Closet styles come and go, so it’s important to stay on top of the latest trends when you’re undertaking the project of getting one made for your room. How you use your space is entirely up to you; whether it’s simply to extend your storage or to add a statement walk-in closet, its design can make a big impact on your aesthetic.
Remember, the best functional and stylish closets are made, not built! By familiarizing yourself with closet trends, you can have the closet space of your dreams in no time. To help you out, here are four trendy closet tips to remember when planning the next closet design of your room with Habitat by Aeon:
1. Extra Space Makes an Extra Stylish Closet
Is there an extra room in your house that isn’t being used much? It’s a good opportunity to clear that space up and make way for a new walk-in closet. If you’ve always wanted a walk-in closet but haven’t had the chance to build it right into the bedroom, then using a separate room can be an even better alternative with more space to experiment with. Take your time designing this space with the right organizational system, installations, and furniture pieces, like an island or a couple of ottomans. Spare rooms aren’t the only space you can convert into a walk-in closet. You can also transform your underused attic into a very spacious closet that will be marvellous to walk
into to look through your selection of clothes, shoes, and accessories.
2. Use Muted or Understated Colours
Stylish closets often have very bold colours and patterns, but keep in mind that you’re going to be spending a lot of time staring at the interior of your closet space as you choose what to wear. A bright magenta or cerulean may look beautiful from afar but may turn out to be quite glaring after a while. To make the most of a Habitat by Aeon design for interiors, choose from a selection of neutral colours like gray, off-white, or beige with complementary accents for a sophisticated look. If you want to add a bit more colour, consider earth tones as it will blend seamlessly with your home while still standing out.
3. Make Your Hardware Pop
With neutral colours on the walls, you have free reign to design furniture, finishings, and all other hardware in your closet to your liking—just make sure the colours don’t clash! For instance, gold is a gorgeous accent colour for a white interior. You can apply this to your brackets, handles, doorknobs, racks, stands, and so much more. It’s also a great way to add a bit of personality to your closet.
4. Consider Door Fronts and Textures to Add Style
Using texture is another way to add a bit more flair to your closet. It gives a bit more life to the room without having to revamp the entire area. For instance, you might want to add a synthetic rug in the center of the closet space. It can complement the white walls and gold accents while adding a touch more detail with its texture.
To give your closet a real entrance, look for custom sliding doors near you. Installing door fronts for your cabinets in the closet will also give your closet a more cohesive look. Clear or fluted glass doors can really elevate your space and showcase your clothes in the best way possible.
Closing in Style
Taking the time to design, develop, and build a closet with style takes a good knowledge of the trends in interior design as well as a good team of designers and architects that know how to combine the two seamlessly. Trends are popular for a reason, but an expert eye and design can elevate your closet even further. Choosing the elements that suit you best will ensure that you have a closet space that you always look forward to walking into time and time again. Are you looking for high-class bespoke closet design ideas from experts in the industry? Habitat by Aeon manages installation and designs for premium residential, multi-family, condominium, and hospitality projects. Our Italian designers create personalized designs depending on the client’s taste and the space available. Visit our showroom and view our products today!