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Wardrobe Ideas and Designs

Walk In wardrobe with shaker style doors
Walk In wardrobe with shaker style doors
Bravo London
Bright and crisp walk in wardrobe room by Bravo London
Classic wardrobe in Surrey.
HAMBALT ROAD - BEDROOM
HAMBALT ROAD - BEDROOM
Finch London
Polly Tootal
Inspiration for a large classic gender neutral standard wardrobe in London with medium hardwood flooring, recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets and beige floors.
Cosy House
Cosy House
Malone Architecture
Matt Spour Photographer
This is an example of a medium sized contemporary gender neutral walk-in wardrobe in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, carpet and beige floors.
The Friary Project
The Friary Project
Folds Inside Ltd
Our client wanted an open railed dressing room with a boutique shop vibe. We designed the layout to fit the space and house all clothes and shoes in a neat and organised fashion. Strong, contrasting colours were chosen for a impactful and contemporary look
Highgate Hill
Highgate Hill
LLI Design
This is an example of a medium sized contemporary gender neutral walk-in wardrobe in London with open cabinets, brown cabinets, light hardwood flooring and beige floors.
Mone
Mone
Olga Ashby Interiors
Design ideas for a contemporary wardrobe in Other.
Walk in Dressing Room
Walk in Dressing Room
Lynn Palmer Architects Ltd
Photo of a large contemporary walk-in wardrobe for men in Buckinghamshire with medium wood cabinets, brown floors, open cabinets and dark hardwood flooring.
Sloane Square
Sloane Square
GRANT WHITE DESIGN LTD
Jonathan Bond
Design ideas for a medium sized contemporary gender neutral walk-in wardrobe in London with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, light hardwood flooring and brown floors.
Victoria Project - Interior design services
Victoria Project - Interior design services
I.D Studio17
Project management & Build - Firfield Photography - Sean Nugent
Inspiration for a contemporary gender neutral dressing room in London with white cabinets.
Belsize Park
Belsize Park
Article Design Studio
Inspiration for a classic walk-in wardrobe for women in London with recessed-panel cabinets, beige cabinets, medium hardwood flooring and brown floors.
Wilmbledon family home
Wilmbledon family home
Turner Pocock
Inspiration for a traditional wardrobe in London.
Mulberry House, Berkshire
Mulberry House, Berkshire
Alexander James Interiors
Indulgent and utterly luxurious, we designed this bespoke glass display cabinet to take centre stage within this dressing area for 'her', the graceful armchairs adding another layer of elegance.
Coastal Home
Coastal Home
Katie Malik Interiors
Walk-in his and hers with variety of storage. Part of Master bedroom transformation.
Inspiration for a small contemporary gender neutral dressing room in Cambridgeshire with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and carpet.
Woodside Road
Woodside Road
S. A. W. Building Contractors Ltd.
Traditional gender neutral dressing room in Surrey with recessed-panel cabinets, beige cabinets, carpet and beige floors.
Bespoke Walk in Wardrobe
Bespoke Walk in Wardrobe
Visionary Lofts
Paulina Sobczak Photography
This is an example of a medium sized traditional gender neutral walk-in wardrobe in London with carpet, grey floors, shaker cabinets and white cabinets.
North Castle St
North Castle St
ZAC and ZAC - Photography
© ZAC and ZAC
Photo of a large traditional gender neutral dressing room in Edinburgh with recessed-panel cabinets, black cabinets, carpet and beige floors.
Edis Street
Edis Street
Zulufish
A Victorian terraced townhouse set over five storeys, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms on the upper two floors; a double drawing room, family room, snug, study and hall on the first and ground levels, and a utility room, nanny suite and kitchen-dining room leading to a garden on the lower level. Settling here from overseas, the owners of this house in Primrose Hill chose the area for its quintessentially English architecture and bohemian feel. They loved the property’s original features and wanted their new home to be light and spacious, with plenty of storage and an eclectic British feel. As self-confessed ‘culture vultures’, the couple’s art collection formed the basis of their home’s colour palette.
Contemporary Wardrobe
Contemporary Wardrobe
Inspiration for a contemporary wardrobe in London.
Wimbledon Village
Wimbledon Village
Moska Design and Style
In a haven of security and tranquillity this stunning six bedroom family home displays elegance and opulence at every turn. Complete with its own private leisure complex this newly built mansion in South West London was designed by a high end, award winning luxury property developer in which we gave the full ‘’turn-key’’ service. Opulent and sumptuous interiors provide the perfect atmosphere for both relaxed living and formal entertaining. The specification, furnishings and styling as well as a number of bespoke furniture and joinery pieces flow throughout the property providing dedicated areas to suit the modern day luxury lifestyle and standard of living.
Bedroom with Fire Place
Bedroom with Fire Place
Revelloyd Interiors
Inspiration for a traditional wardrobe in London.
With storage it’s a constant battle to keep your belongings in check and it probably seems like you never have enough. You may be lucky enough to live in a carefully thought out home with plenty of built-in wardrobes and maybe even a walk-in wardrobe, or already have kitted out your home with drawers, racks and baskets, but if not then there are plenty of smart and flexible storage and wardrobe designs available.

