Clothes, shoes, accessories and junk! That’s right, today we’re all about making the most of your wardrobe or dressing room. Generally, we use the wardrobe to store our clothes and shoes, but that doesn't mean storage has to be boring; fashion lovers should present their collection accordingly. So let’s look at some tips and designs to make you see your wardrobe in a new light, or maybe even inspire you to get a new one! Who knows…
In a transitional space between the master bedroom and bathroom, we find this dressing room. In this case, they've opted for an open design, that is, the cabinets have no doors and the open planned theme of the space is mimicked in the wardrobe. A nice touch to a for a nice finish.
If our weakness is shopping and fashion, a dressing room like this would be our best ally. Two walls made with sliding door wardrobes, that hide massive storage potential. As in the previous design, the white becomes the protagonist of the scene, combined with the warmth of the wood -a blank canvas for creating your own styles everyday!
This dressing wouldn't leave room for clutter: each of your clothes and accessories will be tucked away nicely. The dressing room is constructed of white and wood, on this occasion the full length mirror creates a sense of depth and the illusion of space.
Constructed of grey laminate and carpet flooring, this dressing stores clothes as if the costumes were on the set of a film. Background perspective, the space created by the mirror extends as if to infinity. A classy set up for a classy person.
If you have the room, think about setting your wardrobe into the wall. This approach can cut a lot of corners when it comes to visual satisfaction to will stay usable for a longer time; due to reduced wear and tear.
An open wardrobe looks great and lets you add an additional feature to your bedroom by displaying your clothing collection 24/7!