We’ve all seen many walk-in wardrobe pictures and inspirations on Pinterest but have no idea which one to choose. Because… there is no place in your wardrobe to actually walk. Others have, random long cupboards and blocks of shelves that bring no aesthetic value. Let’s review some ideas for a walk-in wardrobe below.
Extra Room as Closet
If your HDB has a spare room, take the chance and turn it into a walk-in wardrobe. Customise each storage shelf to your needs – do you have more skirts, office shirts or pants? Each of these would work well with customised storage. Do you have any accessories you want to double up as display pieces? A walk-in wardrobe is really more than plain ‘ol clothes storage. Design and furnish your closet according to your needs.
Divide a Room
If you don’t have the luxury of a whole room to play with, a great idea is to divide your room by building partitions and creating a walk-in space within the room. This way you won’t have to find a new room for your closet and still have a nice wardrobe. Moreover, dividing a room for various purposes is a clever way to utilize space in your small apartment.
Usually, with a walk-in wardrobe, you can easily find all your belongings in one place. As it provides a complete view of your accessories, you can save time locating them. Moreover, it also makes your space look much bigger and wider. So, you can design your walk-in and add decorative features to furnish it and give a look that oozes with your own personality.
A walk-in provides plenty of storage. From bags, shoes, jewelry, clothes, suits, and all other accessories, a walk-in can hold everything you own, if you design it right.
Do you have a walk-in wardrobe? If you don’t, you might want to consider this as your next mini home makeover project!