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The Best way to Design a Walk-in Wardrobe

The following statement may be slightly in favour of women, but a walk-in wardrobe can change your life! You will no longer have to pile up t-shirts into tiny corners or spend time digging through disheveled racks to find the item you want to wear. Having a designated space for storing all of your clothes, shoes, and accessories will make getting dressed so much easier. Plus, a custom-designed walk-in wardrobe will ensure no space is wasted and will provide a much larger area for storing in various layouts, allowing easy access.

So, to help you with your Walk-in Wardrobe design project, our team at Urban Scene Construction has come up with the following tips to help you design your ideal walk-in wardrobe:

Tips to Design the Perfect Walk-In Wardrobe

  • Design for Your Storage Needs

First of all, you must consider your personal needs when designing your ideal walk-in wardrobe. For example, consider whether this special place is only for you or whether you are going to share it with a partner. If it should accommodate two people, make sure you plan for two separate sections. Also, consider how much space you will need for both the full-length and half-length hanging spaces, shoe shelves, and accessories space. This will ensure you have the right space to store every single item you own. 

  • Go all the Way Up to the Ceiling

Getting sky-high storage means that your walk-in wardrobe will serve its purpose best – successfully store everything you have. Hence, to maximise storage space your perfect walk-in wardrobe should go right up to the ceiling. And, since the top shelf can be tricky to reach - especially if you don’t use a step ladder - use that space for storage boxes with linen, seasonal clothing items, something you don’t need on a day-to-day basis, or special pieces you wear rarely.

  • Include Smart Lighting Solutions

As a walk-in wardrobe is basically a closed-in design this means that no light can naturally brighten the space. Therefore, you need to consider lighting as one of the priorities when planning a walk-in wardrobe. Ensure you use the right lighting solutions, like overhead lights, internal lights, LED strip lighting, etc. to make every single inch of the space visible, especially at night. This is not a space where mood lighting is necessary, it needs to have practical and logical lighting. Another option is to use a sliding mirrored door which reflects light thus helps to brighten the space.

  • Choose Your Finishes Wisely 

Finally, the choice of both external and internal finishes can make a huge difference in the way your walk-in wardrobe looks. You may want your walk-in wardrobe to match your overall home design. For example, if your home design is rustic, your walk-in wardrobe might include baskets, wooden shelves, dried flower arrangements and vintage painted cabinetry handles. Or, if you prefer a more industrial style, you may opt for metal shelving solutions, metal handles, and even textured concrete finishes.

Now that you know the best way to design a walk-in wardrobe, it’s time you contact Urban Scene Construction and ensure you get the best possible service. We can’t wait to design a walk-in wardrobe that changes your life!

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