The 12 Best Wardrobes for Every Style and Budget

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When the dresser drawers are overflowing and the closets are packed, a freestanding wardrobe is a creative option that will give you extra storage space. Once considered antiquated, this classic piece of furniture is making a major comeback. Gone are the days when a wardrobe was the furniture heirloom that no one wanted. With designs available in every size, finish, style, and texture, the options are endless—and so is the storage space. An added bonus, modern wardrobes are often multifunctional, providing features that allow it to double as a media console or kitchen pantry.

Here, our favorite wardrobes for your living space.

Lorelie Cabinet

Lorelie Cabinet

Courtesy of Ballard Designs

The Lorelie Cabinet is not only pretty, but it’s also multi-functional. Made of mango wood, which is known to be durable and water-resistant, the decorative exterior features a hand-stenciled tile motif. The interior of the cabinet has adjustable shelves, cord management, and a hanging bar, making it a great storage cabinet for just about anything.

Circulous Cabinet

Circulous Cabinet

 Courtesy of Crate and Barrel

Large, imperfect circles adorn the outside of this unique wardrobe, which is appropriately named the Circulous Cabinet. The circles have a hand-drawn look, and each wardrobe has its own motif, meaning that no two pieces are exactly alike. The white birch finish and iron base give this artisan-made cabinet a more updated feel.

Astoria Wardrobe

Astoria Wardrobe

 Courtesy of CB2

Designed by Ceci Thompson, the Astoria Wardrobe is a functional piece of furniture with au-courant design details. Modern and chic, this glossy white cabinet is accentuated by brass accents. Additionally, the brass-finished steel base accentuates the modern lines of this piece. With a fixed shelf and a removable brass rod, this wardrobe is also highly versatile.

Wallace Cane and Oak Armoire

Wallace Cane and Oak Armoire

 Courtesy of Anthropologie

Double doors, delicate brass hardware, and a finely arched silhouette give the Wallace Cane and Oak Armoire a vintage feel that's hard to replicate. Reminiscent of another era, this tall, elegant cabinet has an interior shelf and hanging bar that's perfect for storing clothing.

Stinson Armoire

Stinson Armoire

 Courtesy of Horchow

If you're looking for a handcrafted piece that will stand out from the rest, this wood armoire from Horchow fits the bill. The painted door panels create a visually stunning pattern that will be a focal point of any room. With five shelves total (four adjustable shelves and one stationary shelf) and a back panel that allows for wire management, the Stinson Armoire is a multi-functional piece that can be used for a wide range of items.

Manhattan Comfort Gramercy Freestanding Wardrobe

A midnight blue finish and sleek brass handles make the Manhattan Comfort Gramercy Freestanding Wardrobe a classic piece with a touch of glamour. This freestanding closet is made from engineered wood and comes with rods for hanging clothing plus drawers and shelves for storing folded garments. No piece of clothing will be left behind!

Mid-Century Chifforobe

Mid-Century Chifforobe

Courtesy of West Elm 

The Mid-Century Chifforobe looks like it came straight out of a vintage store with its rich finish and thin, tapered legs. This deceptively spacious wardrobe is composed of five drawers and a cabinet with a hanging rod— enough to host a closet full of clothing. Although this wardrobe is vintage in appearance, it's modern in its functionality.

Moro Armoire

Moro Armoire

 Courtesy of Room & Board

Made in Vermont from maple hardwood, the Moro Armoire from Room & Board has a minimalist design with maximum space. The Japanese inspired wardrobe has sliding doors with solid wood band detailing that open to reveal an interior shelving unit. The armoire comes in a range of wood finishes, easily fitting almost any decor.

Casa Florentina Louis XVI Armoire

Casa Florentina Louis XVI Armoire

 Courtesy of Ballard Designs

The Casa Florentine Louis XVI Armoire is a piece that will be passed down for generations. This made to order armoire is crafted in Italy of solid hardwood and then distressed by hand. Fluted side rails, medallion accents, and bulb feet all add character to this elegant piece. Three adjustable shelves and floating back panels provide extra storage space for clothing or electronics.

St. James Armoire

St. James Armoire

 Courtesy of Restoration Hardware

Stately, architectural, and handsome, the St. James Armoire from Restoration Hardware will trick guests into thinking this piece is a family heirloom that's been passed down for generations. It boasts hand-carved cornices with delicate dentil molding and sandblasted wood throughout. No matter which finish you choose, this armoire is a timeless piece that will become the focal point of any room.

Greyleigh Riddleville Armoire

Greyleigh Riddleville Armoire

 Courtesy of Wayfair

Modern farmhouse, industrial, country, or contemporary, this armoire can work with a range of styles. The Greyleigh Riddleville Armoire has clean lines and a distressed oak finish, giving it both a modern and rustic appeal. Outfitted with two shelves, a clothing rod, and a lower drawer, it’s also a practical option with plenty of storage space.

Playlist Antique Mirrored Armoire Wardrobe

Playlist Antique Mirrored Armoire Wardrobe

 Courtesy of Zin Home

Vintage and contemporary meet in the Playlist Antique Mirrored Armoire Wardrobe from Zin Home. This unique wardrobe has bi-fold antique mirrored doors and offers plenty of storage space. The spacious interior boasts two adjustable wood shelves, two fixed shelves, three tray drawers, and a power outlet (it can accommodate up to a 51-inch wide TV).

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