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Ideas to Inspire Your Next Closet Designs

Drawn master closet with letters on certain objects


(a) Avoid a shoe pileup on the floor by placing shoes neatly along a fence or rack.

(b) An island packs piles of things and provides a surface for folding, sorting or sipping coffee.

(c) Alternate hanging and shelving sections to ease sorting and access.

(d) Separate and protect jewelry in velvet-lined trays tucked inside shallow drawers.

(e) Indulge in a vanity, display space and even a bench to make this your morning retreat.

(f) Tall enclaves accommodate dresses and double-rows of shirts, slacks and skirts. Add interest with glass doors and crown molding.


  1. Canopy bed or dreamy curtains: Create a romantic and dreamy atmosphere in your master bedroom by incorporating a canopy bed or using flowing curtains around the bed. Choose light and airy fabrics in soft colors to add a touch of elegance and create a cozy sanctuary.
  2. Accent wall with textured wallpaper: Add depth and visual interest to your master bedroom by using textured wallpaper on one accent wall. Opt for a pattern like damask, floral, or geometric shapes in a color that complements the overall color scheme. This creates a focal point and adds a luxurious and inviting feel to the room.
  3. Ambient lighting: Install soft and ambient lighting options in your master bedroom. Consider using string lights, wall sconces, or table lamps with warm light bulbs. Adjustable dimmers can create a cozy and relaxing ambiance, while fairy lights or twinkle lights can add a magical touch.
  4. Luxurious bedding and throw pillows: Invest in high-quality bedding with plush fabrics like silk, satin, or Egyptian cotton. Choose a color palette that evokes tranquility, such as soft neutrals or soothing pastels. Add an extra layer of comfort and style with decorative throw pillows in various textures, patterns, and colors.
  5. Personalized gallery wall: Create a personalized gallery wall above your bed or in another prominent area of your master bedroom. Display framed photographs, artwork, and meaningful items that hold sentimental value to you and your partner. This adds a personal touch and creates a visually appealing focal point.