Organization Eye Candy: A Glam and Surprisingly Spacious Closet in a Studio Apartment

Odessa Closet Tour Washing Machine

Spotted recently: A studio apartment designed by Home Design in Odessa, Ukraine, that has its priorities straight. The one-room space has all the necessities—a kitchen, a curtained-off bed, and a petite bathroom—but the closet is what stopped us in our tracks. Most studio apartments make do with minimal storage space; this one prioritizes a large walk-in closet with a variety of streamlined storage solutions. Here’s a closer look.

Photography courtesy of Home Design.

A pair of louvered doors lead into the closet, and a black coat rack holds outerwear outside it.
Above: A pair of louvered doors leads into the walk-in closet. Next to it, a black coat rack holds everything the client needs to get out the door. See 10 Easy Pieces: Metal Clothing Racks for a few favorites.
Odessa Closet Tour Jute Rug
Above: On the other side of the louvered doors is the spacious closet, which features a distressed-wood palette that echoes the rest of the apartment. The floor-to-ceiling mirror on the left side shows a glimpse of the opposite wall.
Odessa Closet Tour Washing Machine
Above: A wall is outfitted with floating drawers, shelves, and wall dots for a variety of storage. The dot hooks offer a place to hang and display the next day’s outfit to expedite the morning get-ready routine.
Odessa Closet Tour Clothing
Above: At first glance, the rear wall looks like it has a standard closet system with a rod and shelves, but it’s actually a freestanding clothing rack, which can be moved if necessary.

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N.B.: This post is an update; it was first published June 2018.

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