So, not everyone has space in their house for a ‘Carrie Bradshaw type‘ walk-in wardrobe, and wouldn’t it be wonderful to display the outfits you love instead of hiding them behind closed doors?
In step the ‘Open Wardrobe’! So on trend at the moment.
The key is an ‘edited’ capsule collection. Understandably easier said than done, but the display could be used to compliment or visually enhance a space. It could also be an incentive to declutter!
This was what fellow blogger Holly Marder of Avenue Lifestyle did to her newly refurbished bedroom.
I love the simplicity of the white coloured clothes racks, adorned by outfits in natural tones of white, sand and blush, a visual continuity of the room’s palette. The texture of the materials on the rails evoke that sense of Riviera chic and serenity.
For those who love to wear monochrome and to continue this palette into their living space, with a pared down Scandinavian or industrial vibe, then a storage rack in black metal could be the answer. This metal clothes rack is from House doctor DK and can be purchased from Bodie and Fou.
For those with a Boho and eclectic style, I found this cool DIY using ladders via A Pair and a spare DIY . Such a great idea to enhance the look with pops of neon.
I love how Victoria of SF girl by bay has turned a little nook in her room into a focal point with this Copper clothing rack idea rather than trying to fit a solid wardrobe into a small space. The suspended rack creates an unencumbered visual sense of space.
Here’s another idea from SF girl by bay. This metal rail evokes a vintage feel to the room.
If you are a strict minimalist, how about this from Trendenser ? Only display a few key pieces. This I know would be difficult for me no matter how disciplined I am with editing.
Hope you’ve found this post useful. I would so love to hear what you think about the open wardrobe trend. Have a great week all!
( Top image is from thefabguide.com)