It may not be as luxe as the examples shown but I can still boast that I have every girl’s dream- a walk-in wardrobe! The majority of us are guilty of owning one or two more bags/belts/pairs of shoes than necessary and if you are anything like me, you need lots of space to keep everything!
It goes without saying that a tidy, organised home helps to make life that little more stress-free by creating a calming atmosphere. Start in the bedroom by organising your clothes and putting them away an accessible, methodical manner. I’m not suggesting you become obsessive- a little mess never hurt anyone! If the space isn’t available for a walk-in wardrobe, why not invest in a wardrobe complete with inner selving and separated compartments? Try Ikea for some fabulous storage suggestions!
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Group clothes for ease, for example hang workwear together, keep knits folded and neatly piled, separate items by colour and function. This way, you know exactly what you have and where to find it. And after all, you have spent money on these items, so try to keep them tidy crinkle-free!
I really love the wardrobe below, the finish is so stylish and modern but in a traditional sort of way! I’m not so sure about the doors being clear, though. One advantage is that clear doors allow the wardrobe to become part of the room, thus creating the illusion of a bigger space. But then is there any need for a door at all? A disadvantage is that as some of the clothing is still on view, which has the potential to be not so pleasing on the eye. The layout is very much like walking into a clothing store- you can see where everything is straight away… no more rumaging for that special top!
The different compartments in the wardrobe below are really useful. I do think that it would benefit from a door though, to reflect and continue the simplicity in the room.
Who said a wardrobe is just for clothes? Hang your bags, too to make them easily accessible. Why not use small wall hooks to display jewellery and other small accessories!