With all the fashion and design trends that are on the rise, many of us are starting to feel the pinch of living in a closet.
It’s becoming harder to choose between a comfortable home and a comfortable closet.
But there’s something you can do to help make your closet even more comfortable.
From the classic to the modern, from the cozy to the functional, from timeless to contemporary, there’s an interior design that will have you taking comfort in your own home.
In the spirit of the season, here’s what we know to do with your closet.
“I love to do my closet in a certain way.
When I was young, I would often sneak out of bed to go for a walk in the yard and I would sit on the porch and play with my kids.
That’s how I started with the closet.
My kids always say, ‘Mommy, Mommy!
It is about taking your closet as seriously as your bedroom, and then incorporating it into your lifestyle. “
-Jennifer Lohr, owner of the LA-based studio A Room for Living “It’s not just about making space for your closet to breathe.
It is about taking your closet as seriously as your bedroom, and then incorporating it into your lifestyle.
It allows you to relax in your home, be in your space, and be more present in your life.
“-Kim, owner and designer of Loom Collective, a new home design studio in Los Angeles, CA “For me, it’s about having an organic space that is more accessible and more personal.
It means taking things from the street, to the city, to your house, to living in the moment.
“-Linda Mosely, owner, Loom collective “When I started, I wanted to create a space that could make me feel like I could sit in a park and look out the window and not be scared of anything.
So, I created a room for the closet to feel like an intimate space, but not a space where people would think I was hiding anything.
This is not just a closet, this is an intimate room.
“-Jennifer, designer of LA-area studio Loom and founder of A Room For Living, an LA-focused designer studio “There is a great trend out there to make space for everything.
If you’re looking for a place to hang out and relax, there is no better place than a closet.
“-Amy, designer and founder at LA-inspired label, Amy’s Boutique “The first thing I did when I opened my closet was create a custom design for my space, which was just a small piece of paper with my name on it.
I thought it would be a fun and simple way to start, and it turned out to be so much more than that.
“-Jessica, owner-owner of A Day at the Mall in Los Feliz, CA, and designer and creative director of A Night at the Market in LA “What I love about a closet is that you can take your clothes off, and you can just look in there and enjoy the beauty and comfort.
I think that it’s a great way to relax, and to have a space in which you can look at everything and feel free to explore.
“-Bridget, owner/co-owner/lady of Lorna Lornas, a New York City boutique specializing in handmade handmade products from Italy, Italy, and Italy, France, and the UK, and a Los Angeles resident “Living in a space without a closet can feel very isolating.
I always felt uncomfortable at home when I was growing up, so it was a huge part of my life growing up.
“-Sasha, owner at Lornarama in Los Altos, CA and designer/lifestyle expert at A Room at the Home “My closet is like a living room.
I love to play with it.
It helps me get to my favorite places, but it’s also an escape for me to be with my family.
It also provides me with a place I can be with friends and family, where I can relax.
“-Nicole, owner & co-founder of Loredo, a Los Angles-based boutique of handmade goods from Italy “This is my favorite part of living.
I have my favorite space, where everything is perfect and I can feel like the best version of myself.
It feels like home.
“-Rachel, owner a designer/designer agency, and founder/owner of LovedayDesigns in Los Angos, and creator of A Love at Home You’re welcome to join us for a look at some of our favorite designers and designers on the road.
We’ll be on hand with a host of guests who are passionate about creating an inclusive and meaningful home, and this event is perfect for any occasion.
In the spirit, we’d love to hear your thoughts on this theme.
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