How to Incorporate Color in Your Closet

How to Incorporate Color in Your Closet | Lonny.com
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Despite their rows of fashion-forward dresses and accessories, closets are often the last place you expect to find a touch of style. But with little effort, you can transform this utilitarian space into a pure expression of your own personality. A fresh coat of paint and graphic wallpaper are a start, but here are a few more ways to infuse color into your closet.

How to Incorporate Color in Your Closet | Lonny.com
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Add a color-coordinated ottoman or garden stool for an unexpected hint of playfulness. You can also line the backs of shoe racks, sweater shelves, or sock drawers in a patterned print. Here, shoes arranged by color create visual interest and a cleaner aesthetic.

How to Incorporate Color in Your Closet | Lonny.com
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Don't let a lack of space limit you to a boring closet. If you have a colorful wardrobe, consider glass doors instead of standard wood ones; open shelving lets accessories with a personality steal the show. Similarly, you can hang necklaces and bracelets from visible hooks to catch the light. Of course, you could ditch the doors altogether and opt for racks made of piping.

How to Incorporate Color in Your Closet | Lonny.com
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