8 Of The Chicest Luxury Closet Spaces On Instagram

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Nothing screams luxury like a well-designed closet, and with customized interior design getting more and more popular, customized closets have become a must-have for many homeowners. Long gone are the days when closets were just a place to store shoes and clothing. These days, luxury closets look a lot more like dressing rooms, complete with gorgeous lighting, stylish furniture, and even customized vanities and cabinetry. Here are a few of our favorite closet designs from Instagram.

Looking Up

This fashionable closet features stark white furniture, carpet and cabinetry, but what really stands out are the accents on the ceiling. An ornate and modern chandelier adds to the look, as do the mirrors that line every closet door.

The Minimalist

This streamlined look stays neutral with light wood cabinets and doors, as well as a well-matched central island unit for jewelry and accessories. The neutral look is complemented by beige-toned lighting and decor.

Dress the Rainbow

To take your closet look to the next level, emulate this homeowner by keeping your closet open and showcasing all the colors of your wardrobe. Arrange your clothing by color to create an eye-catching statement.

Display the Goods

Just WOW! ? Some #closetinspo from @the_fox_group_ ? A post shared by Sequin Sky (@sequin_sky) on

When you have invested in a luxury wardrobe, your pieces speak for themselves. Handbags and shoes are verifiable works of art — showcase them with custom lighting and paneling. Of course, an ornate chandelier adds to the elegance as well.

Think Pink

If you're all about the pink tones, why not carry that personality through to your closet? Glam it up with a look like this one, which makes stylish use of the world's most playful color.

Pops of Personality

Of course, closets aren't just about design... They can also show off your personality. This homeowner used her closet space to display some of her favorite things. Posters of your favorite celebrities, tasteful knick knacks, or a desk space for personal use are all fantastic touches.

No Nonsense

Live your best life, and start with your closet #staysharp

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Closets don't have to be all frills. This more serious-looking space uses grey tones, wood and clean lines to keep the space looking masculine.

Dark and Light

While a light, open and airy space is perhaps more common, dark tones can also be stunning in a closet space. Rich wood tones and deep-colored accents make this closet look posh and refined. Use ample lighting to display your favorite items.

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