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Andrew J. Howard Design

You don’t have to have hundreds of pairs of shoes appreciate a good closet–and the beautiful wood in this one.

Howard Slatkin’s Closet via Fifth Avenue Style

 

In fact, we’d venture to say that even Howard Slatkin’s impeccably designed and sophisticated closet would look bad if it was a jumbled mess with clothes and shoes scattered all around the floor.

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Tim Barber, Ltd

On the flip side, even a small closet can look fabulous with the right lights and the proper organization.

 

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Austin Patterson Disston Architects

But, then again, everything tucked away behind those mirrored doors is a great option too.

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Austin Patterson Disston Architects

A clean, organized closet is the best way to start the day, if you ask us. Flipping on the light to reveal rows of immaculately organized items that are a cinch to find makes it easier to see what’s there, to get dressed, and sets the tone for a calming and wonderful day ahead.

Whether your closet is spacious enough to hold furniture or barely big enough to eek out space for all your clothes, there’s no question that an organized closet is a great way to start the day — and the new year!

Are you feeling more organized in 2015?