Monday, 4 October 2010

My Type of Wardrobe


Julie over at Shelter posted this wardrobe a little while ago and I must say I do love it. The thing I really like about it is that it has a combination of useful and lovely-looking pieces of furniture instead of very expensive cabinetry. I would so desperately love to create something like this in a room at home considering I am currently using the {supposed-to-be} linen cupboard for my collection of bags.

9 comments:

Faux Fuchsia said...

All those lovely matching coat hangers warm my heart.

I embrace a a very strict Joan Crawford Style Zero Tolerance Policy for unmatched or wire hangers.

I long for a room just for clothes and the rest of my clobber...

pve design said...

me too - I love that it looks like a "couture trunk show"~
pve

C said...

When Old world & New fangled collide! Surprisingly, what attracted me most were the smoky grey walls, such a beautiful backdrop to the pops of pink and red. Now I want to know who's the lucky owner of this closet!

Posie Patchwork said...

Does it come with someone to dress & accessorize you too?? Love Posie

FairyFiligree said...

What a coincidence - I have just posted about wardrobes and sorting out clutter.... I have been dying for a walk-in wardrobe....

Style Maniac said...

I'm always dreaming of turning my guest room into a dressiing room/closet/chic retreat much like this ... but I enjoy having guests far too much.

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Gorgeous and glam. I fell in love with the accompanying bedroom in peach and grays as well.

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nina said...

Oh i so love this wardrobe and all the things in it!! Truly inspiring!

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Lee McKenzie said...

I adore the skirted ottoman. If it has legs rather than a solid base, it would be a great place to store things in baskets.