Richmond, 1930's refurbishmentContemporary Wardrobe, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Display your accessoriesIf your handbags and shoes are all stashed away at the back of a wardrobe somewhere, consider bringing them out and displaying them where you can see them. After all, if they’re not organised or to hand, you can’t really enjoy them. Half the fun of owning these items is in the daily choosing of what goes with what, and if they rarely see the light of day, you may as well not have them. If you have the space, build in shelves on which you can display your items. If you’re a bit more pressed, designate some hooks for your handbag collection and keep it orderly. Maintain a clean area and everything will keep crease free and in the right shape.
Build a dedicated unitEveryone’s storage needs are different. Some have lots of handbags, others have racks of shoes or rows of ties. Consider your clothes and accessories and have a unit built bespoke, so everything has a home, and favourite items can be on display.