If there’s one design element that’s hard to get too much of, it’s a well-designed, enviable walk-in closet. If you don’t have a walk-in closet, odds are you want one. And if you have a walk-in closet, you might want inspiration on how to redesign it, organize it or remodel for a larger one.

So below are some stellar walk-in closet designs, ranging from luxury options that are the closets of dreams to small space walk-in closets. We’ve also included some walk-in closets notable for their clever organization systems. Take a look below for some amazing walk-in closet designs.

Luxury Walk-In Closets

Luxury closets may not be an option for many of us, but it’s fun to dream. If you do have a large space, these might be possibilities as you think of remodeling. Below are some impressive walk-in closets, many of which don’t even look like closets because they’re so huge.

What makes luxury walk-in closets so amazing are some of the ritzy design elements. For instance, some of these even have chandeliers in them. Rich woods are also a common theme in luxury closets. Take a look below for some walk-in closets that might be fun to dream about for one day.

Rich wood textures give a high-class look to this large walk-in closet space. Image: Beyond Time/Shutterstock

Set-in lighting is a functional style choice in larger walk-in closets. Image: Beyond Time/Shutterstock

Strip lighting is a great way to light large, luxury walk-in closets where the light may not permeate as well. Image: B.Forenius/Shutterstock

An accent like a chandelier gives a classy look, as does the recessed lighting in the cabinets. Image: urfin/Shutterstock

A large walk-in closet can make more room for island areas. Image: EPSTOCK/Shutterstock

Small Walk-In Closets

On the surface, small space walk-in closets seem like an oxymoron. After all, how can a small space have room for a walk-in closet? The spaces below make room. From compact spaces to well-organized designs where every square inch counts, below are some great examples of walk-in closets that work in smaller spaces.

Elements that help organize everything in the most functional of ways possible are a mainstay in small walk-in closets. For instance, shelving systems, drawers and baskets help make the most of limited walk-in closet space. Take a look below for some small walk-in closet inspiration.

Smaller walk-in closets often have plenty of shelving. Image: All About Space/Shutterstock

Some smaller closets have a more narrow floor plan. Image: RonTech3000/Shutterstock

A lighter color scheme in a smaller walk-in closet can open up the space. Image: ben bryant/Shutterstock

Smaller walk-in closets can make good use of drawer systems. Image: mariakraynova/Shutterstock

Drawer and shelving units work well in smaller walk-in closets when placed on top of each other. Image: Elena Elisseeva/Shutterstock

Walk-In Closet Organization Systems

Part of what makes a walk-in closet a common item in home wish lists is how well these spaces can organize all the clothing items we seem to accumulate. The designs below have an element in them that makes the organization system something special.

For instance, a highly creative walk-in closet design might have display shelving for shoes, comprehensive drawer systems or even pull-out wire bins. These photos also might inspire you to look into ways to organize your own walk-in closet — or even your regular closet. At any rate, they’ll show you some possibilities in organizing your clothing.

This comprehensive system makes wonderful use of shelves, a cubby system, drawers and plenty of rack space. Image: alabn/Shutterstock

From this angle, you can see how boxes and baskets can help organize items in a walk-in closet. Image: ben bryant/Shutterstock

Here’s a system that’s well planned. Shelves work well on top of drawers and the top shelf would be good for storing larger items. Image: Jodie Johnson/Shutterstock

Large shelving designs are great for storing shoes. Image: Photographee.eu/Shutterstock

Pull-out wire bins are a wonderful way to organize clothing items. Image: Ttatty/Shutterstock