Kentish TownContemporary Wardrobe, London
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Take alternate stepsWhere there’s limited horizontal space to fit in a properly formed staircase, one solution is what is known as an ‘alternate step stair’. The theory of these is that as you walk on alternate feet for each step, so it’s only necessary to provide a step on alternate sides as you go up. Most of these look pretty clunky to my eyes but, as this image shows, they can be nicely designed and really quite cool to look at. However, depending on the use of the loft, they are not always acceptable as a means of escape, so check your Building Regulations, and make sure that whoever will be using the staircase will be comfortable navigating steps of this type.
Make use of awkward spacesThe beauty of having built-in wardrobes is that you can make use of every inch of even an awkward space. Simple shelves can be added to tight corners, rails can positioned to accommodate your exact requirements, with extra height for long items, and drawers can be added underneath.Explore 10 more clever ways to boost your bedroom storage