5 things to include in your custom wardrobe
Check out our list of five things to include in your custom wardrobe design below.
Drawers can be an incredible space-saver across built-in wardrobes, dressing rooms and walk-in wardrobes. Having a mixture of deep drawers for clothing and shallow drawers for accessories and jewellery can help you to store your items neatly, while being able to easily access anything you need.
2. Shoe Racks
Never underestimate how many pairs of shoes you can collect over the years. Shoe racks can help you put your best foot forward by keeping your collection neat and organised, so you don’t have to waste time trying to find missing shoes in the morning.
While shoe racks are a great way to utilise floor space, you can also choose to display your footwear in custom cabinetry or boxes in your new wardrobe design. Whatever you choose, just be sure to leave enough space!
3. Ample Hanging Space
When you open up your wardrobe doors, it’s always nice to be greeted with plenty of hanging space. Ways to maximise your hanging space include:
- Sectioning your wardrobe space to accommodate for garments of different sizes. For example, having a single rail of hanging space for coats and dresses, and then a double rail for shirts, pants and skirts.
- Using flocked or other streamlined clothes hangers to take up less room (and create a uniform look).
- Using your new wardrobe drawers to store shorts, jumpers and t-shirts so you can save on hanging space.
- Staying on top of your items, either by sticking to a capsule wardrobe approach or de-cluttering items you no longer wear.
4. Storage Boxes for Overhead Shelves
Overhead shelving in wardrobes allows you to easily store your off-season clothing and accessories. By investing in storage boxes, you can keep everything nicely labelled and within close reach, so you can easily grab items throughout the year. This approach also frees up valuable hanging space, keeping your wardrobe feeling sleek, stylish and free from clutter.
5. The Perfect Lighting
Last, but definitely not least, you’ll want to make sure your wardrobe is well lit. This includes a mixture of LED lighting to brighten up the space as a whole, and then lighting strips or other options to light up specific areas of your wardrobe (such as display cases in dressing rooms). You’ll be amazed at what a difference the right lighting can make!
Bring your wardrobe design ideas to life
If you’ve been waiting to create the ultimate custom wardrobe, then now’s the time to make it happen. At Flexi, our experienced team will work closely with you to design your new wardrobe to suit your exact needs. From built-in robes to palatial dressing rooms, we’re here to add value through wardrobe designs both big and small.
Our team have proudly delivered quality wardrobe designs in different locations and suburbs across Perth, including Floreat, Dalkeith, Subiaco, Fremantle and beyond. For more inspiration, you can take a look at our online gallery, or visit our Flexi showrooms in Myaree and Joondalup. Contact us today to find out more.