Camille Styles

Do You Dare :: Walk-By Closet

April 11th, 2012

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Hi everyone! Michelle here, with a daring yet dainty approach to wardrobe organization. We’re all comfortable with setting out fashion photography coffee table books or hanging our favorite blown up editorial images on the walls. But lately I’ve been noticing that the marriage of fashion and interior design can be bolstered even more. Shouldn’t the ruffled, floral and sequined art work that we all keep stashed away be showcased more often? I’m slowly warming up to the idea, and something tells me that your fantastic frocks and sultry stilettos will not only thank you for freeing them from the inner depths of your closet (bye bye mothballs!), but will revel as a delightful addition to your bedroom decor. Plus, what a visually stunning way to organize your wardrobe! Follow the jump to view more fabulous photos, and please share: would you dare unite sartorial style with interior decor?

hung clothing wall decor art interior design idea ideas

hung clothing wall decor art interior design idea ideas

hung clothing wall decor art interior design idea ideas
*images: {1} Jake Rosenberg for The Coveteur, {2} Martha Stewart via Rachel Bishop Designs, {3} Swedish apartment by Bolaget via desire to inspire, {4} Jake Rosenberg via The Coveteur

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15 Comments under :: Do You Dare :: Walk-By Closet
  1. Freya says:

    OMG I love all these clothes! I like the way the shoes are displayed 🙂

  2. Kelly Bowman says:

    Such a fab idea for those of us with unfortunate tiny closets, love it michelle!!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Beautiful dresses! Perfect for a festive gala.


  4. Meghan says:

    Totally love the idea of displaying outfits! Isn’t it true we choose the same colours to wear as we decorate?

  5. Michelle Sereno says:

    Kelly, definitely a small closet girl as well, a great solution! And Meghan, I’d have to agree, my decor and style are undoubtedly similar 🙂 Thanks ya’ll!

  6. Debra Kapellakis says:

    This is a brilliant beautiful idea! BRAVO!

  7. Not sure if I could go there yet, but I love the idea!

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  9. Samantha says:

    If I had dresses as gorgeous as the ones in the first photo I might try a walk-by closet!

  10. Barchbo says:

    Did this in my freshman dorm room with a sequined tuxedo jacket that I wore in high school and never looked back. Am already brainstorming what fashion I can feature as art in my little girl’s nursery I am planning.

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  12. Soul Fishing says:

    Really, really, really cool photos!

  13. So is this idea about making more room when you have a small closet or is it about design? I think the thing that makes this work is when it becomes part of the decor. When it is paired with luggage, or fits the color profile for your room, I’d consider it. Or what about choosing a fabulous outfit as the inspiration for your interior. I like choosing a frame like in the last shot, which says, “This is an accident.”

    • Camille Styles says:

      I think it’s about both – a double duty solution! Love your idea for outfit-as-room-inspiration…

  14. rebecca says:

    What are the shoes in the 2nd picture hanging on? I would love to have racks/shelves like that! WHere are they from?

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