Wardrobe, closet or as I would like to call it “the dressing room”.
October 22, 2013 § Leave a comment
Why not make our daily closet visit like a boutique shopping experience? Instead of thinking about a ‘closet’ I envision as a ‘dressing room’ which instantly puts a smile on my face. When I first met my husband, I was amazed by his habit of living minimally. One type of soap, one laptop, one pair of shoes . What we do not use, goes quickly to the local donation center.
As the weather outside turns cool and crisp, we edit our fall wardrobe. I purchase timeless classics instead of the latest season trends.
Recent note to self… my next purchase would be the best thing in my dressing room! Why didn’t I learn this during my costly fashion mistake teenage years?
Fashion and interior design complement one another. Design principles are shared when creating furnishings in a room or dressing an outfit. In both disciplines, one determines a focal point, creates silhouettes, and balances proportion. We can update our decade old dress with a new accessory or refresh a room with a throw blanket.
A few inspiring images…
Poliform | Los Angeles
Pierre Lissoni Closet | Los Angeles
Jenny Lyonns | J.crew