While many vintage apartments have great old features like fireplaces and crown molding, just as many feature an absolute dearth of closet space. What is a clothes-minded person to do? Curtail fashion to prevent closet overcrowding? Never! Instead, bring the the clothes out of the closet and into a wardrobe.

Veer Grey Wardrobe from CB2 — A simple modern design that's gotten positive reviews by CB2 customers. $899
Alpha Sliding Door Wardrobe from Wayfair — A sliding door wardrobe would be ideal for a small space where a swinging door might now work. $1591
ducduc Austin 6-Drawer Armoire from AllModern — With 6 drawers and a space for hanging clothes, this piece is an all-in-one closet plus dresser alternative. $1650
Nuvox Wardrobe from Modani — The frosted glass gives this wardrobe a modern edge and also lightens up what might otherwise be a very heavy piece. $1790
Paneled Armoire from West Elm — The panels on this armoire evoke dresser drawers but surprise, they're actually doors. $999
HEMNES Wardrobe from IKEA — If all the other options are a little out of your price range, leave it to IKEA to swoop in with this cheaper alternative. $399
Maison Armoire from Restoration Hardware — Restoration Hardware took inspiration from late-18th-century French furnishings for their take on the wardrobe. $1995
Delano Armoire from Room & Board — The simple styling of this wardrobe would fit right in to a modern bedroom. $1799

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