Luxurious Dressing Rooms for Every Personality

A dressing room is a space that should express your personality and style. It is where you begin a day and end a day, therefore, it should be a space you feel comfortable in. Here are a few ideas to help you create the dressing room of your dreams!

James Paragano & Martin P. Mitchell

James Paragano & Martin P. Mitchell

If you are the type of person that spends a lot of time getting ready for the day, then this may be the dressing room for you. This dressing room, designed by Architect James Paragano and Interior Designer Martin P. Mitchell, includes a dry bar and comfortable seating. Seating is always essential in a dressing room because it is important to have a place to put on shoes, or just to relax for a moment before starting the day. I especially love the Macassar-ebony cabinets in this space. It makes for a sleek and sophisticated dressing room.

Annie Brahler

Annie Brahler

This dressing room, featured in House Beautiful, is perfect for any woman that loves accessories! The island in the middle of the room is ideal for putting down your purse and keys after a long day. The shelves also give the opportunity to feature your favorite shoes and purses. I especially love the pink chandelier; it is the finishing touch to any female dressing room!

Roger Thomas

Roger Thomas

Having a collection of clothing accessories can also contribute to the overall design of a space. This dressing room features ties of all different colors as if it is artwork in the room. If you are the type of person that has collections of clothing accessories, then embrace it! Collections like these should not be hidden in drawers; they instead should be featured on a wall.

Habersham Home

Habersham Home

If you are the type of person who is not as organized as others, then a dressing room with closed doors may be for you. Though the clothing and accessories would not contribute to the overall design, the space can still be made with beautifully crafted doors like these. These doors can help reduce the space of clutter by concealing it and giving more opportunities for mirrors.

I hope that these dressing rooms have inspired you to dream big! If you would like some further inspiration you can view my work here. Or if you have any further comments or suggestions please feel free to contact me.

Remember as always, It’s All in the Details!

Sites Used:

Architectural Digest

House Beautiful

Architectural Digest

Habersham Home


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