Wardrobes

Posted by Ansab Mk on

The most convenient things in life are usually the hardest ones to get your hands on but, today more than ever, walk-in wardrobes have been increasingly making their way into our homes.

If you’re considering updating your home with wardrobes, this guide will take you through everything you need to know to create a storage solution that’s as stylish as it is practical…

A Brief Overview…

Wardrobes are both beautiful and practical, but they naturally occupy an entire room for the sole purposes of storing your clothes and making it easier for you to browse your collection of shoes and clothing. Alternatively, you could consider splitting a room, using a partition wall to create your wardrobes.  So, how do we choose a room that’s ideal for this? And which brands should we consider if we want something that fits well in modern environments? Let’s find out…

 

The Basics Of Wardrobes…

First and foremost, you need to figure out which room works best for the purpose at hand; space, layout, height, and the eventual presence of windows are all essential things to take into consideration. Consider the size of the space that you will need too, as while some people might prefer a luxury wardrobe, others might be satisfied with a smaller option.

Just like most things in luxury interior design, wardrobes are modular pieces that can be built from the ground up with different layouts and tastes in mind. All this freedom to choose means that you have total control over the result, but keep in mind these three things:

  1. Not all wardrobes are made equal; make sure to gather information and eventually choose the brand that best fits your needs. Have a look at our website for inspiration on this.
  2. Different brands sell different feelings!
  3. Quality matters; you need something that can store your clothes and your valuables for a lifetime, not something that gives up after a few years.

Keeping these three points in mind will help you make better decisions later on when it will finally be time to customise your wardrobe and create a perfect version of it.