The Importance of Planning for a Functional Walk-in Wardrobe

Having space for a walk-in wardrobe is a luxury, so it is essential to plan your area well to ensure it turns out exactly as you’d hoped: housing all your clothes and accessories perfectly. With careful planning, creating a walk-in wardrobe in conjunction with our professional team will be a joy and will deliver results you’ll be delighted with for years to come.

Take Stock of Your Clothes

Before planning your walk-in wardrobe, it’s crucial to look at how many clothes you have and what type of clothes these are. For example, do you have a lot of maxi dresses that need full length hanging space? Do you have lots of jeans that need drawer or shelf space? Or do you have lots of jackets that need half hanging space? Knowing what you have, how much space it will take up, and what kind of space it needs is vital to planning the right walk-in wardrobe.

Look at All Your Accessories

After you’ve taken stock of your clothes and what type of storage you need for them, you should look at all your accessories. Accessories include shoes, handbags, belts, jewellery, scarf, hats, and any other accessories you might have. Once you know what you have, we can help plan the proper storage to ensure tidiness and functionality. This design may include specially designed shoe storage, dedicated drawers for underwear and socks, jewellery drawers for all your favourite sparkly bits and watches, and so much more. Seeing and finding these items quickly and efficiently will make getting ready in the morning a joy and make the process faster.

Who is Using the Wardrobe?

If you plan to share your new walk-in wardrobe with your partner, have a chat about how much space you both need. This information will help us design your wardrobe correctly for your specific requirements.

Use the Full Height of the Room

One great thing about a walk-in wardrobe is that you can use the full height of a room. Using the full height means you can use space up high for storage. Out-of-the-way storage can be used for suitcases, sports equipment that isn’t used regularly, shoes worn infrequently and other similar items. We can also install pull down hanging rails that can utilise hard-to-reach spaces.

Our team will work with you to create the perfect walk-in wardrobe for your home and your needs. Arrange a visit from one of our consultants to your home at a time that suits you for a free, no-obligation design and consultation. Call now on 0117 973 8100, email or fill in the form on our website.

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