Every woman dreams of a walk-in closet or a wardrobe cabin. It keeps all your outfits readily available and gives you full access so you can lose yourself trying out new combinations with easy accessibility.
What’s in your closet reflects your personality – it showcases your personal taste. But did you know you can also customize the closet’s design to do the same?
Here are some tips on how you can customize your walk-in closet to suit your personality, fit all your clothes, and enhance the design of your bedroom and home in general.
What do you need from a walk-in closet?
Personalizing your closet means evaluating what you need. It’s easy to think that more space is always better, but you can actually do a lot with even the smallest walk-in closet. Your creativity goes a long way.
In other words, dial down your requirements to the fundamentals. What can’t you live without? You’d be surprised by how much effort and costs you can cut with this approach.
Note that we’re saying “enough” instead of “a lot.” That’s because your needs aren’t always astronomical. Many believe that increasing their space is the best solution, but it often results in unnecessary expenses.
Your wardrobe’s size isn’t as important as what you can do with it. Hangers and folded racks can open up your wardrobe cabin without changing its dimensions. Maximizing your walking space can turn even the smaller closets into private changing rooms.
Finally, consider where and how you want to keep your accessories. Instead of a drawer, you can use a small jewelry box over your shelves to save space. As for closet accessories, a mirror and small, well-placed lights can make any walk-in wardrobe a dream.
How can you personalize your walk-in closet?
Finally, there are ways you can make your walk-in closet customization easier, and the good news is that there’s no shortage of solutions available in the market. Here are some of the things you should consider:
Consider different storage types
Drawers, shelves, hangers, and baskets are only the basics for closet storage. Look at your space without any add-ons and map out what you can add to optimize your space and accessibility.
Decorate it like another room
Your walk-in closet is still a room, and you’ll likely spend lots of time there. There’s no reason not to give it some personality with paint and some decor. As long as it’s not cumbersome, infuse your wardrobe with character.
Rethink space and layouts
Reconsider your approach to wardrobe organization. Even if you don’t know how to measure rooms, make a basic drawing of your walk-in closet and look at what you can fit and where to maximize space.
Keep it practical
Don’t get carried away with your options. You still want this space to be accessible and easy to use. Try to stick to the fundamentals and ensure you’re not hindering your reach to the area and outfits.
If you’re looking for professional assistance to get your walk-in up and running, GF Interior System Milano offers a huge range of products and services. Owners Luca Guzzini and Gary Fontana can make your life more manageable thanks to their gorgeous collections that help you to create a unique wardrobe. Get in touch today!