An inspiring DIY project for every woman is to build a dressing room herself. If you want a walk-in wardrobe like this one by Carrie Bradshaw, be prepared to make it.
Carrie's apartment is small and compact, but tailored to your needs as a single lady. You can do that too. Take a look around. What can you change in your home so that it adapts better to your lifestyle? If you are also a party girl and proud owner of numerous evening dresses, then you definitely need a dressing room.
Like every project, it starts with an inspiring idea and a plan for its realization. Let's start from the first step and go in search of fresh inspiration.
Think of the clothes racks and the shoe racks in your future dressing room
If you do not have a separate room that can turn you into a walk-in closet, then you can separate some area from your bedroom instead. Use a room divider. Below you can see a great example of this. The room divider is here an open wardrobe on wheels, which is placed behind the bed and also plays the role of a bed headboard.
Open wardrobe in the bedroom
Design a walk-in closet in the attic room
Fashion icons as inspiration on the wall
Not necessarily you should buy many new or expensive furniture. On a tight budget you can also build a dressing room yourself. Be creative and think across! Look what you can do with a stack of fashion magazines and two leather belts.
Build a small side table yourself
A wall mirror with light sources on the side will give your dressing room a special charm.
Simple and stylish in white
Place value on the wall design in your dressing room. Hang inspirational pictures or fashion illustrations.
Build a dressing table yourself
Lattice wardrobe - a quirky idea, right?
Jewelry storage can also be easily and simply created. In the photo here plastic boxes and kitchen paper holders are used. You can convert hooks and old picture frames into chain stands.
Creating order in the dressing room
Make jewelry storage yourself
Tailor's doll as a wall of inspiration
Having a niche would be great if you want to build a dressing room. Attach the wardrobe systems directly to the wall and hide them behind a curtain.
Wardrobe behind curtains
Practical storage ideas on little living space
Storage boxes made of plastic or rattan possible
Open wardrobe in the hallway
Make yourself smart and go party!