Ever since I saw Olivia Palermo's TriBeca apartment, I was inspired! Especially by her wardrobe. Not only does she have the most amazing pieces, but also the layout and design of the wardrobe itself is impeccable.
I have been inspired to look for ideas and precedents for my own dream walk in wardrobe. It has definitely occured to me that I want to change one of the spare rooms in the house into my new clothes, shoes, bags accessories room!
Here are some inspirational images that I have gathered to gain a bit of perspective as to how or what to look into for wardrobe design...
I love printed rugs and sparkles, however there is something about the simplicity of white furniture and minimal decorative features that just have a relaxing demure to any environemnt. PS. LOVE the LV Deauville!
Aren't the storage baskets adorable in this wardrobe?? Always looking for alternative storage tips, i have way too many things! Look below at all those delicious Chanel bags! I dream that I will grow a collection like this one day, perfectly arranged as a baggaholic center piece.
I really like the idea of trying to glam up a small space with an elegant chandelier, hence why this image is in the mix.
Realistically, this is the size of wardrobe i am working with, good to see the space is being used efficiently and with all those shelves and racks there is no clutter!
I hope you are as inspired as I am, to finish off with this gorgeous photo of a french style mirror sitting elegantly among a subtle palette of couture gowns.