This glam closet has always stuck in my brain. Love the wallpaper, love the jewelery stand, love the well-lit portrait.
While this is a large closet to begin with, hitting the container stores and working with one of their associates can expand your storage capacity exponentially.
This is a great example of maximizing space in a child's closet. Because their clothes are so short, you can fit in extra hanging rods, which leaves room for lot of shelves.
This is my own secret indulgence; my pursery. It used to be my nephew's nursery, but when I bought the house, I had my own babies - my bags!
When your closet space is sorely lacking, add armoires for more clothing.
I just love the architecture of this closet-like nook and thought I'd throw it in the mix.
Closet doors don't have to be ho-hum. The fine wood and hardware on these add immense architectural interest to the room.
I think I'd forgo a bedroom large enough to fit dressers in order to have all of my clothing in one organized space like this one.
The way this bedroom was designed, the closets become part of the wall.
I am loving the skylight. I'm not sure if this is part of a bathroom or just a really fabulous linen closet.
These fancy doors make this closet look like a Brooks Brothers or a Ralph Lauren store.
This closet has so much light that a plant lives in there. Note the way the tie racks are hung, keeping the lines of the built-in features.