Do you have so many pieces of clothing that they seem to be buried deep in your closets or cupboards? Perhaps it’s time for a walk-in wardrobe. Here are five that have been designed to offer you ample space to store your favourite outfits and accessories, while giving you extra room to dress yourself.
1 White and Wide
This walk-in wardrobe engages a sleek white palette and mirror surfaces to open up the space. Complemented by the designer pendant lamp which casts a warm glow over the space, the addition of an island for the owners to store their jewellery also provides a strong visual anchor within the space.
2 Perfect Alignment
Lining up an open wardrobe system against the wall is a wonderful way to create more space inside a walk-in wardrobe. Make full use of the vertical space by stacking up shelves that you can use to store your travel gear and other seasonal clothing.
3 Smart Corners
If you don’t have a lot of space to work with, consider installing built-in wardrobe systems. Also make use of any available corners – for example, you can turn a corner into a vanity area. Having a mirror at awkward corners can also create the illusion of a larger space.
4 Mirror, Mirror
We love how the shelves which function as a vanity top is set against the floor-to-ceiling mirror-wall – this gives the owner plenty of mirror surfaces to use while enlarging the space. This walk-in wardrobe is also placed right next to the master bathroom, creating an easy flow between two spaces.
5 Up Close and Personal
To keep walk-in wardrobes clutter-free, it’s ideal to use doors on your wardrobe or closet. In this space, for example, everything is closed up which creates a streamlined yet elegant look. Instead of standalone mirrors, the designers also opted for mirror surfaces as part of the panelling which give the room a sleek and reflective effect.