Dressing room


Dressing room

Adding a dressing to your home greatly expands your storage options for clothing, shoes, and other accessories. A dressing helps eliminate bedroom clutter that limits organizational skills. If you have an extra room in the house and you are thinking of using it as a guest bedroom, think about how often it will really be used and analyze whether it would not be more useful to turn this interior into a dressing room. And even if you don’t have a spare room, it doesn’t mean you have to give up the idea of a dressing. This can be created in the master bedroom by installing a partition wall. When designing a dressing area, it is important to create functionality, organization and visual appeal. Here are some interior design essentials for a stylish dressing.


Adequate lighting is crucial in a dressing area. Natural light is ideal, so if possible, integrate windows or skylights. Make sure you take advantage of the natural light in your space by placing the dressing table near the window. Avoid bright light from above and below, as this causes shadows that can affect makeup application. Wall sconces will cast a desirable, evenly distributed light – an effect that can also be achieved by placing table lamps at each end of the dressing table.


The color scheme in the dressing room reflects personal style and creates a soothing ambience. Neutral tones such as white, gray or pastels are best suited to create a serene atmosphere. White dressings are the most common, because they are bright and elegant and also allow highlighting and organizing clothes by color. Beige is also an excellent choice for any wardrobe that wants to be sober, elegant and timeless. If you like cheerful and strong colors, you can opt for green, yellow or blue, which add freshness and tranquility to the interior.


A well-placed mirror is essential in a dressing area. A tall mirror is useful for general assessment of the outfit, and smaller adjustable mirrors are essential for close-up activities such as applying makeup. The vanity mirror is ideal for such daily activities. Choose mirrors with elegant frames to add a decorative touch.

Storage spaces

Storage spaces in dressing is essential for keeping your clothing, accessories and personal items organized. Simple, symmetrical and proportional exterior design of the cabinets will create a timeless look suitable for almost any home, while the interior can be customized to perfectly suit personal needs. Include a combination of hanging bars, shelves, drawers and compartments for clothing and footwear. Hidden drawers are perfect for storing smaller items such as underwear, gloves or glasses. Mirrored doors serve both a functional purpose of reviewing the final outfit, but also add shine, reflect light and give the illusion of a larger space. For storing jewelry and accessories, you can opt for an island cabinet with drawers.

Dressing table

Include a dedicated vanity area, if space allows, with storage for cosmetics and grooming tools. Adding an elegant dressing table and a contemporary chair will make the room multifunctional and extra luxurious. Also, a comfortable seating area is beneficial for trying on shoes or simply relaxing. Opt for a stylish bench, ottoman or chair that complements the overall design of the dressing area. Upholstery must be both aesthetically pleasing and easy to clean.

Don’t forget to personalize your dressing area by incorporating elements that reflect your personality and personal style. By carefully considering these interior design elements, you can create a dressing area that is both functional and stylish.