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What kind of wardrobe would work in my small bedroom?

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Wardrobes might not sound like the most exciting addition to your home, but when you consider how practical they need to be (as well as aesthetically pleasing), you'll start to see that the right wardrobe is an absolute necessity for your bedroom

Interior designers have always known that you don't need to sacrifice style for storage, as the two can be combined perfectly. We've been observing some of the more gorgeous and inspiring installations they've been curating in order to show you lots of amazing and covetable styles. 

If you keep meaning to update your wardrobe, don't do a thing until you see how you can create something really special!

1. Built-in perfection

 Dressing room by Canexel



With no lost space or wasted potential.

2. Conveniently located

Between the bedroom and en suite.

3. A perfectly lit and minimal design

With shelves up to the ceiling.

4. Custom carpentry

Makes this built-in example easy to mimic.

6. A small plasterboard wall

 Dressing room by TEKNIA ESTUDIO

Organiza tu ropa con un vestidor


Can cordon off a perfect wardrobe area.

7. Small but functional

These slim drawers are ideal for accessories.

8. Natural wood and a pop of colour

Make the perfect Scandinavian wardrobe.

9. Clever use of space

Makes a closet cupboard so functional.

10. Simple wooden shelving

Is all you really need.

11. Repurposing an attic space

 Dressing room by Valtorta srl
Valtorta srl

cabina armadio

Valtorta srl

Is a great way to get a dream walk-in wardrobe.

12. White furniture and bright lighting

Makes this effortlessly modern wardrobe a reality.

13. Take advantage of dead wall space

 Dressing room by Trestrastos

Vestidor con zona de costura.


As an inset wardrobe.

14. A small spare room can make a great wardrobe

Hanging rails keep it simple!

15. Your terrace box room

Can be easily repurposed as a walk-in wardrobe.

16. Natural wood and white

Will make for a luxurious dressing room.

17. A clothes rail

Makes a simple yet effective and stylish wardrobe alternative.

18. Wall-mounting a cabinet

Is a great way to get a wardrobe for less money. The colour pop here is fab!

19. For a minimal look

Keep your wardrobe bright white throughout.

20. Get creative with your organisation systems

To maximise a wardrobe space.

21. If you have a corner going to waste in your bedroom

 Dressing room by ERRASTI



This idea will inspire you!

22. A mix of hanging and drawer storage is clever

23. If you can sacrifice some bedroom space

This is a really inspiring project to copy!

24. A muted palette and natural materials

Make a walk-in wardrobe so much more elegant.

25. Practical location is key to a functional wardrobe

It makes sense to be close to the shower.

26. Do you love a little drama?

Then over the top lighting and a bold colour is definitely for you.

27. This is the ultimate wardrobe!

 Dressing room by homify

La casa di Massimo


Having a wall for everything means you'll never misplace anything again.

For extra wardrobe inspiration, take a look at this Ideabook: Your small wardrobe can actually be organised (we'll show you).

Which wardrobe style would work for you?
Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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