London Loft ApartmentTransitional Wardrobe, London

Petr Krejci

Inspiration for a traditional gender neutral dressing room in London with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets and carpet. —  Houzz
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Sophie Baylis added this to Maximise Every Inch of Storage Space with a Walk-in Wardrobe28 November 2016

Stay on budgetYou don’t need to spend a fortune on a walk-in wardrobe. If your budget is tight, look to companies with DIY collections. You’ll be able to mix and match storage to suit your budget and space. With everything priced individually, you can keep an eye on what you’re spending. A step up from this is to choose pieces from an existing range, something a number of bedroom retailers will provide. In this instance, design experts will measure up for you, discuss what you plan to store in your walk-in wardrobe and consider your lifestyle, before producing a drawing using items available in their range.

Jo Simmons added this to Houzz Tour: Smart Design Boosts Space in a Small Upstairs Flat7 September 2015

Thott then linked the bedroom to the space next door by taking out a wall and fitting French doors instead. This is now a walk-in wardrobe. ‘It could change its role, though, working as an office, a baby’s room or somewhere for guests,’ says Thott. ‘That’s the way London living is going to go, I think. You may not be able to get the two-bed flat you want, so it’s about making space flexible and making it work for you.’The doors are 18th-century vintage French designs. ‘They give this top floor Victorian flat the feel of a loft,’ says Thott.Walk-in wardrobe fittings, Tisettanta.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Naomi R added this to Specific ideas2 November 2021

Dressing room/walk-in wardrobe with space for a chair & ideally natural light

gilliantrousdale added this to Dressing Room27 March 2021

Too simple - need shelf across the top?

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