How to plan a walk-in wardrobe for your home?

Having your dressing room is the dream of almost all women. Not only because it is imperative to have a separate room in their own “rooms” for their favorite clothes, bags, and shoes but also because it frees the bedroom from oppressive furniture such as a large wardrobe. This woman’s dream can easily be realized when building a house, as you usually have leeway when planning a floor plan. But learning the invention can also be done in any other room. Today, it is possible to bespoke walk-in wardrobes according to your coteries and the room size. Modern space-saving solutions allow you to accommodate all your belongings while concealing the presence of an extra space. 

The first steps of planning

When planning a dressing room, the first question that comes to mind is its space. Ideally, you will be left with a small room suitable for your dream dressing room. But a large enough bedroom or hallway can also have enough space to accommodate a walk-in wardrobe.

Don’t have an extra room? No problem, because many ideas can be used to integrate a walk-in wardrobe into a room. For example, some modular systems have smooth sliding doors made of glass or wood that elegantly separate the wardrobe area from the rest of the room.

How to plan a walk-in wardrobe for your home?


Some of the main criteria for a walk-in wardrobe layout include:

  • The internal layout is the most essential thing in your dressing room. When it comes to furnishings, your personal preferences play a role: if you have a lot of jackets and dresses, long clothes hangers will be an advantage. Shelves are more critical if your wardrobe consists mainly of jumpers and T-shirts. If you want to accommodate a lot of ties or belts, you especially need drawers with dividers. There are also practical holders for handbags and hats.
  • Light, neutral colors such as beige, white, or gray are an advantage when choosing colors. They are timeless and don’t distract from your wardrobe. Dark wood can look elegant, but it is more recommended for larger rooms as it visually makes them look smaller.
  • Lighting is not only crucial for making sure everything is visible in the wardrobe, but it also creates a pleasant atmosphere. LED strips on the back wall or bottom of shelves are practical because they are virtually invisible and do not generate heat. Glass surfaces are exquisite because light can reach deeper levels through them.

You can entrust the planning of the dressing room to professionals. Specialists know how to use every corner of the free space rationally. You can save time searching for the correct details and get the perfect option to meet your needs. 

Where to place the dressing room?

A separate room for all your clothes, bags, shoes and accessories is perfect and worth considering if you’re looking for a flat. A small room is often enough for this, as clever control systems and the right organization can make the best use of space, even in small rooms.

The location of other strategically essential rooms is also worth considering when choosing the fitting room, especially for a new build. For example, where is the bedroom? Where is the bathroom? What are the daily routines like? Where are the easily visible windows? Ideally, the dressing room should be near the bedroom or bathroom, not lead you half-naked through the kitchen or stairwells. Proximity to the kitchen is also an insignificant factor – after all, we want our clothes to smell different from yesterday’s lunch.

Incidentally, the windows in the dressing room should not only be considered because of prying eyes from the neighbors. The light can also affect your clothes and cause them to fade. You can remedy this with the correct alignment of your wardrobe, curtains, or unique films that filter the UV light.

If you need a separate dressing room, you need to look for other solutions. A small area in a hallway or an unused nook can easily be turned into an open closet.

In larger rooms such as a bedroom, you can use partitions such as beautiful screens or simple plasterboard to create a small area, storing clothes clearly and openly.

When planning your wardrobe, combining a dressing room and a study may be possible. So why not expand and remodel your existing office and use part of it as a walk-in wardrobe? If you want to integrate your walk-in closet into an already furnished room, remember that it can take up space and peace. An open wardrobe, especially in a bedroom, can cause anxiety and disrupt your sleep, so you should also consider the additional exposure to dust.

A cloakroom is an excellent option for storing things, which will help to avoid bulky wardrobes and maximize the use of every centimeter of free space.



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