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19 stylish wardrobe ideas suited to small spaces

Amy Buxton Amy Buxton
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When you're dealing with a full house, you know the importance of having the right storage in place and enough of it. The question is, what are the right wardrobes to invest in?

We've found some brilliant furniture that will add a wealth of clothing storage potential to even the most chockablock family or small home, so take a look and see if there is anything that would fit your space perfectly. But remember, your bedroom is your only retreat so try not to overload it!

1. You don't have to have doors on your cupboards if you don't want. It might be easier not to if you're not awake in the mornings!

2. Tall but shallow wardrobes work well in a more petite bedroom

3. Go a little funky and mix up the shelves for some serious storage style points

4. Hidden wardrobes allow you to keep nosey parkers out. This is perfect for Christmas present hiding, as well as shoe organising

5. Use every corner and the full height of your free space to build something custom

6. Super stealthy cupboards offer grown up storage potential and help you take advantage of wasted corners

7. A bed with integrated storage is perfect, for a teen so build on up!

8. Your bedroom is often an untapped storage goldmine. Break through into those wall cavities!

9. Even a blank wall can offer a huge amount of potential! Simply get some hooks on it

10. Fully integrated storage is fantastic for small homes that need to be adaptive

11. Kids will love this take on a mini walk-in wardrobe. The floor lighting is so cool!

modern Dressing room by ERRASTI
ERRASTI

VESTIDOR EN DORMITORIO PRINCIPAL.

ERRASTI

12. Don't forget to innovate as you store. These drop-down rails make it easy to grab what you need before work

modern Dressing room by Trestrastos
Trestrastos

Vestidor con zona de costura.

Trestrastos

13. If you have the space, make your wardrobe a real feature by opting for beautiful pieces

14. Hidden clothing storage is amazing for creating the illusion that your whole brood is tidy and clean

15. Always look to accommodate the things that are most important to you and your family. Jumpers can go in a drawer but hats need a shelf (with lighting!)

16. Loft spaces make great walk-in wardrobes as you can tailor your cabinets to the roof slope. Plus, you can have a space big enough for the whole family

17. This little slice of heaven must be a real treat to get ready in each morning and you can simply hide it away behind the curtain

18. Floating storage will keep your bedroom floor space looking large and clear

19. The simplest solutions can be the best. A freestanding, movable wardrobe is a good investment

For more wardrobe inspiration, take a look at this Ideabook: 21 Creative Wardrobe Ideas You Can Copy In Your Home.

Which design could help tame your wardrobe?
Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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