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ABOVE: Bradley from Luella June blog shares with us her favorite part of her closet!
First and foremost, I'm an accessories girl. Scarves, jewelry, handbags, belts - they're always what make a look work for me. My "collection" started to overflow, so I realized I needed a little spot to house my accessories. I actually took this shelf from an exercise room in my parents' old house (my dad didn't exactly enjoy helping me get this heavy into my apartment). It's nailed against the wall in my closet and it's a perfect place to keep all of my accessories.
I keep the jewelry on the middle shelves and my clutches in the top shelf. (There are 3 pull out drawers at the bottom that keep scarves and belts.) The cork board on the back wall is a recent addition. I use it to pin up inspiration pictures and different looks I love.
It's my favorite spot in my closet for a couple of reasons: (1) my very favorite things that I own are in those shelves and (2) I love being able to see it all! I've learned that if you can't see what you have, you're much more likely not to wear it. It's a happy place in my closet!
ABOVE: Valentina's closet - She's an Italian blogger which you can read more about via her blog: Cashmere Mama.
Valentina tells us: The closet is a whole room, my hubby painted the walls himself, and the rest of the furniture we got from Ikea!
ABOVE: Janice submitted her closet and it resembled a little boutique, too cute! I'll let Janice explain a little about her closet & how it came about.
My husband and I moved into a narrow rowhouse in downtown Toronto and for some reason, people in 1901 didn't need as much closet space as us modern girls :-)
So to prevent any disputes about who gets to hang what and where, my husband graciously offered up the third bedroom to be my 'girly room' (as he calls it).
As this isn't our forever house, I wasn't keen on doing anything permanent, so we went with the Ikea Stolmen system for the closet - it uses pressure on the floor and ceiling to keep it upright. Of course it is also great as it puts all my clothes on display!!
The room isn't perfect yet (always a work in progress) but it has been a definite marriage saver :-) I think that is my favourite part about it!!
I have plans on painting the vanity and switching out the chair, but that is on the list for this summer.
You can learn more about Janice by visiting her blog, Life begins at 30
ABOVE: Deanna Young's closet - in Phoenix Arizona.
I've loved my modern Phoenix home's closet for the past three years (having two windows is killer) but had not taken the time until recently to buy new matching quality hangers and let me tell you what a difference it has made!
I constantly edit my closet and have the self-imposed rule purge before purchase. Color coordinating has really helped me see my clothes and now I can find everything super fast. In the future I'd like to spice it up a little by adding a rug, some accessories and a mod bench. Enjoy!
ABOVE: Kate from Centsational Girl did a great job on her DIY closet! She gave it somewhat of a vintage feel & added a soft blue color to the shelving, which I thought was unexpected but nice! You can read all about this closet project via her blog here.