My Master Closet Design

When we bought our house in 2013, it had very large his and hers master closets with very little design. Our closets were basically wide open spaces with a few shelves and lots of hanging space.

Having come from a small house in Philadelphia, we were thrilled with the walk-in closet space. But we quickly learned that these spaces were not very functional at all. We had stuff piled up on the floor, as well including all of our shoes. If we didn’t want to hang a garment, the closets offered us no where to put that garment. These closets were basically blank canvases for my husband and I to make our own.

A few years later, when we finally got settled with our babies, we called California Closets. They sent a closet designer out to our home so that we could discuss our needs and wants in our master closets. And after much deliberation and lots of measuring, the designer helped us solidify our designs so that our closet dreams could finally be realized.

While my closet still isn’t quite perfectly the way I would like it to be in terms of its contents, I am thoroughly happy with the design. I hope to share more with you as I edit my wardrobe and accumulate some more closet decor, both of which I feel as though I’ll be doing forever.

Until then, please enjoy these photos of my walk-in closet! Pin the images so that you have master closet inspiration at your fingertips if you decide to redo your own closet! xo

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