A built-in wardrobe can be a great investment that makes clothing storage so much simpler to manage. No one wants to be tripping over piles of clothes that don’t fit into a chest of drawers, or desperately rummaging for the perfect outfit when they’re in a hurry. Planning out and building custom made wardrobes can be a blessing for many busy people — after all, if you have your wardrobe under control, it leaves more time for you to concentrate on other aspects of your life.
Custom building your own wardrobe storage solutions can be fun, but also a bit daunting if you don’t know what you want. If you wish to design your own walk-in wardrobe, you should first consider your lifestyle and how the setup can best work for you. Some wardrobe design ideas to consider are:
Backlighting, so that you can easily see all your clothes at once, or get dressed in the early morning without turning on the main room lights and waking up a sleeping spouse.
Whether you want a separate shoe and/or accessory compartment for easy access to shoes, belts, ties, sunglasses etc, and how you want to organise your work and weekend wear.
A full-length mirror is a fantastic addition to any wardrobe, and not only allows for you to see your whole outfit at once, but also makes the room appear larger when fastened to an external surface of the wardrobe.
When considering walk in wardrobe ideas, you should also think about making your system as user-friendly as possible. For example, ensuring that your shirts aren’t hanging up too high, or fitting shelves where they are within easy reach. The colours and materials used in the interior and exterior should also be researched, so that the design fits your unique taste and requirements.
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