By Zoey Radford. Closets And Wardrobes. Published at Monday, April 02nd, 2018 - 15:40:43 PM.
A walk in wardrobe is for those who need a lot of storage space, and these large wardrobes are basically a whole room dedicated to storing your stuff. A walk in wardrobe will usually be installed in a home before you purchase it, though you may be able to utilize extra space in a large room to create your own walk in wardrobe. These opulent wardrobes will ensure that you never have more items than you can store, and will be an excellent storage solution.
The first type of custom design wardrobe is called "bespoke". Bespoke design is a design that you and a wardrobe designer come up with together, and which is constructed by a local craftsman or workshop specifically for you. You are able to set the design, style, colors, and pattern of your wardrobe, and you are even able to select the wood that you want to use. Once you and your designer have agreed on a design for your wardrobe, the plans are sent off to a local craftsman to be made according to your request. If you want a wardrobe that will be according to very specific plans and dimensions, you may find that a bespoke design is exactly what you are looking for.
Take into account the important factors like the doors, what type of storage space you need, and what will be stored. Sliding doors are perfect for rooms with limited space, while hinged doors will require room to swing outwards. Do you need hanging space, drawer space, or just shelf space? Will you be storing only clothes, or will you be storing personal items in your wardrobe as well? All of these factors will be important in the wardrobe design of your custom wardrobe
Make sure that you choose a wardrobe that is of the right colour and size to complement the interiors of your home. Never buy a wardrobe or a cabinet solely because of the temptation of a low price tag. Make sure that you actually need a wardrobe and it has the right size and style to match the space.
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