Style at Home : a perfectly pretty dressing room


Style at Home : A Perfectly Pretty Dressing Room

AWAY ALL MORNING for an out-of-town meeting and did not have a chance to tell you earlier, about this wonderful walk-in closet inspiration in Vancouver. Designer Kari Player, of Kari Player Home, converted half of the fifth bedroom in her 100-year-old Victorian into her dream closet.

When the drop ceiling was removed, the designer uncovered a sloped roof [1]. The open shelving are not custom, but purchased from a shop, after much careful thought of needs, the type of clothing, and organisation [2]. Frosted film was used on the windows instead of curtains to let in the most natural light while still maintaining privacy [3].

An antique tray displays perfume and adds a little romance [4]. A mirrored vanity, a flea market crystal chandelier and glass wardrobe handles add sparkle and reflect light [5]. And finally, a soft Tibetan shag rug adds softness and completes this perfectly pretty dressing room . . .

Style at Home : A Perfectly Pretty Dressing Room

[Images : photography Janis Nicolay; styling by Stephanie Vogler via Style at Home]