Walk in Wardrobe – A Guide
We’ve always dreamed of having the huge walk in wardrobe model that meets all of our fashion storage wishes. However, walking in wardrobes requires planning, and when built, there are many elements to consider.
Light it up: In a closet, lighting is a key aspect. Especially when it is built in a position where there is low natural lighting, it needs ample lighting. Dressing up requires bright lights so we can see what we’re wearing
Rod length: Allocate enough rod length to each person if you share the wardrobe with another person to prevent them from taking up your space.
Vanity: Design a vanity that fits into the wardrobe of your walk. Sacrifice some storage space and install make-up, jewelry, perfume, etc. in a mirror and wall. Allowing you to dress up everything in one place.
Mirrors: It is impractical to build a wardrobe without appropriate mirrors. Add as many mirrors as you want for both a complete and a smaller size. You need to know how to put together the suit.
Decoration: A wardrobe has a personality of its own. The wardrobe on a theme, depending on who it is for, like a room design. Soft colors with attractive accessories like a rug and wall decorations could be a more feminine wardrobe. While a male wardrobe may have a dark painted wood built in wardrobe or shades of gray to offer a more serious look.
Sitting: Trying on shoes or a couch can be a small bench built. Attach seats to the closet, however.
Create your own wardrobe if your budget doesn’t allow you to find showrooms that provide you with cheap items that you can mix and match to make the perfect wardrobe. You can’t customize this option to the maximum point.