Imagine if you had a walk-in-wardrobe full floor-to-ceiling with clothes and accessories. Would you still have the same problem?
I’ve scoured the web and found 34 of the most spectacular ladies wardrobes.
The only problem now is, I feel a little unsatisfied with my little closet!
Crisp and clean and seriously organised!
A mirrored heaven – an excellent design if you want to make a small room appear larger!
Another mirrored palace – I‘m loving how all the colour bounces off the mirrored surfaces!
A spacious and light design with a touch of the regal class!
The pink chaise takes pride of place in this walk-in-wardrobe.
Pretty in pastels - I do think so!
The black and pink is really striking and a fun rock N roll feel.
Candy pink and lilac, this is defiantly one for a Barbie girl.
Cool blue and systematic.
Deceptively small, but lovely all the same.
Sexy and the City’s ‘Carrie Bradshaw wardrobe’ – what I wouldn’t do to get me a Carrie wardrobe!
Mariah is well known for being a bit of a diva – so you wouldn’t expert any less from her wardrobe. Check out this closet just for her shoes and bags!
Christina Aguilera has so many shoes she needs a ladder is need to reach them!
One of my personal favourites because of the authentic vintage feel – oh and of course the cute pooch on the pouf!
Dark and sexy – the shiny black floor makes this room look seriously vampish.
A more victoria feel to this closet – the accent greens from the stunning chandelier and recliner chair goes down a treat.
This closet feels like it’d would definitely home to a quirky Brightonian – the clothes are mainly vintage and look like they all individual pieces that you wouldn’t just pick up from the high street!
By now you will have noticed I’m sneaking in a couple of celebrity wardrobes – they have the cash and they definitely now how to splash it! This is Fergie’s dressing room/closet – she's another stickler for colour-coding.
I had to throw a random one in the mix. A bit more masculine, but the monochrome look is still a winner.
Opra’s wardobe! Conventional mostly – but she’s the first to have a TV in her closet! Personally with that many clothes – a TV would as well would be a massive distraction for getting ready each day.
Eva Mendes in her shoe closet.
Kim Catrell - considering she's part of the Sex and the City ladies - this closet is surprisingly small!
For those that like to the clean uncluttered look...
The hanging wall in this design is almost like a shop display.
Light is the key with this walk-in.
Another compact but colourful walk-in.
Someone has a shoe and bag fetish!
A sneaky peek at the Paula Abudul walk in.
Delicate and feminine - with a touch of nostalgia from somewhere.
Keeping it simple and contemporary.
A good use for a long thin room or corridor.