Have you ever thought about how you feel when you step inside your closet? If you’re like most people, feelings of stress and frustration take over because you know the space could be better utilized if you had more time to tackle a walk-in closet design project. But what if we told you that the way you feel has just as much to do with the closet interior design of the space as it does with how the space functions? When your most personal space lacks any personalization, it can lead to feelings of frustration and a desire to get in and out as quickly as possible.
Now imagine stepping into your closet and just feeling your shoulders relax down and your mind clear a bit because the feelings you were going for in the design process – calm, relaxed, in control – are the feelings that the space creates. That’s the power and benefit of bringing interior closet design trends into the forgotten and frustrating space called your closet.
While an inefficient closet design impacts how you feel, a lack of personalized interior design can have just as strong of an impact. Why? Because the interior design elements of any room shape the experience you have while spending time there. The truth is that closet interior design is an afterthought for most builders because they don’t have experience in how to design a closet. New construction closets are often finished with wire shelving or basic white shelves and a bar or two to hang all your clothes. There is nothing personal about the builder package that ends up in most homes, leaving homeowners to struggle with those closets for years to come without really understanding why they don’t work. The great news is personalized closet design plans are not only possible but something you can easily incorporate into every closet throughout the home. Check out our top closet design trends to keep you organized and inspired!
Choosing on-trend walk in closet colors might be our favorite part of this process. We love the current color palettes that are bringing warm woods like New Natural into our clients’ homes. An interior design trend that offers a modern twist with the comfortable style from years gone by, you’ll love choosing earth tones like those found in our available finishes.
You can never go wrong with tried-and-true neutrals in an expanded palette that includes a subtle touch of green. And when the finish includes natural texture like you see here in Timber Grey, you get the added benefit of a beautiful material that can stand all on its own.
Find yourself wanting to choose bold colors but hesitating? Your closet should reflect who you are in the same way that the rest of your home does. So, when it’s time to design a closet space, if you love navy then go ahead and design your closet in navy!
Personality plus, choosing hardware is a game-changer in making your closet reflect who you are and the look you love. High on our list for interior design closet trends, eye-catching hardware is the easiest way to personalize your space. In love with the hardware and lighting in your new master bath? Carry that look (and that feel!) into your closet. Use a timeless metal such as gold or sleek silver for a classic sophisticated look or choose oil-rubbed bronze for a farmhouse finish you’ll be sure to love.
Another often overlooked aspect of the closet design is lighting, and just like the rest of your home, personalizing where and how much light you need in your closet will change how you feel when you’re getting ready. From task lighting designed to help you see into dark corners to a center pendant light that matches your bedroom décor, our interior design teams work with you to make sure your space is functionally and beautifully lit.
When it comes to organizational challenges, accessories like shoes and jewelry can be some of the hardest to solve. That is until you work with Inspired Closets. Passionate about shoes? An Inspired Closets Shoe Shrine® offers a dedicated space to organize every pair in any size including your favorite tall boots & high heels. Love wearing jewelry? Our space-saving jewelry pullouts keep your necklaces untangled and easy to see. Tired of tripping over dirty laundry? A convenient hamper keeps it up off the floor and out of the way.
Interior design trends do not have to stop at the closet door. Interior design is about shaping the experience you have in a space. That experience is both functional (a place for everything) and aesthetic and personal (the colors you love, the feeling you’re trying to create). Our product line is wonderfully made to address both the functional and aesthetic parts of interior design. Trend right colors, so many well-organized features, lots of hardware options, and lighting too. Each of these closet design options comes together in nearly limitless ways, creating a space that is truly reflective of you, the one who uses it every day. Your closet is your most personal space, and it should reflect who you are and what you love, and our organizational experts will work with you to create a custom closet built uniquely for you. Complete this form and we’ll be happy to reach out.
For many families, the garage is the most difficult space in the home to keep organized. Seemingly wide open where anything can go, it’s easy to overlook its primary role to house your cars and other outdoor items and instead, use it for pretty much anything you don’t know where else to store. Seasonal holiday décor, bulk shopping supplies, and mismatched shoes compete for prime real estate with sports equipment, lawn care supplies, and s...
It’s time to recognize the modern living room as the “heart of the home.” A dynamic space that supports daily waves of all kinds of activity, it’s easy to see why open concept floor plans are in such high demand. By replacing boxy floorplans with expansive grand spaces, key living space comes from blending the living room, kitchen, entryway, and dining room. And because your family’s traffic patterns pass through ...
It’s been said that home is where love resides, memories are created, friends and family belong, and laughter never ends. It’s also been said that it’s the place where toys become mountains and busy moms can feel overrun. And if your children are young, the list of things that never seem to get put away is long – puzzles, books, board games, electronic games, trains, dolls, dress-up clothes, stuffed animals, matchbox cars, ...
For busy families, December is the most wonderful (and stressful) time of the year. A constant juggling act, your schedule is packed with kid’s recitals, holiday guests, and seasonal fun while somehow making sure your home is holiday ready. And just like that, your house is divided between beautifully decorated (and clean) rooms full of holiday magic and the rest of your house operating like one giant drop-off zone full of debris.
SCHEDULE YOUR FREE CONSULTATION TODAY!
Please share your information below and one of our design consultants will be in touch within 48 hours to set-up a free in-home or virtual consultation.