In colour, Interior design, Wardrobes

A built-in wardrobe, designed well, will serve you for many years to come.  Keeping to a classic style or related to your home’s architecture and interior design will ensure it’s never outdated.

Adding unique features such as strip lighting below the overhead bulkhead creates an interesting and luxe feature, especially if your wardrobe is designed using dark timber as the lighting creates a sense of richness.

Adding a mirrored drawer unit or full-length mirror will reflect your space and be practical at the same time.

It’s vitally important that you give careful consideration to storage, both hanging space and drawers to cater for your all-seasons clothing.  Avoid over-designing your wardrobe.  Compartmentalising helps keep order but overdoing it will limit what you can store.  Such as adjustable shoe racks that will give you flexibility to maximise shoe storage.

Have fun designing your new wardrobe but before you do, make sure you de-clutter your existing robe and give away items to the charity shops that you haven’t used in an age. Read this article from Houzz on how to de-clutter your space.   Easy Ways to Declutter and Organise Your Wardrobe

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