We’ve never seen Tiffany Pratt in the same outfit twice (and don’t even get us started on her accessories, she is the QUEEN of accessories) but a wardrobe as extensive as Tiffany’s was more than a handful (it was literally armloads and armloads of clothes), and the HGTV Canada star needed a proper closet makeover to help her purge and organize her wardrobe. With a little guidance from a few of her favourite vendors, Tiffany Pratt designed her dream closet, complete with gorgeous jewellery drawers, rainbow windows and oh, maybe just a touch of pink…this is Tiffany Pratt’s closet after all!
Tiffany Pratt’s Closet Makeover
With a wardrobe that colourful, it would be criminal to tuck it all away behind closed doors! Tiffany worked with California Closets to design a walk-in that would tick all of the HGTV Canada star’s boxes: she wanted easy organization, with a good deal of display so Tiffany could always call to mind what she had (or what was missing). And, naturally, it had to be pink!
Tiffany’s Closet Full of Memories
The hardest part of Tiffany’s closet makeover was the process of purging. On her blog, Tiffany shared the challenges she faced as she began wading through her overstuffed wardrobe, “My clothes held memories and letting go of things meant letting go of my past – my past size and what I used to wear. I also pride myself on being a maker and I like to reuse as often as possible. Getting rid of clothing and accessories felt wasteful – as though I was giving up on the challenge of making it fit again, or making it work in a new or different way. It took days and days (!) to sort things: donate, consignment, repurpose, trash. And it was way more emotional than I ever thought it would be.”
The Planning Process
To complement her colourful wardrobe, Tiffany selected three separate shades of pink for her walk-in closet walls.
A Functional Fitting Room
Tiffany worked with California Closets to assess the layout of her space, deciding on a mix of open and closed wardrobes and dresser drawers in white, with modern gold hardware. It’s totally Tiffany.
Tiffany’s Glam Closet
Tiffany’s style is anything but minimalist, and her wardrobe is no different, but with careful planning and design, she was able to create a place for everything, and put everything in its place. Best of all, with open wardrobes and hanging displays for her insane collection of jewellery, Tiffany’s style becomes the focal point of this awesome, over-the-top space.
The Glam Suite
For the woman with rainbow hair, we think there’s nothing more appropriate than a “glam” suite!
Easily Accessed Accessories
Tiffany’s closets were outfitted with elevated storage, like this extendable rack for belts and scarves.
Once the big-picture changes were made, Tiffany went to work filling in the details and styling her space. For her dresser, Tiffany sourced a vintage mirror with a white frame, a sparkly geode, and a sweet and small bouquet in an antique vase.
The Treasure Trove
Tiffany’s jewellery collection is a feast for the eyes, and this custom drawer divider keeps every little bit or bobble in its place. File this drawer under: You know you’re a grown up when…
For Tiffany’s impressive collection of bangles, an acrylic rod was installed beside the dresser to show off every sparkly bracelet. (But don’t ask us how she snags one from the middle!)
Through Rose-Coloured Windows
Leave it to Tiffany to customize everything in her dressing room, right down to the windows! A rainbow window film gives the room a truly dreamy feel. It’s the icing on the colourful cake of Tiffany’s closet makeover.
Hats Off to Tiffany
No closet is complete without a great tall mirror. We love how Tiffany styled hers by framing it with her collection of colourful hats!
A Truly Tiffany Closet
A sparkly chandelier, a chic pouf and a collection of Tiffany Pratt portraits pull it all together. This is truly a one-of-a-kind closet. Thanks so much to Tiffany Pratt for sharing her beautiful walk-in closet with us! (And if there was any lingering doubt after taking the tour, the answer is no, you can never have too much pink!)