There are three things to consider when making your dream walk in wardrobe
If you have the luxury of housing your walk in wardrobe. Then it’s worth thinking about keeping it open to maximize the area. Having doors on a wardrobe requires more space to open them. Especially if you have two wardrobes opposite each other. Use drawers and selective door panelling to create a semi open and closed configuration. This provides concealed areas to store objects and reduce clutter. Leaving your more selective items for open display.
LAY IT OUT
Form and function are paramount when considering your space. The way you interact with your walk in wardrobe will depend on how you use the space. Do you want to get dressed in the space? Are you sharing the space – think his and hers. How do you want to hang and access your clothes and accessories? Think pull out sections, do you have lots of dresses or suits or do you have a large bag or shoe collection?
MATERIAL AND LIGHT
When it comes to walk in wardrobes. Creative lighting and selecting the right materials can create a stunning ambience. It can help change the mood in the room. Consider pushing the light into the darker pockets of the area. This combined with mirrors can produce a beautiful dramatic effect. As well as creating the illusion of space.