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Tips to Design Dream Wardrobe

We have all dreamt of having that massive walk in wardrobe design that fulfils all our wishes of clothing storage. However walk in wardrobes require planning and have a lot of elements to be considered when being built.

Light it up

Lighting is a key aspect in a wardrobe. It needs ample of lighting especially if it is built in a position where there is low natural lighting. Dressing up requires bright lights to allow us to see what we wear.

Rod length

If you are sharing the wardrobe with another person, allot enough rod length to each person to avoid them taking up your space. Each person should have a minimum 48 inches of rod length.

Add on

Walk in wardrobes have much more potential than any other kind of wardrobe. Don’t leave it at clothing rods; add shelves, drawers and cupboards. Include deep drawers to store seldom used items and use cupboards to store items you want to keep out of sight.

Vanity

Design a vanity to fit into your walk in wardrobe. Sacrifice some drawer space and add in a mirror and a surface to place makeup,accessories,perfume etc. Allowing you to dress up all at one place.

Mirrors

A wardrobe design without enough mirrors is impractical. Insert as many mirrors as you wish a full length as well as a smaller one. You need to know how the outfit comes together.

Decorate

A closet has its own personality. Like a room design the wardrobe on a theme depending upon who it is for. A more feminine wardrobe could be light colours with appealing decorations like a rug and wall decorations. Whereas a masculine wardrobe could have a dark stained wood built in closet or shades of grey to give a more serious look.

Space everywhere

Maximise use by utilizing more vertical space, instead of having one rod you may be able to put in two underneath the top rod depending on your ceiling height. The usual height of rods is 63 inches for dresses leaving the remaining bellow space unused. However, you can add two rods in your 48 inch long allotted space by allowing 45 inches for hanging pants and shirts.

Seating

It may be a small built in bench to try on shoes or a couch. Nevertheless add seats to the wardrobe.

A seat is mandatory for the vanity too, may it be for lounging on after trying on different outfits or to cast away rejected clothes. A chic looking couch will also add on to the glamour of your dressing area.