Thursday, 22 September 2016

|| WARDROBE | CLOSET | one

INSPIRATION: chic designer boutiques; luxury interiors; contemporary penthouse apartments; minimal luxe; luxury living    

KEY ELEMENTS: concealed, spot and ambient lighting; co-ordinated fittings; display shelving; white, black and a hint of blush pink; feminine glamour
Above image: Poliform Ubik wall panel system open shelves with hanging rails |minimal white drawer storage 
Above image: Poliform open shelves with hanging rails |minimal white drawer storage 
Above images: 1.Adalmina's Secret the iconic and stylish walk in wardrobe of Anna Katri  2.MyWhiteObsession freestanding clothes rail minimal chic of interior stylist Veronica Kletenska 3.Tamira Jarrel's fabulous photography: black and white chic Chanel rose 4.Ikea Boomerang shoulder shaper in white and hanger in natural 
Above image: Less is more wardrobe in white and pale wood similar to the Ikea Pax system with sliding door 
Above image: Go Modern Jesse walk in wardrobe in satin white
Above image: Poliform style: Madison clean contemporary lines | wardrobe  
Above images: 1.MyWhiteObsession glamorous chic styling for a dressing room using candles and black and white photographs 2.Dall'Agnese quilted white leather pouf with chrome base 3.Ikea Bumerang hangers in white wood 4.Stylizimo freestanding clothing rack and unique styling of Nina Holst and her walk-in closet 5.MaMaisonBlanche chic black and white styling from the walk-in wardrobe of Sarka
Above image: StyleMBA styling tips for floating shelving from Sara Azani
Above images: 1.@fregnate instagram minimal white walk-in wardrobe using the Ikea Pax system and the black wall mirror is similar to the Mongstad Ikea 2.MyWhiteObsession instagram chic of interior stylist Veronica Kletenska 3. Ikea Stajlig white wire hangers 4.MyWhiteObsession chic feminine styling of interior stylist Veronica Kletenska's home 5. Stylizimo blush pink accents for accessory storage by Sarak at MaMaisonBlanche 
Above image:Tamira Jarrel's fabulous photography: glamorous Dyptique mimosa candle and box similar to the fabulous Net-a-Porter packaging 

For more information on anything shown in the above images please click on the names under each photograph to go through to their web sites. I create my mood boards/colour palettes with a computer programme called Photoshop by Adobe which is available for both Apple Mac and PC computers.

As always, if I have featured your photograph and you would rather I didn't, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will remove it with my sincerest apologies. 

With warmest wishes
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