Design aficionados share tips on dream wardrobes
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
Achieve a space that meets your needs.
This project by Orno Interiors allows for shoe and luggage compartments.
Create an organisational layout.
Renew Interiors’ practical system.