Eight houses the place wardrobes are used as a focus

Assertion wardrobes with red-leather doorways and vivid yellow shelving characteristic on this lookbook, which proves garments storage doesn’t need to be a blight on the inside.

It is common for wardrobes to be pared-back and hid in residential interiors, usually in an try to cover muddle and retain concentrate on different furnishings and finishes.

Nonetheless, this lookbook spotlights the works of architects difficult this concept and utilizing important clothes storage as a chance to create a focus in a house.

That is the most recent in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks that includes pergolas, guesthouse interiors and bedrooms with bathtubs.

Photograph by Nick Worley

Leather-based Dressing, UK, by Simon Astridge

Rust-coloured leather-based strains the ground and sliding wardrobe doorways of this dressing room, which architect Simon Astridge designed as an eye catching centrepiece in a refurbished London home.

“The very best a part of the leather-based tunnel is the beautiful contemporary leather-based scent you get each time you get off the bed to dress,” mentioned Astridge.

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yellow wardrobe
Photograph by Studio Noju

Casa Triana, Spain, by Studio Noju

This vivid yellow wardrobe is among the many brightly colored areas in Casa Triana, an open-plan residence by Studio Noju in Seville.

Its vivid cabinets and surfaces pop towards its white environment and type a hanging backdrop to the proprietor’s garments. Whereas forming a characteristic of the house, it additionally helps to create the phantasm of getting separate areas inside its open plan.

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Golden wardrobes in The Magic Box Apartment
Photograph by José Hevia

The Magic Field Condo, Spain, by Raúl Sánchez Architects

This shiny brass wardrobe on the centre of an residence close to Barcelona in Spain was meant to resemble a valuable jewelry field. It additionally acts as a partition between two rooms, that includes a “secret passageway” in its center.

“I really like brass, and on this exact venture it gave that magic look, that look of a valuable object,” mentioned architect Raúl Sánchez.

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Yellow wardrobes by Pedro Varela & Renata Pinho
Photograph by José Campos

Yellow Condo Renovation, Portugal, by Pedro Varela & Renata Pinho

Yellow was additionally utilized by architects Pedro Varela & Renata Pinho to color this wardrobe, which is positioned in an residence in Portugal.

The wardrobe varieties a part of a wall of storage that divides the residence. Ending touches embody different-sized round openings to be used as handles and a step that’s pulled out of the wall with a smiley-face cut-out.

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Wood Ribbon apartment by Toledano + Architects
Photograph by Salem Mostefaoui

Wooden Ribbon, Paris, by Toledano + Architects

This Parisian residence is called Wooden Ribbon after the sinuous plywood wall that snakes by means of its inside.

Whereas dividing the residence into three zones, the construction additionally incorporates a number of doorways, a dressing room and storage areas for garments, together with one within the hallway.

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Nagatachō Apartment by Adam Nathaniel Furman
Photograph by Jan Vranovsky

Nagatachō Condo, Tokyo, by Adam Nathaniel Furman

A sugar-sweet color palette fills each nook of the Nagatachō Condo, which designer Adam Nathaniel Furman created for a retired expat couple in Tokyo.

This contains the bed room, the place a built-in wardrobe is printed by vivid baby-blue doorways and yellow semicircular motifs that stand out towards the white and inexperienced partitions on both facet.

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Blue wardrobe with built-in window seat
Photograph by Filippo Poli

Galla Home, Spain, by Cavaa

Although it sits seamlessly towards the wall, the detailed design of this wardrobe ensures makes it a standout characteristic of the Galla Home in Spain.

It options wood drawers for sneakers and taller blue-painted cabinets for hanging garments, alongside a deep window seat that’s loved by the house’s feline occupants.

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Diagonal wardrobe

Versailles Studio Condo, Australia, by Catseye Bay Design

Catseye Bay Design designed the wood wardrobe of Versailles Studio Condo to double as a privateness display screen for the mattress.

Projecting diagonally from one of many bed room partitions, the two-metre-high construction incorporates garments storage and shelving on the opposite facet. Alongside the mattress, it conceals an upholstered bench that appears out to a window.

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That is the most recent in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks that includes pergolas, guesthouse interiors and bedrooms with bathtubs.