Walk In Wardrobe Installed In Grovedale Townhouse
We have installed walk in wardrobes in a few townhouses that were lucky enough to have a small area for this type of install. As per usual this small wardrobe areas contained was a high shelf and a hanging rail.
The most important thing for our client was maximising the space so effectively all her clothes fit including her shoes, hand bags and a safe for important documents.
Here’s what we do.
5 Space Saving Walk In Wardrobe Tricks
- Utilising the dead corners. We are able to join shelving in such a way that it allows easy access to clothing either with shelves or hanging options or both. Below you can see on one side there is a shelf plus full hanging and on the other corner (second image) there are a couple of shelves and three quarter hanging.
- Other ways we have used dead corners is with shoe carousels such as this example.
- Speaking of shoes another way shoes can be stored to save space is by incorporating narrow shelving. The shelf height can be adjusted allowing for an enormous amount of flexibility. This may seem simple but adding that flexibility to shoe storage allows you to get more shoes in and still see them displayed.
- Hanging options are a great way of utilising space. Most wardrobes have full hanging and thats it but with our system you can have half, three quarter of full hanging and dictate the amount of area each may use.
- Planning your unique wardrobe layout is the way to go. Organising your folded clothes, shoes, drawers, hanging requirements that includes pant/trouser racks, hand bags and storage items into the limited space you have is the challenge. You will be amazed at what you can fit in your walk in wardrobe (including a wardrobe safe).
A walk in wardrobe is practical and convenient and a great way of organising your clothes and maybe your partners. There are plenty of accessories available and it will last a life time or until you may move.
Thanks to Jackie for allowing us to photograph her home in Grovedale.