50 Most Popular Traditional Closet Design Ideas For 2019

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The designs and style of closets depend on your option. You can surely find closet designs made of wood, plastic or even steel.

If you have a good budget and interested in the beautiful wood closets designs then you might get interested in the closet designs made from different woods like maple, mahogany, pine and more.

If you like it light then you can as easily buy closet designs made of plastic, wire or metal. If you want inspiration for planning a traditional closet remodel or are building a designer closet from scratch, these photos of most popular traditional closet design ideas from the best designers, decorators, and architects will really inspire you.

Traditional Closet Design Ideas
French Country European Style Home – Traditional Closet, Detroit

This incredible closet is custom in every way. It was designed to meet the specific needs and desires of our client. The cabinetry was slightly distressed, glazed and load with extensive detail.

The rolling ladder moves around entire closet for upper storage. Several pull out and slide out shelves, scarf racks, hanger racks and custom storage accessories were included in the design.

A custom dresser with upper glass cabinets along with built-in hamper are also included. It wouldn’t be complete without a vertical, tilted shoe rack.

Ceiling painted in a rich robin’s egg blue with sparkle additive sets this closet apart from any other. The custom upholstered storage bench with pillows at the end of the room and crystal chandelier finishes this room beautifully.



Traditional Closet Design By G. Terbrock Luxury Homes
Traditional Closet Design By G. Terbrock Luxury Homes

Traditional Closet Design in San Francisco
Traditional Closet Design in San Francisco
Traditional Closet Design By Closet Factory Richmond
Traditional Closet Design By Closet Factory Richmond
Traditional Closet Design By Leveille Home Improvement Consultants, Inc.
Traditional Closet Design By Leveille Home Improvement Consultants, Inc.

From two unused attic spaces, we built 2 walk-in closets, a walk-in storage space, a full bathroom, and a walk-in linen closet. Each closet boasts 15 linear feet of shoe storage, 9 linear feet for hanging clothes, 50 cubic feet of drawer space, and 20 cubic feet for shelf storage.


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