Interior Design Tips for Your Closet

by Dlivingston
Interior Design Tips for Your Closet

I don’t know if it’s my love for fashion or my interior design heart, but the first place I start is my closet.

You can tell a lot about someone from their closet. It’s their safe haven, their sanctuary of fashion and style. It’s only fair to keep this sacred space tidy. As an interior designer; I like to keep my closet incredibly neat.

My shoes and accessories are organized by style and color. When I walk into my closet; I like to see all my of options in front of me. I can get a sense of which shoes I’ll pair with my coat, and which necklace would accent that outfit best.

Problem: My clothes take up the most space in my closet. So, how do I reorganize them?

Solution: With proper hangers!

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These black non-slip hangers give more room for hanging, which means more space for clothes. They are an instant space-saver and keep everything looking chic and clean. Even
better, your clothes will stay on the hanger and off of the floor thanks to their functional design.

Now that you’ve successfully reorganized your closet; you can start the rest of your interior design tweaks for the new year. There are countless organizational design changes that provide a considerable return in both your home’s appeal and functionality.

The new year always brings me back to my “Begin Again” video when I designed my home in the Carlyle residences in just three months! Even though I was recognized as a Top 100 Interior Designer in Architectural Digest; I was on a shoe-string budget for this project. I used creativity and instinct to design my place – check out the insight into how I made an inexpensive closet look lavish. Enjoy the process as you make simple interior design changes for yourself. donnalivingstondesign.com 

Donna Livingston Design
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Los Angeles, CA 90048
Office: 310-273-1855
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About the author: Donna L Livingston

“I create rooms where people automatically feel comfortable,” says Los Angeles-based interior designer Donna Livingston. Named four times to the prestigious Architectural Digest AD100 Top Designer list and recipient of numerous design industry awards, Livingston has transformed residential and commercial interiors across the country for more than 30 years with her special brand of design that is influenced by her love of travel, history and appreciation for fine art.

With projects spanning from New York and Aspen to Palm Desert and Beverly Hills, she is known for layering rich textures, colors and fabrics with furnishings that are tailored to each project. “It’s all about creating a well-balanced room right down to the most precise details,” she points out matter-of-factly, drawing from her hands-on approach of tackling projects from construction to completion and beyond, ensuring seamless transitions throughout the entire process.

Over the years, Livingston has created unique home and yacht interiors for some of America’s top business leaders and captains of industry, including legendary automotive CEO Lee Iacocca; iconic singer/songwriter Lionel Richie; Peter Guber, CEO of Mandalay Entertainment; philanthropist and film producer Sidney Kimmel; William E. B. Siart, founder and chairman of the board of ExEd and former chairman and CEO of First Interstate Bank; billionaire businessman Alec E. Gores; and the legendary style icon Vidal Sassoon, to name but a few.

Where there’s an idea… Livingston finds a way.

Donna Livingston Interior Design Firm, Interior Decorator
Donna Livingston, owner of Los Angeles, California based Interior Design firm Donna Livingston Design, offers sophisticated Interior Design & Interior Decorating services to residential and commercial clients across the United States.

Donna Livingston’s Interior Design projects have been featured in cities such as: Aspen, Colorado, Beverly Hills, California, New York City, and Las Vegas, Nevada.

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