Even though it’s a well-known fact that women have a lot more clothes than men, this doesn’t mean that men don’t need dressing rooms or cabinets to keep their stuff in. You can find a lot of pieces of furniture in stores but where is the fun in that? Making it all by yourself will be cheaper and it will turn out to be exacly what you needed.
If you have a small space because your wife has already occupied most of the closets, just find a small corner and build yourself something manly. Take your toolbox and let’s get started! If you’re looking for inspiration you’d better check out these photos first.
This Teardrop Camper shows that human innovation is infinite. This Camper is equipped with everything you need, including a changing room. If you don’t want to keep your stuff inside the house, this could work. Or maybe it’s better to use it only when you’re going camping.
Incorporate this natural wood hanger in your dressing room and it will make it look like you’re walking straight into a forest. Use it for ties and scarfs.
If you don’t have enough space in your house for a big dresser, this idea might help you with finding the best compromise. A compact and practical solution would be to make a hanger out of a pipe and two cables.
This one is a good solution for those who have a spear room. This dressing shows that if if’s properly installed, it can give the room a whole new appearance. Not to mention that you will have a lot of space.
What can you build with a clothing rack, a bicycle and a lighting post? Obviously, a whole new improved dressing that shows class and elegance.
An old wooden ladder comes in handy if you add some shelves to it and a clothing rack. This shows that with creativity and intelligence you can re-purpose almost any object. I can see that this guy’s wife is already using it…
If you have in your close circle of acquaintances a sophisticated friend who enjoys minimalist designs and concepts, this elegant dressing is just right for him.
Another elegant way to work with natural materials is by creating a hanger from wood. Use a string in order to gang it from the ceiling.
This wooden dressing is meant for people who don’t like to complicate things. A spacious wooden wardrobe which resembles a house frame seems to be the definition of simple.
Another DIY idea you can try is this cabinet construction which is robust and has lots of compartments. You can store not only clothes, but also your other necessities such as laptop, files and backpacks.
This is a simple idea which will help you determine what is the approach you wish to take with the wardrobe issue.
Here is a way to make things by yourself and avoid huge expenses. Build a frame from PVC pipes and it can work both as an outdoor shower or a changing room.
This may look and sound like a bad idea that is improvised on the spot. But when you think about it, this looks as practical as it can get when you are camping. It’s a tent which can work as a changing room or a shower.
A very innovative idea for a changing room made from two connected doors and a pair of curtains. On top of that, you can install a hanger on the door for your clothes.
This one looks simple, yet the concept behind it is quite something. The entrance to the dressing room is camouflaged by the curtain.
This classic small walk-in closet proves that re-purposing furniture is a great way to suit your needs. You can also add wallpaper on the walls to give it a more personal touch.
One way to protect your clothes in your dressing room is too add cedar planking. Not only does it give a warm, rustic vibe, but also keeps the clothes in great condition.
Organizing a pool party has never been easier. This cabana stripe changing room gives a lot of privacy and it’s also portable!
Build your own outdoor shower or changing room just by using curtain rods and some curtains. You can easily attach them to the wall house and enjoy its advantages the whole summer.
This idea requires some hard work from your part, but the outcome will definitely be rewarding. Incorporated cabinets, shelves and drawers which give as much storage space as you need.
If you enjoy the feeling of seeing your things in complete order, then this idea might be the perfect one for you. It even has small compartments for your hats and other valuables.
This one is more spacious than the others and also adds a more vintage feeling. It will take a lot of hard work and patience, but it will pay off.
Here is one dedicated almost entirely to your shoes. Shoes are an important part of your appearance as they say something about yourself. So, taking good care of them is a justified action.
This is also a classic looking dressing room. It has a very masculine feeling to it and you can add more elements to suit your style.
A great idea to improvise when you don’t have much space available in your house is building a small changing room. This walnut walk-in dressing room will give you some inspiration.