There are always ways to improve the efficiency and functionality of your walk-in-wardrobe, whether you have a plenty of room or a much smaller space. Here are some tips to assist you in a full renovation or slight alteration to your wardrobe.
Shelving is the perfect way to organise your clothing that is accessed regularly. Shelving allows for all of your clothes to be visible, as well as quick and easy to grab in a hurry. Another feature of shelving is that it is customisable. To not waste space you can create a variety of shelving heights that perfectly fit what they hold. Customisable shelving also appeals to buyers if you look to sell your property in the future.
Great lighting is essential in a wardrobe when it comes to deciding what to wear. Natural light is great, however it is important you have effective blinds or curtains to block the sunlight from fading your clothes when the room isn’t in use. In such a small space, fresh air and circulation provided by a window is a huge asset too.
Drawers and Dividers
Drawers are great for putting away everyday items, such as socks and underwear, that might not sit well on shelves or you don’t necessarily want on display. Dividers make drawers more efficient and aid in preventing items, such as jewellery, getting into a mess. Like shelves, adjustable dividers also give you the ability to customise your space.
A great way to free up shelf space is to install hooks onto walls and doors. Scarves, hats, ties and jewellery can be stored perfectly on hooks.
Not only are mirrors an essential item in any bedroom, but they also they also work to make the room appear more spacious.
A neutral, light coloured palette for your wardrobe allows your clothing to be more visible and will make the space feel larger.
Make your mornings more efficient by strategically positioning the items in your wardrobe. For example, keep your shoes closer to the exit so that you can grab them on your way out of the space.