Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board

Lately, I’ve been obsessed with home renovation shows. I could seriously spend all weekend binge watchingΒ Property Brothers. It’s inspiring to see people renovate their newly purchased homes into the house of their dreams. I especially get jealous when women turn a spare room into their very own walk-in closet or dressing room! Watching women do this inspired me to create a mood board of my own dream dressing room. I turned to Arhaus and Pinterest for some inspiration. Check out what I’d have in my dream dressing room!

Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board

Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board

Full Length Mirrors

Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board
(via Cox & Cox)

The most important thing I would need my dream dressing room is a full length mirror! How else would I be able to check out my full outfit and take killer selfies? I’m really into the modern, rustic but minimalistic look right now. Cox & Cox’s Inga full length mirror would be a great piece for my dream dressing room!

Shoe Shelf

What's in My Dream Closet Space // Shoe Shelf
(via A Pair & A Spare)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I want to be able to display all my shoes in my dream dressing room. This DIY shoe shelf from A Pair & A Spare is gorgeous and matches the modern rustic look!


Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board
(via Crate & Barrel)

At the center of my dream dressing room, I’d have an ottoman. That way, I can sit when I put my shoes on. Or my friends and family can sit and watch me try outfits on! The Lounge II Storage Ottoman from Crate & Barrel is perfect because it’s multifunctional. You can sit on it, store stuff inside it, and it even has a pull out tray!

Vanity Table

Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board
(via Anthropologie)

Another must-have for my dream dressing room is a vanity table. Why not do my makeup in the same place I get dressed? The Lacquered Regency Desk from Anthropologie is gorgeous and spacious enough to store all my makeup essentials.

Mobile Chandelier

Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board
(via West Elm)

Ample lighting is another essential for my dream dressing room. A mobile chandelier would add glamor to a luxurious dressing room. The antique brass mobile chandelier from West Elm would be a great addition to my dream dressing room. For more decor and lighting ideas, check out Arhaus’s selection of lighting and fixtures.

Faux Fur Rug

Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board
(via Zola)

The finishing touch to my dream dressing room would be a faux fur rug. Having a rug in the center of the room would bring everything together. Plus, it’s more exciting when you have different textures colors. Zola’s Faux Sheepskin Rug would be a great addition to my dream dressing room!

What would you have in your dream dressing room?

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Valerie Nguyen

Valerie. 26. California girl with insatiable wanderlust. BS in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health. Bookkeeper by day, fangirl by night. Shameless foodie and retail therapist.

11 thoughts on “Dream Dressing Room | Mood Board

  1. I love everything that you picked. The best dressing room that I have seen, was Mariah Carey’s on MTV cribs – such an old show now! She had racks of clothes all perfectly organised like in a high end store. I would want the same and a place to put accessories. x

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    1. Thank you for reading!!

      I remember MTV Cribs but I’m not sure if I remember Mariah Carey’s episode. But wouldn’t that be marvelous? To have a separate room just for all your clothes and accessories. Ahh, a girl can dream right? x

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  2. I love your picks!! The Ottoman is a genius design. I’m also jealous of women who have these amazing and exquisite dressing rooms.

    I actually don’t have a vanity table right now and never had…sad times lol

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