Finding some awesome bedroom closet ideas to upgrade your master suite is an easy and fun way to revamp your private living areas without spending a ton of money. Small touches like custom shelving, wardrobes, and freestanding drawer units can make a huge difference in the look and functionality of your design. Custom closet storage is also one of those features that can greatly increase interest from potential buyers. Closets may not sell homes like bathrooms and kitchens, but they do standout in the memories of buyers as a luxury item that they would love to have. For this reason, it is always a great idea to incorporate some updated closet ideas if you are thinking about selling, but also just to keep your space as glamorous and organized as possible.
If you are considering selling your home, small luxurious touches like a gorgeous walk in closet design go a long way in making the house memorable to potential buyers. Beautiful closets are one of those features that you don’t really realize you want or need until you step into a home with outsiding custom designs. This is a home we recently sold with gigantic his and hers dedicated areas. These custom closets featured lovely built in units with plenty of drawer and shelf space to store a ton clothes and shoes, as well as a great amount of hanging area for those items you want to separate out. If you decide to upgrade the closet space in your own home, be sure to follow the same rules of decor and resale that you would throughout other areas in the house.
I must admit, I am pretty darn proud of my new closet design that I just planned out and installed myself. We have a very large walk in closet, but I felt that the space was not really being utilized to its full potential. As far as storage, all we had in there was your typical cheap wire shelving with hanging space. I decided to take on the closet update project as a way to, not only make our space more pretty and organized, but also to increase the value of our home. Closet organizer ideas were certainly not hard to find, there are so many companies that offer custom products in a huge variety of finishes, colors and styles. Problem is a lot of those pieces are just so expensive that creating a whole closet out of them is way too costly for my budget.
I am certainly not a professional closet organizer, but after cleaning out and revamping my master design with custom units, I do consider myself a bit of an expert on the topic. This is my new bedroom closet that I design and installed all by myself. I did not go through one of those professional closet companies that measures, designs and installs everything for you because, honestly, they are just too expensive. I am one of the DIY kind of people that look at any project, even something like revamping my storage area with closet cabinets and such, as something I can tackle myself without hiring anybody. I learned a few things during this process that I think may be helpful for other homeowners wanting to redo their closet.
I have been coveting one of these gorgous closets by design rooms for years now. I love how custom designed closets by this company have such a luxurious feel and look like something that could be found in celebrity home. This contemporary all white design is so pretty with the sleek shiny wood cabinetry units, accent lighting to highlight the decorative pieces displayed, and a fantastic center island for folded clothes storage. The problem is the cost of custom designed closet shelving like this is just so far outside of my budget. I have been looking into alternative options that could give me a similar look without the steep price tag. Good news is that there are a ton of companies like IKEA, Lowe’s, and Target that offer closet systems that you can personalize yourself.
Installing closet storage systems is a great way to not only upgrade your home, but also to add a small luxury to spoil you and your family. I like having everything tucked away with no clutter or lose items in sight. For that reason, I much prefer units like the ones in this photo that hide the majority of clothing, shoes and accessories out of eye sight. There is small area for hanging clothes in the corner, but the rest is contained behind the beautiful panelled drawers and mirrored doors. I want to replicate this exact same look in my new walk in closet that I am in the process of designing. After browsing tons of pictures for closet ideas to inspire my own design, I have decided that this is the room that has the most elements I want to mimic.