Kensington town houseContemporary Wardrobe, London
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Drawers are generally more expensive than shelves, so folding garments that won’t easily crease and stacking them on shelves is one pocket-friendly solution. Kharkovoi suggests investing in the finish of the doors and using simpler materials for the carcass. “Never compromise on the quality of hinges, drawer runners and handles,” he says.
Figure out the best solution for cornersAs tricky as corners are in general, they manage to be even more complicated in wardrobes. There’s usually less space to work with.The best approach is to utilise as much space as possible; you can never have enough storage for your clothing. Corner shelves allow you to do just that. You can use them to hang clothes or store bags and suitcases. They also create a more seamless wardrobe design.
Think about lightingIn this luxurious walk-in wardrobe, every spare centimetre of space has been used. As there’s no natural light and the wood is quite dark, LED strip lighting has been installed, so the owners can quickly see what they’re looking for. No doors have been fitted, again for quick access, but you may want to add sliding doors to some units where bulky or unsightly items are stored, or where items that aren’t used that often are stashed.Discover thousands of great walk-in wardrobes in our wardrobe photos section.