It's safe to say that we harbor envy towards any closet space that's over 3 feet wide (luckily the closets in our soon-to-be home are an upgrade). And while Jennifer's walk-in closet is above and beyond what is realistic for us, there are some great decor elements going on in her space. Choosing dark paint make the clothes and shoes stand out. It also helps the space seem less busy and Jennifer can focus on what to wear for the day.
White is a great accent color when paired with darker walls. The white appears whiter and makes the closet feel classic and crisp.
Strategic display of jewelry gives the smallest hint of a bright color and adds a playful, fun element to the room.
Use hooks or a display rack for easy access to accessories. Having purses and scarves arranged in the open means you'll more likely to incorporate them into your outfit.
Mix in mirrors (hang a floor length mirror on the back of a door or place one next to your closet). Not only will it make the space appear larger, you'll be able to try on outfits with ease.
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(Images: Lil Miss Cupcake)