Storage and Wardrobe Design Ideas

Home Renovation
Home Renovation
Sophie Tomaras
Photography by Capital Image
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary gender-neutral walk-in wardrobe in Melbourne with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, light hardwood floors and brown floor.
Essendon House
Essendon House
DW Architects and Interiors
Photo of a large contemporary gender-neutral dressing room in Melbourne with open cabinets, black cabinets, medium hardwood floors and recessed.
Hampton 490 Display
Hampton 490 Display
Long Island Homes
This is an example of a contemporary storage and wardrobe in Melbourne.
Waverley Project
Waverley Project
Design Artistry
Design ideas for a contemporary gender-neutral dressing room in Sydney with open cabinets, light wood cabinets, carpet and beige floor.
Bentleigh Project
Bentleigh Project
Cranberry Design
Creating the perfect space for our client's treasures was a huge part of the design brief for this Bentleigh home.
Photo of a mid-sized contemporary women's walk-in wardrobe in Melbourne with open cabinets, medium wood cabinets, carpet and grey floor.
KYEEMAGH
KYEEMAGH
QUANTUM BUILT
Design ideas for a contemporary storage and wardrobe in Sydney.
THE GLASSHOUSE
THE GLASSHOUSE
iSpace Solutions
Design ideas for a contemporary storage and wardrobe in Sydney.
P R O J E C T  M U R P H Y  S T R E E T
P R O J E C T M U R P H Y S T R E E T
Coco Camellia
Design ideas for a scandinavian women's walk-in wardrobe in Melbourne with carpet and grey floor.
Port Melbourne Residence
Port Melbourne Residence
MR.MITCHELL
Photo of a mid-sized contemporary walk-in wardrobe in Melbourne with open cabinets, dark wood cabinets, carpet and orange floor.
Neutral Bay project by March Twice interiors
Neutral Bay project by March Twice interiors
Ryan Linnegar Photography
Photo of a scandinavian storage and wardrobe in Sydney.
Mugga Way, RED HILL ACT
Mugga Way, RED HILL ACT
YOLK on the inside
Simple, spacious robe for two. A mixture of open and closed storage, utilising every corner.
This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary gender-neutral dressing room in Canberra - Queanbeyan with open cabinets, medium wood cabinets, carpet and grey floor.
Fourth Avenue - Mondo Exclusive Homes
Fourth Avenue - Mondo Exclusive Homes
Crib Creative
Large contemporary gender-neutral dressing room in Perth with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, medium hardwood floors and beige floor.
Wilston House
Wilston House
Plot Architecture
Inspiration for a beach style storage and wardrobe in Brisbane.
Albert Park
Albert Park
Byrne Architects
Inspiration for a contemporary walk-in wardrobe in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, medium hardwood floors and brown floor.
Stanton Road
Stanton Road
Brett Mickan Interior Design
Thomas Dalhoff
Photo of an eclectic gender-neutral walk-in wardrobe in Sydney with white cabinets and brown floor.
Harbourview House
Harbourview House
Studio aem
Photo of a contemporary storage and wardrobe in Sydney.
Brighton East Home - Wardrobe
Brighton East Home - Wardrobe
smarterBATHROOMS+
This is an example of a large contemporary gender-neutral walk-in wardrobe in Melbourne with black cabinets, carpet, grey floor and flat-panel cabinets.
Chantilly Close, Benowa Waters
Chantilly Close, Benowa Waters
BJF Joinery
Jaime and Nathan have been chipping away at turning their home into their dream. We worked very closely with this couple and they have had a great input with the design and colors selection of their kitchen, vanities and walk in robe. Being a busy couple with young children, they needed a kitchen that was functional and as much storage as possible. Clever use of space and hardware has helped us maximize the storage and the layout is perfect for a young family with an island for the kids to sit at and do their homework whilst the parents are cooking and getting dinner ready.
The Block Alissa & Lysandra "Albert Park Project"
The Block Alissa & Lysandra "Albert Park Project"
Kitchens by CJ
Contemporary gender-neutral dressing room in Melbourne with dark wood cabinets and grey floor.
BELLEVUE  RESIDENCE
BELLEVUE RESIDENCE
In Vogue Kitchens & Joinery
Photo of a contemporary men's walk-in wardrobe in Sydney with open cabinets, grey cabinets, carpet and grey floor.
As compact urban living becomes the norm, there has become a higher demand for smart storage solutions. As a result, there are more innovative storage ideas than ever. Aside from storage baskets and shelving units, you can now install custom-made built-in wardrobes, shape-shifting storage cubes, and even concealed units.

Browse the photos on Houzz for inspiration for a wide variety of storage and wardrobe solutions, from cube storage to wall units, shoe racks and sliding doors. You’ll find walk-in wardrobes boasting spinning shoe racks, lounge chairs and display cases with lighting; as well as more simpler storage solutions like room dividers that double as storage, pull-out baskets and floating shelves.

If you decide to revamp your wardrobe or storage space, it’s important to consider whether built-ins are a suitable option. Although more expensive, shop-built and installed components are more durable and bring all of your elements together in one unit. If you can’t afford a built-in wardrobe, or if you need more storage, consider baskets, dividers, storage containers, hooks and racks to help ensure every item has a place, and opt for sliding doors to save space. A professional organiser can help you get setup.

How many cabinets should built-in wardrobes have?


The size of your built-in wardrobe should be largely dependant on how much hanging space you actually need. Just because you have a blank wall, for example, doesn’t mean it has to be filled with a large wardrobe. Position shelves above hanging space to be more ergonomic, and only add drawers if you plan on having an open wardrobe as this will add to the overall price. A dresser or chest of drawers is a better option for fold-away clothes, so long as you have the room. Shoe collections can also take up ample room in a built-in wardrobe, so consider a purpose-built cabinet or shoe racks instead.

How do I organise my wardrobe or cupboard?


With so many shoes, ties, clothes and bags to stash, wardrobe organisation is key. Use hooks, storage baskets, drawer partitions or dividers to keep your belongings in order. Storage baskets are great for storing things like belts and scarves, while shelf dividers can keep knits, jeans and shirts neatly packed away. Take pride in your shoe collection? Create a shoe storage display using a few strips of moulding mounted to the wall so you can hook your shoes. Similarly, an open robe can make your clothing a feature.

What extras can I include in my wardrobe design?


If you want a luxurious wardrobe, consider including a small sitting area with a window seat, storage ottoman, or lounge chair. You could also add a makeup vanity, complete with a jewellery box and makeup drawer. A viewing area with full-length mirrors will also make getting ready a breeze. Wardrobe lighting will bring the space to life – use display lighting to showcase your clothing, task lighting for functionality and mood lighting to set the scene.

Whether you want inspiration for planning a storage and wardrobe renovation or are building a designer storage and wardrobe from scratch, Houzz has 146,907 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Coco Camellia and MR.MITCHELL. Look through storage and wardrobe photos in different colours and styles and when you find a storage and wardrobe design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful storage and wardrobe ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.