A very large modern interior view of a contemporary and expansive woman’s walk in wardrobe. A central table, copious amounts of hanger and cupboard space and even a settee for pondering your next outfit.
Wardrobes, especially walk in wardrobes needn’t be staid and boring. Sure they may be a room that is out of sight to most visitors to your home, but its still a room you will visit several times during a day, so doesn’t it deserve a reasonable amount of attention from you when it comes to making it look good?
Depending on your home, you may have a simple wardrobe that is no more than a cupboard behind a bedroom door, or perhaps, your home has an abundance of floor area and your walk in wardrobe is as big as some people’s master bedrooms. Whatever size wardrobe you have in your home, make sure you invest in it wisely. Design it so that it is truly an organisation masterpiece. By that we mean, make the most of the space you have available to you. You can often achieve success with this if you involve a wardrobe company or consultant to help you fit out your wardrobe area with shelves, hangers, cupboards and even mirrors. This will help you keep the area tidy and organised, so next time you go looking for that piece of clothing, it will right at your finger tips.
This gallery page shows a selection of walk in wardrobes, their styles, their fittings and their layout. You should glean a few good ideas from these that you can hopefully utilise in your own home.