up drawer space by turning walls into storage.
First things first: clear it out. The best path to a new and improved closet begins with starting fresh. Clear everything out so you can assess the bones of your closet. This will help you analyze what structural improvements you might want to make so you can tailor the space to your needs.
Ideally, a dressing room should be a one-stop shop. Built-in dressers and floor to ceiling mirrors provide a perfect place to dress while a vanity placed at the end of the space allows for easy grooming or makeup application.
Pretty white cabinetry, a curvaceous settee and lively raspberry accents leave no question that this closet belongs to the lady of the house. Dressing rooms are perfect places to add a little bit of whimsy and the bright accents in this room accomplish just that.
The walls in this pretty dressing area are upholstered in rough linen giving the room a sense of luxury. A dress form in the corner adds an element of fun.
For a serene look, opt for enclosed cabinetry. A full-length mirror is a must, as is a place to sit while putting on shoes or stockings.
Plenty of open shelving lends a boutique feel to a dressing room and helps keep clothing within eyesight.
Maximize your vertical space. The minimum height of rods is 63" for street dresses. You can fit two rods in your 48" long allotted space by allowing 45" for hanging pants and shirts.