Whether it's a walk-in closet or a dedicated room, carving out space for a home dressing room makes getting ready to face the world more efficient, enjoyable, and glamorous. Check out these stylish home dressing rooms in a range of sizes and styles that will help inspire your own boutique-inspired space.
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Hang a Chandelier
In this light and airy dressing room from Marie Flanigan Interiors, a glittery modern chandelier hanging over the central island creates a focal point. A mix of open and closed storage hides unwanted clutter while leaving plenty of display space for favorite and frequently used items.Continue to 2 of 21 below.
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Embrace Your Curves
This bespoke dressing room from BHDM Design has built-in dresser drawers and open shelving that hugs the curves of the room. Roman shades and carpeting add softness, a tall vase of branches adds a natural element, and a vintage-style pendant light anchors the central island, topped in black to match the metal grid casement windows.Continue to 3 of 21 below.
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Add Color and Pattern
This modestly proportioned galley-style dressing room from Studio Peake has a mix of open and closed storage, a top row of woven baskets to hide clutter, and a bold use of color from the zigzag runner to the upholstered pouf.Continue to 4 of 21 below.
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Display Signature Pieces
While dressing rooms tend to connote gigantic wardrobes stuffed with clothes, a dressing room can also be a simple proposition that makes getting dressed feel more intentional. In this small, all-white, light-flooded dressing room space from Leanne Ford Interiors, a slim long chest of drawers provides storage for foldable clothes and accessories, a small vintage stool provides a space to drape a jacket or sit down to unlace shoes, and a simple tension rod provides a place to display a curated collection of beige and golden-toned dresses that look just as great on a hanger as they do on you.
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In this well organized and perfectly symmetrical dressing room from Laura Cattano Organizational Design, open shelving backlit with LED lighting creates an at-home boutique feel.Continue to 6 of 21 below.
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Install a Three-Way Mirror
This luxurious bespoke home dressing room from Heather Hilliard Design has the air of a boutique with its sleek built-in shelving, plush seating area, and department store-style three-way mirror.Continue to 7 of 21 below.
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Add a Waterfall Island
This Tulsa, Oklahoma dressing room from Mel Bean Interiors has wrap-around, floor-to-ceiling storage for clothes, shoes, and accessories, and a large waterfall island in a dramatic stone pattern that creates a focal point.Continue to 8 of 21 below.
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Create a Neutral Base
Blond wood U-shaped built-ins and beige carpeting create a neutral backdrop in this dressing room from Marie Flanigan Interiors that allows the pastel rainbow of dress shirts to take center stage.Continue to 9 of 21 below.
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Green the Walls
This serene dressing room from Candace Mary Interiors has dark green walls that match the adjoining primary bedroom. Tall white painted wardrobes with Shaker fronts and gold-toned hardware are echoed on the central island chest of drawers. A pendant light with a fabric shade softens the light, and a large standing mirror by the window provides a place to check your outfit before you walk out the door.Continue to 10 of 21 below.
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Customize Your Shoe Shelf
In this dressing room from Marie Flanigan Interiors, a custom-built wall has shoe storage for flats and heels that runs from the ceiling, and a bottom shelf that accommodates tall boots.
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Use Black Storage Units
This streamlined Miami beach dressing room from House of One has soft gray walls and light wood floors, but the open shelving and furniture are black, the perfect foil for a colorful wardrobe of multi-hued shirts and footwear.Continue to 12 of 21 below.
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This dressing room from BHDM Design channels retro elegance with traditional furniture, shades of cream, and brass accents.Continue to 13 of 21 below.
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Wrap the Walls
Gray grasscloth walls and a low pile carpet give this Tulsa, Oklahoma dressing room from Mel Bean Interiors a well tailored look. A narrow dresser is pushed against the back wall, where a round brass-framed mirror adds light and dimension. Matching upholstered stools provide space for putting on shoes.Continue to 14 of 21 below.
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Add Mirror Doors
Mirror-front closet doors bounce around light from the opposite window and help double the space visually in this small but fully optimized dressing room from Erin Williamson Design.Continue to 15 of 21 below.
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Erect a Trophy Wall
This dressing room in a contemporary New Jersey home from Gray Space Interiors has a high window for natural light, a frameless leaning wall mirror, a blingy gold table/bench, and a custom-built wall of open shelving that celebrates a vast collection of colorful sneakers.
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Blogger Ursula Carmona of Home Made By Carmona converted a spacious primary bedroom closet into a stylish dressing room decorated with bird-patterned wallpaper, shelving for shoes and accessories, a dresser, and gilded accessories.Continue to 17 of 21 below.
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Light the Baseboards
In this spacious dressing room from Chango & Co., custom lighting on the bottom of the central island creates the impression that it is virtually floating in the middle of the room.Continue to 18 of 21 below.
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Include a Window Seat
This dressing room from Britt Design Studio is a grown-up Barbie fantasy with its soft pink walls, blown glass bubble pendant light, copious built-in storage, and a window seat under the arched window that turns it into a place to hang out with friends drinking Champagne before a big night out.Continue to 19 of 21 below.
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Revamp a Walk-In Closet
Casa Watkins Living turned a large walk-in closet into a mini dressing room, adding floor-to-ceiling shelving to maximize space, and rods for clothing, shoes, and accessories. A Persian-style runner, a gold-rimmed mirror that reflects natural light from the bedroom window, and a thrift store rattan chair makes it feel like a secret room.Continue to 20 of 21 below.
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Keep It Open
This bright all-white dressing room from Leanne Ford Interiors uses simple open shelving and a hanging rod to display clothing, shoes, and accessories, and a sparkly chandelier and a few colorful photographs to add some embellishment. This set-up would work either in a dressing room or along one wall of a bedroom for those who enjoy keeping their affairs in order and like looking at their wardrobe.
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Leave Some Room
Interior designer Alvin Wayne maximized vertical space with floor-to-ceiling open shelving that provides storage with room to spare, making clothing and accessories visible and creating an uncluttered feel. The soft, warm brown and beige tones of the room and wardrobe create a serene neutral backdrop for dressing up or winding down at the end of a long day.