With the growing popularity of design-inspired closets, designers have come up with their own ways to make them, from the humble to the elaborate.
Whether it’s a basic, a full-blown design or a little more elaborate, there’s no wrong way to go about it.
Here are a few tips for making your closet look and feel like a masterpiece, no matter what your style.1.
Create the right materialsThe first step is to create the right fabric, a material that can withstand harsh weather.
For example, if your closet has a low ceiling, you may want to consider a fabric that has a high-density, stretchy fabric like wool or cotton.
The same goes for a high ceiling, or if your space has large windows, you might want to make sure the fabric has a soft feel to it, which can help it retain its shape over time.2.
Choose the right sizeThe next step is choosing the right height for your fabric, which is essential if you’re going to do it right.
Taller fabrics tend to make a more noticeable difference, which might mean you need to cut your fabric short and then add another piece at the top to achieve a better fit.
For taller fabrics, cut the fabric shorter.3.
Choose your right finishSome of the best-looking closets aren’t just the color and fabric.
You need to look to the finishing, too.
If you’re not sure which fabrics you need, look up a designer and see what their style looks like.
The most important thing is to make it look the right way.
You don’t want to overdo it.4.
Select the right colorIt’s the last step.
You’ll want to choose the right shade of color, which means choosing a fabric to go with it.
If the colors aren’t consistent, you can try different shades of fabric, like white and grey, or add a little bit of color to the fabric.
The key is to go as bold as you can.5.
Make the perfect fitFor the best results, try a single piece at a time.
This will allow you to make every part of the closet feel seamless.
If your fabric isn’t quite right, go back and look at your measurements to find a better size.
You might want a slightly smaller size if you want to be able to put a bit of extra fabric on the front, for example.6.
Create a design with a few simple rulesIf you want something to stand out in the crowd, make a few design guidelines to help you get it right:No patternNo graphic patterns or text on the fabricNo graphic lines or lines on the back of the fabric or sides of the hemNo patterned stripes or linesOn the front:Make sure you use the same fabric for all parts of your closetThe color of the pieces can help give your pieces a unique look, too:Red: A white fabric, with a subtle hint of red or goldRed: Black or dark redBlack: A black fabric, not much color but a hint of black, with subtle hints of goldRed/brown: A brown fabric, darker brown than white, with light red and hints of brownOn the back: Make sure you add a touch of contrast to the pieces to give them a bold, futuristic lookNo patterns or lines, no text or graphic patternsRed/grey: A grey fabric, without any red or grey color or patterns.
Grey: A dark grey fabric with hints of grey, with hints not of grey or black.
Pink: A pink fabric with a pinkish hue and a hint, or subtle hint, of pink.
Black: Contrasting colors, or a black and white striped fabric, or bothPink: Contrasted color, or with hints, of blue, grey or a hintPink: Black and white, or two black and one white stripesPink: Two black and two white stripesRed/purple: A purple fabric, more red than grey.
Purple: Contrasty colors, with an edge or edge of red.
Purp: Contrastful color, with no edge or edgesPurple/pink: A deep purple fabric with subtle purple, a hint or a touch, or an edge.
Black/black: Contrast colors, a deep black, a bit more red, or contrasting with dark red.
Black, grey, and white: A solid black, grey and white fabric.
Black or dark grey: Contrast or a dark grey or dark black fabric.
Gray: A light grey or white fabric with some grey, black or a slight hint of grey.
Black and white or two grey or one white: Contrast in either color.
Blue: A blue fabric with either white or grey.
Grey/brown or grey/brown/brown-brown: Contrast gray or brown.
Dark grey: A darker grey than normal.
Brown: Contrast with dark brown.
Black (dark brown): Contrast with black.Black on