According to Feng Shui practitioners, in order to have a happy life, you should keep your home free from clutter. Nowadays there is a push to better organize closets and bedroom closet design ideas are being redesigned.
Not so long ago, walk-in closets were reserved for the rich and can only be found in the mansions of the rich and famous.
Now the walk-in closet is more accessible to everyone and is becoming evident in homes across the country. This article discusses some of the best wardrobe organization ideas that will help you organize your home and manage your dressing room perfectly.
You spend a lot of money on clothes and accessories. What better way to present your purchases than in a well-organized closet? If you take the time to plan a functional and thoughtful design, you can easily achieve the walk-in closet you have always dreamed of. Whether you have a lot of space to design the ideal wardrobe or a limited area, here you will find practical ideas for designing wardrobes for small and large spaces.
Choosing a cabinet shape
There are three classic forms of cabinet design:
The L-shape that spans two walls of the room leaves plenty of room to move around in.
The U-shape that allows for maximum storage by using all three walls.
The standard walk-in closet, perfect for smaller spaces, with his and her sides.
If you have more storage space, you can add a seating area to make it easier to try on shoes.
Lots of storage space
It is important to choose enough storage space for all types of items you may find in your closet. You not only need hanging rails, but also shelves and drawers for accessories. Having specific areas to store various items in your closet makes it easy to put your hands on each item you need without creating a mess and looking for missing clothes.
A combination of clothes rails, shelves, cupboards and drawers offers the best solution for organizing your wardrobe, stowing accessories away dust-free and safely and maintaining a clear appearance.
Remember to make the most of your space by using all of the available space from the floor to the ceiling. You can easily buy bins that fit on tall shelves, roll out boxes that fit under lower shelves, and the option of a third tall clothes rail for high ceilings are all ways to maximize your space.
Keep items that you rarely carry in less accessible places. When you have enough space, take them out of storage in attics and basements and keep them within the farthest reach of your closet.
To get the most out of your closet, you need to have enough light to properly see the items inside! Natural light is an option, however windows take up storage space on the wall and during the evening the light will make the inside of your closet very dark.
Artificial lighting is another option. However, choose fluorescent lights because they don’t get hot like a light bulb, which can be a fire hazard. Just remember to keep the light between you and your clothes rails so that shadows don’t fall on your clothes.
Decide how you want to use your closet
Take some time to think about how you want to store your clothes and plan your closet design accordingly. What items will you hang and which ones will you keep on the shelves? How much space in the drawer do you need for your underwear?
Keep the items you use most at eye level, while the less frequently worn items may be underneath and those that are hardly ever taken out at the highest level. Get the right balance between shelves and hanging rails to suit your needs.
Decide on a style
If you are looking for a neat, neat closet with neatly presented clothes, choosing a contemporary design is probably your best bet. Plan out your design and coordinate it so that your look is cohesive. Here are some popular styles to inspire you:
While you can choose any color for the interior of your walk-in closet, white is probably your best bet to show off your clothes effectively. With its clean and bright appearance, it maintains a clean new appearance for a long time.
While these are only useful in a larger room, they are ideal for adding to your storage. With lots of drawers and shelves, they’re the perfect place to store accessories. Trays placed on the surface are good for holding keys and change.
Ads of clothes and accessories
You don’t have to keep all of your items on drawers and shelves. Choose your most beautiful and fashionable items and present them in an innovative, beautiful and creative way. Choose from an assortment of shelves, floating ledges, bookcases, jewelry displays, and even mannequins so your favorite items can be easily displayed.
Having a seating area in your closet is a really good idea. To make it easier to try on clothes and shoes, it is also a useful place to lay out clothes before trying them on. Choosing an ottoman with an opening lid also increases your storage space. Choose a round ottoman for a larger closet or a narrow straight one if you have less space.
Don’t forget to consider the floor of your walk-in closet. A tile floor can be cold underfoot, so carpeting is a great choice if you’re looking for warmth or if you want easy cleaning, opt for wood or vinyl floors.
Every walk-in closet needs mirrors and lots of them! If you are limited on wall space, you can opt for mirrored doors which have the added bonus effect of creating the illusion of extra space by reflecting the light.
Don’t let clutter take over your home! Plan the perfect walk-in closet and see how the extra storage space can work for you!