Pause StudioContemporary Bedroom, Toronto
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
The freestanding wardrobeThe dominant item (after the bed) in most sleepspaces, an enormous wardrobe may offer plenty of storage, but its Narnia-like depths can become a dumping ground for unworn clothes and assorted clutter. An open rail system like this takes up a minimal amount of space, promotes tidiness and means you can actually see what clothes you have without needing to dive into the murky wardrobe depths.Remember, however, that dust can gather on clothes worn infrequently, so if you have a large collection, consider fitting a shelf above to shield them. This would be great for storing accessories such as bags, too.