Closets We Love: 4 Organized Spaces Worth Checking Out

Be inspired to purge and keep the last pair of pants in place

Photography: Miguel Nacianceno and Dairy Darilag (Main Photos)

It feels great to daydream about opening a door that leads to a well-maintained space with all your shoes, dresses, and other clothes lined up neatly.

You can actually achieve an organized and functional closet at home! An available space, drawers, shelves, cabinets, and quality hangers are just some of the things that you need to look into. No extra space at home? No worries! You can transform a part of your bedroom into a semi-closet space—just remember to keep it clean always and make it a habit to return unused clothes where you got them.

Looking for design ideas? Here are just some of the closets that we love and consider as perfect pegs:

This space proves that you don't really need a huge area to be able to achieve an organized closet. Invest in sturdy materials and don't scrimpt on boxes! Maximize the drawers by grouping your pieces accordingly. To add a cozy vibe to any space, you can never go wrong with wooden elements and touches.

Photo by Marc Jao.

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Do you want to see all of your clothes and accessories at a glance? Opt for open cabinets and shelves. Translate the theme of the home in the closet with a few chosen details. Since this home showcases a tropical style, the walk-in closet also highlights a wooden ceiling—similar to the one found in the bedroom.

Photo by Dairy Darilag.

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Dressing up can be fun and choosing the right set of clothes per day can be a breeze if you have an open space where you can move around freely. This area gives the homeowners enough room to try on different pairings plus a comfy seating piece where they can sit while putting on shoes.

Photo by Miguel Nacianceno.

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A narrow space can be transformed into a functional area like this closet found in a loft-type home. To maximize the available space, both walls were lined with shelves and cabinets. 

Aside from clothes, you can also keep your shoes and accessories here. If you have a similar closet situation, keep it free from clutter to avoid a cramped space. Make sure it's well-ventilated and well-lit so you won't feel claustrophobic.

Photo by Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions.

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