A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
It might not feel like spring in Southern Sweden yet (it snowed in some parts of Skåne yesterday!) but it’s on its way, I can feel it! Can you? One of the biggest joys is preparing the home for a new season – which also means storing away heavy winter clothes and making room for pretty spring and summer clothes!  
In my experience, one of the biggest dilemmas is lack of storage space. In 2023 I made it my mission to create organised storage in our home – building a wardrobe and adding shelves to our attic. And our house definitely feels less cluttered as a result (although not always tidier – but that’s a whole other issue!). Even so, I am always on the lookout for more clever ideas. And I instantly fell in love with the smart walk-in closet solution in Caroline’s Norwegian apartment! 
Caroline is a journalist and editor for Elle magazine and lives in the beautiful neighbourhood of Grünerløkke in Oslo. Read on to feel inspired by her 57 m2 (613 ft.sq) home and clever storage idea, it might just solve a conundrum for you too!  
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
Carolina has gone for a wonderful palette of blue, dusty pink and brass in her Norwegian home which adds a feeling decadence. I love that it is also filled with one-off pieces, pattern and quirky touches! A Togo sofa is always a comfy addition! 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
In the bedroom, a ‘sky’ headboard adds a wonderfully fun and unique touch to the space – and the blend of new nordic pieces such as the Flos light beside antique finds adds to the relaxed feel. 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home

And THIS was what I was talking about in my intro: a fabulous walk-in-wardrobe built into the corner of the bedroom! 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
The ‘wardrobe’ is made up of two glass doors which Caroline designed and had made according to the exact measurements of the space. 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
Inside Caroline has used the Décor design from Elfa (which I also used for my storage – the entire system is great as it’s really flexible and you can personalise the design to work for your needs and the space you have) to create shelving for her shoes and hanging space for clothes and other items. 
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
What a clever way to transform the corner of a bedroom into storage – do you agree? The frosted glass doors provide a glimpse of the interior of the wardrobe, without allowing the clothes and shoes from taking over the room and making it feel cluttered. 
I have to say, I’m drooling over her clothes and shoe collection too – so many fabulous items! 
I hope this has filled you with inspiration for the weekend! Or maybe just inspired you to pull out those sparkly shoes and hit the town! Follow Caroline’s instagram for more interior and lifestyle inspiration. 
Speaking of which, I don’t own many pairs of shoes, but last year I bought a pair of gold sparkly ankle boots, and they really seem to bring out the best in people and put a smile on everyone’s face. I always make a point of wearing them on friends’ birthdays to add some sparkle! Do you have a favourite pair of shoes too? 
Check out these other ways to get organised at home: 
That’s it from me this week folks. Thank you for stopping by – see you Monday! 
Trevlig helg! 

Niki
Photography: Birgit Fauske

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A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
It might not feel like spring in Southern Sweden yet (it snowed in some parts of Skåne yesterday!) but it’s on its way, I can feel it! Can you? One of the biggest joys is preparing the home for a new season – which also means storing away heavy winter clothes and making room for pretty spring and summer clothes!  
In my experience, one of the biggest dilemmas is lack of storage space. In 2023 I made it my mission to create organised storage in our home – building a wardrobe and adding shelves to our attic. And our house definitely feels less cluttered as a result (although not always tidier – but that’s a whole other issue!). Even so, I am always on the lookout for more clever ideas. And I instantly fell in love with the smart walk-in closet solution in Caroline’s Norwegian apartment! 
Caroline is a journalist and editor for Elle magazine and lives in the beautiful neighbourhood of Grünerløkke in Oslo. Read on to feel inspired by her 57 m2 (613 ft.sq) home and clever storage idea, it might just solve a conundrum for you too!  
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
Carolina has gone for a wonderful palette of blue, dusty pink and brass in her Norwegian home which adds a feeling decadence. I love that it is also filled with one-off pieces, pattern and quirky touches! A Togo sofa is always a comfy addition! 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
In the bedroom, a ‘sky’ headboard adds a wonderfully fun and unique touch to the space – and the blend of new nordic pieces such as the Flos light beside antique finds adds to the relaxed feel. 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home

And THIS was what I was talking about in my intro: a fabulous walk-in-wardrobe built into the corner of the bedroom! 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
The ‘wardrobe’ is made up of two glass doors which Caroline designed and had made according to the exact measurements of the space. 

A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
Inside Caroline has used the Décor design from Elfa (which I also used for my storage – the entire system is great as it’s really flexible and you can personalise the design to work for your needs and the space you have) to create shelving for her shoes and hanging space for clothes and other items. 
A Fabulous Walk-in Closet Idea in a Norwegian Home
What a clever way to transform the corner of a bedroom into storage – do you agree? The frosted glass doors provide a glimpse of the interior of the wardrobe, without allowing the clothes and shoes from taking over the room and making it feel cluttered. 
I have to say, I’m drooling over her clothes and shoe collection too – so many fabulous items! 
I hope this has filled you with inspiration for the weekend! Or maybe just inspired you to pull out those sparkly shoes and hit the town! Follow Caroline’s instagram for more interior and lifestyle inspiration. 
Speaking of which, I don’t own many pairs of shoes, but last year I bought a pair of gold sparkly ankle boots, and they really seem to bring out the best in people and put a smile on everyone’s face. I always make a point of wearing them on friends’ birthdays to add some sparkle! Do you have a favourite pair of shoes too? 
Check out these other ways to get organised at home: 
That’s it from me this week folks. Thank you for stopping by – see you Monday! 
Trevlig helg! 

Niki
Photography: Birgit Fauske