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What Are The 7 Key Features Of A Successful Built In Wardrobe Design?

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Did you know that putting together a successful built in wardrobe design involves more than just luck? There are actually features that you should (and should not) include that will all lend themselves to the success of your design; we have outlined the 7 main ones in the list below for your convenience. Be sure to take note for putting together your own wardrobes!

Here are what we believe to be the 7 key features of a successful wardrobe design:

  • 1.Lighting
    This is something that many homeowners neglect to add to built ins, which often results in the corners or deep recesses becoming almost like a black abyss. If you don’t have the room for a ceiling light, some recessed lighting will go a long way towards brightening the space.

  • 2.Double Rods
    You will be amazed at how much difference a second hanging rod can make, as it allows you to hang even more clothes in the same amount of space. Just be sure to leave some space for hanging those floor length garments, otherwise they might become damaged.

  • 3.Accessories
    The addition of wardrobe accessories can help you to more efficiently store some of your items, such as belts or jewellery or ties. Some of the more popular accessories include belt racks, padded jewellery drawers and tie dividers. This will also help to keep these items organised.

  • 4.Shoe Shelves
    Simply tossing your shoes into the bottom of the wardrobe is not only bad for them, it often leads to them becoming jumbled and difficult to find matching pairs. An angled shelf with a rail or even little cubbies can help you to store your shoes appropriately.

  • 5.Dirty Hamper
    Many people simply toss their dirty clothes onto the floor of their wardrobe or bedroom, which makes the space look really messy. The inclusion of a dirty clothes hamper can help to minimise clutter, as well as ensure that dirty clothes are washed and not forgotten.

  • 6.Dressers
    If you’ve got the available space, the addition of a dresser can really take your wardrobe to the next level. This will provide you with a functioning work table for folding, putting on your makeup, laying out the next day’s outfit and so on. A dresser can also incorporate drawers.

  • 7.Mirror
    The addition of a mirror is another great way to make the most of your wardrobe space. If you have sliding doors, make one of them a mirror; if you have hinge doors, mount a mirror onto the inside of one. Ensure that they’re full length so you get the biggest impact.

If you are in the process of putting together a built in wardrobe design for your home, we hope that you find the 7 key features outlined above useful in making it as successful as possible. It’s important to also consider who will be using the wardrobe – is it in the master bedroom (therefore, to be shared by you and your significant other), a child’s bedroom or a guest bedroom?

Spaceworks provides cabinets, luxury media units, commercial joinery and custom wardrobes in Melbourne, Australia. 

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