build the closet of your dreams— even if it’s not a walk-in (yet)

The de­sign guru be­hind our own wardrobe space of dreams (#ELLECanadaCloset) shares her ad­vice. Over to you, Chris­tine Dovey.

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When your stu­dio apart­ment comes with floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows but no ac­tual

closet. “In­vest in a dec­o­ra­tive cloth­ing or hang­ing rack to or­ga­nize and dis­play your favourite clothes. Mix and match dif­fer­ent colours and tex­tures for an eclec­tic look, or colour co­or­di­nate for a cu­rated de­sign.” When you have to share closet space with your bet­ter half, whose suit col­lec­tion ri­vals that of Tom Ford. “To save space and dis­play ac­ces­sories beau­ti­fully, stack float­ing shelves up the wall or opt for an an­tique-style cabi­net.” When you have a walk-in with Kar­dashian-closet po­ten­tial but you don’t have the skills to trans­form it into an oa­sis. “If you’ve got the space, use it! A fem­inine set­tee or floor­length mir­ror will turn your closet into a next-level dress­ing room and is essen­tial for try­ing on your lat­est finds!”

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