Coming up with a proper plan to distribute the space in your home can be a daunting and challenging task. There are just so many things that you need to work out.
Certainly in the bedroom, one of the main considerations should be the space where you store you clothes, shoes and accessories. You could always go for simple fitted wardrobes, but if you can allow yourself the extra space, a walk in wardrobe is definitely far more advantageous.
A walk in wardrobe is naturally going to be more roomy than a fitted wardrobe, giving you the chance to store a lot more things in it. You can designate different areas of the walk in wardrobe for certain sets of clothing. For instance, you can have separate sections for work wear, formal wear and sportswear etc.
It’s a chance to build in storage that works for you, for example you could configure the space to allow for extra dedicated shoe storage – a must if you are a fashion loving shoe addict!
A walk in wardrobe may seem extravagant, but creating versatility is the key; if you can use the space to perform other functions, too, so much the better. For instance, you might be able to use the area to fold and iron your laundry, instead of having to do it in the middle of the living room.
Whether you opt for an open or closed layout, if you can fit in shelves and rails floor to ceiling, the extra storage capacity will enable you to store things that you only use occasionally as well as everyday items.
A good walk in wardrobe usually requires upwards of approximately 4 square metres, however any extra space in your home that can be utilised in this way is a bonus. Without doubt, a well designed walk in wardrobe can really maximise the storage capacity in your home, hide away clutter from view and solve many a storage dilemma.