Designing a custom dressing room will dramatically improve the organization and beauty of any home. A custom dressing room is basically an entire area (either a single room or multiple rooms) that is designed to be a personal staging area for creating customized wardrobe ensembles. These special rooms can also serve as a personal sanctuary where daily stress is replaced with beauty and tranquility.
The most impressive custom dressing rooms always include five areas of customization:
The cabinetry of a custom dressing room is what makes the space beautiful and elegant. Cabinetry surrounds hanging sections, drawers, and shelving areas. Dressing room cabinetry also involves decorative molding and drawer faces. Cabinetry is also the framework behind the organization design of the dressing room. For example, a center island can be a gorgeous piece of furniture that reiterates the room’s motif while also being an amazing place to store jewelry, undergarments, sunglasses, and even priceless valuable.
Cabinetry finishes can be designed with matte, high gloss, solids, and even wood grains. Some common wood species people use in custom dressing rooms include:
Some of the classic dressing room cabinetry styles include:
Custom lighting elements are what truly create the “sparkle” and “wow” factor inside a custom dressing room. Skillful use of lighting helps to take advantage of the size and shape of these large rooms by calling attention to specific clothing items or personal possessions.
Great custom dressing rooms incorporate ayers of lighting, so that the room is comfortable to the eyes from every vantage point while also correctly illuminating a variety of personal possessions. The best way to create layered lighting look is to focus on these lighting layers and in this order:
Highlighting walls and floors is one of the best ways to add glamor to your custom dressing room. Designers emphasize these areas because the are the largest surface areas of most dressing rooms. These surfaces are also the first things most people see when they walk into a customized dressing room, making an instant statement.
Many people love to use hard wood floors inside their dressing rooms, especially when the floors are made from exotic or beautiful species of wood. The most common types of hardwood flooring include:
While hardwood floors really add a touch of elegance and beauty to any dressing room, they can also be a little cold especially in the early morning hours. So, another great design trick for dressing rooms is to add an area rug. Some of the most beautiful and popular rugs for dressing rooms include:
From New York to California, many people are creating custom dressing rooms that feel like private sanctuaries and boutique showrooms. One way to achieve this is by introducing a unique and personal seating area into your dressing room. Some of the best seating ideas for dressing rooms include:
Creating a dressing room that is really a personal sanctuary means it must have a personality that is defined by its owner. One way to make your custom dressing room more personalized is by introducing art or other decor that has meaning to you.There is no limit to the fun ways to make your custom dressing room more personal.Some great options for showcasing your personality include:
Each of our custom systems is completely personalized and begins with a complimentary design appointment.Schedule a Consult
During the consultation, you and your Closet Factory designer will discuss goals, desires, and budget, with the aim of designing an organization system that will: