If you’ve committed to getting more organized and cleaning out your closet, let the below transformations serve as your guide. From simply reorganizing to maximize space and efficiency, to completely redesigning and transforming a space, these before-and-afters have us freshly inspired.
In this chic and unusual dressing room, drab walls and dated paint were made over with subway tile and a vintage center island. The result? A boutique-like space fit for any fashionable man.
Head here for the full process: 47 Park Avenue
Opting for an out-in-the-open wardrobe forced Holly Marder of Avenue Lifestyle to keep her clothing and accessories in check. A high shelf displays baskets for items needed less often, while a nearby chest stores pajamas, T-shirts, and other less display-worthy pieces.
Head here for the full process: Avenue Lifestyle
Art director and blogger Bre Emery tackled her own disorganized, cluttered closet. Introducing shelves, baskets, dividers, and bins enabled her to keep her clothing and accessories easily accessible.
Head here for the full process: Design Love Fest
Thanks to the experts at California Closets, this messy space was transformed into a streamlined dressing room with an abundance of storage.
Head here for the full process: Camille Styles
Designer and stylist Emily Henderson takes her self-proclaimed “disaster” of a closet and, with help from Beth Ziegler of BNeato, transforms the space into a highly-functional area complete with valet rods, custom shoe storage, and accessory hooks.
Head here for the full process: Emily Henderson