The walk-in closet, just like other areas of the home, goes through style changes. While palatial homes tend to have giant ones that allow for a lot of furniture and no need for space conservation, those are the exceptions. Most people these days are looking for ways to maximize their closet space while keeping things visible and organized. There’s a push toward minimizing furniture in the bedroom itself, so fewer dressers, armoires, etc. are considered a plus. As a result, one shift is toward more drawers showing up in closet designs. Double hanging spaces too are becoming more common–most people would rather sacrifice a floor-length gown hanging space (not that many people these days have full-length dresses) and find more “regular” height hanging space. Not surprisingly, adjustability is important and with all of this “packing as much into the space as possible” has led to a minimizing of decoration; the all-white, no-frills look is growing in popularity. Shoe storage and making the best use of the corners are also getting a lot of attention. If you haven’t gotten enough ideas from the links in this article, your local closet storage designers have tons more!