Spare rooms offer endless possibilities — offices, art studios, play rooms, and for the fashionista — a luxury walk in closet. It made perfect sense to transform this corridor off the master bedroom into a clothing hub as the home already provided a guest room, had no requisites for a nursery, and was in need of a space that could welcome an ever-increasing wardrobe.
Not only does this space provide practical measures for organization, it is a marvelous display of lights and glass — a sanctuary, even. The room is a private retreat where the owner can relax while surrounded by her favorite things. It provides a place to momentarily slip away and meditate or regroup. Creative use of shoe cubbies organize all the small clutch purses, while larger handbags are stored behind glass doors against the far wall. Additionally, the glass cabinet doors cover all of the shoe storage spaces, giving the closet the look of a small room covered in wall-to-wall built ins rather than a cluttered storage space.