Who said walk in closet is the dream for women only. In these days, more and more enjoy the idea of walk in closet just like women. Imagine yourself get out of bed in the morning, opening the window to refresh your mind, body and spirit, showering and then carelessly walking into your closet to pick out your outfit, what a perfect start of a day! However, different from women’s need, a man’s collection may not be as massive as most women’s, but it encompasses almost as many categories: jewelry (ties, cuff links, rings); accessories (belts, pocket squares, watches); bags (briefcase, knapsack); shoes (work, play, exercise, summer, winter) and even a shoe shining station. To effectively store those items, a well-designed and organized shelving system is needed. Here we rounded up “25 Cool Walk In Closet Ideas for Men”, take a look and hope you get some inspiration of creating your man cave.
Designed by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Loft ESN is a spacious family apartment in Palmscher Park, Esslingen, Germany, transform from an army barracks. As soon as a vistor comes into this 400 square meters area, a wide space opens up along a horizontal and vertical axis. The living area is only separated from the entrance area by an L-shaped filtering curtain. The upper lever is adult domain – parent space. Since the owner wants a special house-in-house construction, a bedroom which no light could permeate at all is built. This almost hermetically sealed room, only retains contact with the outside world via the doors and a curtained passage to a skylight and windows. The ceiling’s warm dark blue and the five fragile spheres of light reminds you of the sky at the night. Same color tone is carried into the master bathroom design. Pretty awesome space for living.
Called “Axioma Apartment”, this 130 square-meter crib located in Moscow is envisioned and implemented by Geometrix Design, presenting a futuristic, spaceship-like dimension. Architects Miroshkin Michael and Helen Miroshkina embarked on the black&white decorating adventure, giving the space a a strong personality with monochrome and minimalist looking.
Located in Gdynia, Poland, this stylish apartment is created by combining two interconnected apartments together. The focal point of the house is living room – the unusual suspending Flos lamp above sofa and massive wall of bookcases with many displaying and storage units. The main tone of the place is neutral grays and whites. However, designer use a lot of dark furnitures and wall panel to create a strong color contrasts. Two huge wall murals at the hallway and bedroom completes the unconventional look. Moreover, the designer give a special thought to bathroom. Due to the fact that the home owners have a son ad daughter, two bathrooms are designed in different color style by gander. The male one has a black shower and towel racks while the female one has a white bathtub towel racks. But they both have a glittering wall which is quite unusual in bathroom design.
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