Wardrobes are an integral part of any bedroom. As a unit, they take up a fair amount of area and are used every single day. But even everyday objects can look beautiful! Styling and designing a wardrobe to suit the rest of one’s room can really determine the eventual look of the space! Here’s Houzify’s picks for some cool wardrobe designs:


Neutral Closets


Neutral coloured closets are a safe bet for closet designs that occupy the majority of wall space in a bedroom. These closets by M and P Architects, Nitido Design and in the home of Ratnakar Shetty can easily be placed in rooms with either earthy undertones or in a plainly coloured, polished space. Wooden bedroom furniture complimented by a wooden closet will only help accentuate the wholeness of the room. Wood always helps in adding texture to the space, so there is no need to worry about having a drab or plain looking room!


Splash of Colour


Bedrooms tend to go down one of two paths – clean and simply done or elaborate with a lot of colour and detail. If your bedroom is of the former type and you are looking to throw in a bit of colour, it might be a good idea to use your wardrobe to do so! These Amit Heri and Muse Lab closets do the perfect job. They immediately add a pop of colour to the space without distorting the clean lines and polished look of the space.


Patterns and Design


Patterned wardrobes are becoming very popular these days and for good reason! Closets like the one in Kamna Kaul’s home can help add just the right amount of detail through traditional patterns presented in a contemporary design, thus making it easy to integrate it into the space. On the other hand, the closet from Carton Braganza’s home using assorted fabrics and cushioning can help add a lot of texture to a Victorian style room.


Walk-in Closets


Walk-in closets may be a part of one’s bedroom (if you’re lucky enough), but can really be considered as a separate space in themselves. Again, it may be safe to go with a clean and neutral look for the walk in because that makes it easier to integrate into the overall look of the bedroom. These walk in designs from The Working Ants, A & S Design and Neha Doshi are perfect examples of how to style the walk in space as an independent unit but also allow it to remain a part of the bedroom.



The next time you’re standing in front of your wardrobe wondering what would be most appropriate for that important meeting, that special date, or a night on the town, we hope the space holding all your vainest secrets is a beautiful, trendy, efficient space in itself! We hope you liked our wardrobe collection! Watch this space for more of Houzify’s top picks!