De­sign afi­ciona­dos share tips on dream wardrobes

Pilbara News - - Property - Gabrielle Sher­wood, Orno In­te­ri­ors

The trend for cre­at­ing an en­tire walk-in room con­tin­ues to grow.

We have cus­tomers ac­tu­ally con­vert­ing spare bed­rooms into a walk-in dress­ing room.

These larger spa­ces al­low for shoe and lug­gage com­part­ments . . . even a lounge chair fits in nicely. LED in­te­grated light strips and mood light­ing are also im­por­tant fea­tures. Feli­cia Bathalon, InDe­sign WA

While we tend to as­so­ciate wardrobes with women and se­lect colours and fin­ishes to suit, it doesn’t have to be that way.

Cre­ate a moody, mas­cu­line feel by choos­ing dark colours and wood grains. Caro­line Powney, Al­liance Robes

When de­sign­ing a walk-in robe, en­sure as much of the space avail­able is be­ing used to max­imise your stor­age op­tions.

When plan­ning the lay­out of your wardrobe, con­sider your sea­sonal items and “spe­cial oc­ca­sion” pieces which need to be stored away most of the year.

Cre­ate an or­gan­i­sa­tional lay­out which con­sists of shelv­ing, hang­ing space, draw­ers and cab­i­nets to en­sure your closet stor­age is max­imised and which will keep your closet look­ing tidy and un­clut­tered.

Making an in­vest­ment in the hard­ware reaps huge ben­e­fits; a great wardrobe space that meets your needs, with draw­ers, pull-out shelves, trouser racks, match­ing hang­ers and good light­ing means less time spent try­ing to find what you are look­ing for, re­sult­ing in more time to man­age the chal­lenges of daily life. Gin­nie Craw­ley, Re­new In­te­ri­ors

Pic­ture: Bi­jan Pho­tog­ra­phy

Achieve a space that meets your needs.

This project by Orno In­te­ri­ors al­lows for shoe and lug­gage com­part­ments.

Pic­ture: Orno In­te­ri­ors

Cre­ate an or­gan­i­sa­tional lay­out.

Pic­ture: Bi­jan Pho­tog­ra­phy

Re­new In­te­ri­ors’ prac­ti­cal sys­tem.

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