Ten properties with walk-in wardrobes that retailer garments in attention-grabbing methods

On this lookbook, we pick 10 residence interiors that characteristic walk-in closets designed to offer bed room storage that’s each sensible and interesting.

Stroll-in wardrobes create a bespoke storage resolution that’s exhausting to attain with commonplace furnishings.

Usually they’re thought-about an opulent characteristic used to declutter the bed room in giant homes, however as the ten examples beneath reveal, they will also be a smooth resolution for utilising useless house in smaller properties.

That is the newest in our lookbooks sequence, which offers visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing well-organised bedrooms, interiors with built-in furnishings and houses that make a characteristic of their corridors.

Picture is by Jack Lovel

Marine, Australia, by David Barr Architects

This walk-through wardrobe sits in a hall between a toilet and the main bedroom of a cottage close to Perth.

Birch-plywood storage items and concrete flooring outline the wardrobe, a continuation of the supplies used all through the sunshine and ethereal extension designed by David Barr architects.

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Walk-in wardrobe
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O-asis, USA, by The Ranch Mine

Heat-toned wooden shelving and cabinetry was mixed with terrazzo flooring on this monumental walk-in closet that units out garments like a boutique trend retailer.

It flows proper off from the lavatory of a giant home in Arizona designed for a musician by structure studio The Ranch Mine.

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Bedroom of Botaniczna Apartment by Agnieszka Owsiany Studio
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Botaniczna House, Poland, by Agnieszka Owsiany Studio

A linen-curtain display tidily obscures the walk-in wardrobe on this Poznań condominium designed by Agnieszka Owsiany Studio.

The elegant and delicate aesthetic of the curtains contributes to the calming environment the studio sought to create, in addition to serving to to offset the adjoining burl-wood vainness desk that acts because the bed room’s characteristic component.

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Apartment by Studio Noju
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Casa Triana, Spain, by Studio Noju

Studio Noju used a floor-to-ceiling curtain to create a walk-in wardrobe in the primary bed room of this renovated condominium in Seville.

The studio used a vibrant yellow paint for the wardrobe that contrasts with the monochrome curtain and surrounding partitions, including to the sense of theatre and shock when the drape is drawn again.

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Apartment in Estrela by Aurora Arquitectos
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House in Estrela, Portugal, by Aurora Arquitectos

A small, triangular room on this outdated Lisbon condominium was transformed right into a walk-in closet as a part of a revamp by Aurora Arquitectos.

White curtains cowl a storage unit that runs alongside the longest wall of the wardrobe, which is supplied with pure mild by glazing above an arched doorway.

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House H in Taiwan designed by KC Design Studio
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Home H, Taiwan, by KC Design Studio

This basement condominium in Taipei was given a moody color palette and uncooked textures in an overhaul by KC Design Studio.

That theme was continued within the walk-in wardrobe off the main bedroom, which acts as a dressing space between an en-suite lavatory and a personal lounge.

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Hubert by Septembre Architecture
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Hubert, France, by Septembre

Embedded inside a modestly sized Paris condominium renovated by structure studio Septembre, this walk-in closet is an instance of intelligent utilisation of house.

A wall behind the mattress types a partial division, permitting for beneficiant clothes storage whereas retaining the room’s general proportions.

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The Magic Box Apartment Raúl Sánchez Architects
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The Magic Field House, Spain, by Raúl Sánchez Architects

This condominium close to Barcelona, designed by Raúl Sánchez Architects, takes the idea of a walk-in wardrobe to a brand new stage.

Aptly known as The Magic Field House, it incorporates a shiny brass wardrobe that divides two bedrooms as a substitute of a standard partition wall, which may be handed via like a secret passageway.

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RL House Renovation by Diego López Fuster Arquitectura
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RL Home Renovation, Spain, by Diego López Fuster Arquitectura

Diego López Fuster Arquitectura opted to offer the bed room of this Alicante a beneficiant walk-in wardrobe that acts as a full dressing space.

Fairly than being hidden or tucked away, its huge proportions assist to make the comparatively lengthy and slender bed room really feel extra spacious.

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Casp21 by Bonba Studio
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Casp21, Spain, by Bonba Studio

Inexperienced-panelled wooden boxing encloses a sizeable walk-in wardrobe within the nook of this bed room in a transformed workplace constructing in Barcelona.

Via this intervention, Bonba Studio maximised the sensation of brightness and spaciousness within the room, in addition to making certain that the complete impression of the normal vaulted ceiling was maintained.

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That is the newest in our sequence of lookbooks offering curated visible inspiration from Dezeen’s picture archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing well-organised bedrooms, interiors with built-in furnishings and houses that make a characteristic of their corridors.