Think carefully about what you need to stow away before you design your wardrobe and consider the full range of options: fitted or free-standing, walk-in or built-in wardrobe? Chest of drawers or display shelving? Storage boxes or baskets? Trust us, it may seem like a lot of preparation but when everything has its place, the joy of living in a tidy, clutter-free home will make it all seem worth it!

Should I choose freestanding furniture or fitted wardrobes for my bedroom?


For most rooms, built-in wardrobes will offer the most efficient of storage space. As well as providing generous storage room, fitted wardrobe options will lend a sleek and uniform appearance to rooms of any proportion compared to freestanding small wardrobes. With built-in wardrobes, particularly modular storage styles, you also have the advantage of fitting it out internally (think drawer partitions, shoe racks, storage boxes, vacuum storage bags, tie racks etc.) while appearing totally discreet on the outside. Just bear in mind that fitted wardrobes will reduce the flexibility of the room and limit your ability to alter your layout later. Freestanding wardrobes, on the other hand, can add character and give you more flexibility for your space than a fitted wardrobe would. If you don’t have tons of clothes and accessories, one freestanding small wardrobe will probably do the trick. In a period home, the alcoves on either side of the chimney breast may as well have been made for wardrobes and bookcases, so make the most of them if you have them, whether that’s hiring a company to install a fitted wardrobe or finding one or two freestanding wardrobes to slot into the space.

Should I convert a spare bedroom into a walk-in wardrobe?


Walk-in wardrobes or dressing rooms are the ultimate luxury and if you have a small, single bedroom or unloved office space then it can be a great opportunity to create your dream wardrobe. Not got an extra room? You might be able to carve a walk-in wardrobe out of your bedroom; long or L-shaped bedrooms in particular can easily be divided to create a separate clothes storage space. When designing your walk-in wardrobe it’s important to account for the different kinds of clothes storage you will need before you begin designing – consider rails and shelves for hanging and folded garments, racks of storage for shoes and bags, and cabinets or drawers for smaller items such as jewellery and makeup. If you will be sharing your wardrobe with your other half, don’t forget to account for their needs as well! A walk-in wardrobe will afford you more space than small wardrobes but you need to keep enough floor space clear to allow you to navigate easily around your clothes. Companies that offer built-in wardrobes for bedrooms will also be able to fit out your walk-in wardrobe, too, and will be experienced at fitting in the perfect storage for the space. You might want to use sliding doors which can allow you to decrease the total space needed to create the wardrobe of your dreams.

Whether you’re looking for ingenious ideas for space saving storage like small wardrobes, bespoke fitted wardrobe ideas or impressive walk-in wardrobe designs, you can find them all here on Houzz. Browse the wardrobe section to find beautiful wardrobe designs and discover other storage solutions by looking through the various rooms and searching for specific storage products.

Whether you want inspiration for planning a wardrobe renovation or are building a designer wardrobe from scratch, Houzz has 144,765 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Katie Malik Interiors and Article Design Studio. Look through wardrobe photos in different colours and styles and when you find a wardrobe design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful wardrobe ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.
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