A well-designed closet is something that most people desire in their lives. However, whether you’re starting from scratch or altering an existing room, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. A luxurious closet does not have to be large. It’s more about following specific design principles and adding useful features. Focus on the appearance and functionality whether you have a large or tiny walk-in closet. Your unique style should be reflected in your dream closet, which can be done by introducing your favorite finishes, colors, and accessories. You want your room to feel expensive and elegant since a walk-in closet is a total indulgence, a place that will motivate you to look your best.
- Attention to Logistics and Practicality
The best style is often determined by the placement of the closet and the available space. It should provide you quick access to the contents and match the rest of your home’s decor. Take cabinetry all the way to the ceiling to make the most of every inch of vertical space. The most often used objects should be near eye level, with less frequently used items below and the least frequently used items well above. Ensure that the layout makes sense to you, as you’ll need to be able to locate your things fast.
Built-in lighting in key positions will highlight your clothing while also assisting you in finding items in dark regions. It is important to make sure that the shelves are adjustable and that the shoe shelves are inclined. If the room has a window, the area beneath it is ideal for built-in seats, which can also serve as additional storage. In terms of style, the budget is equally crucial. The closet will be less expensive if it has fewer doors and drawer fronts.
- Add Opulent Features
Full-length mirrors, light fixtures, in-cabinet lamps, fabric cabinet inserts, an island with a cosmetic refrigerator, safe, coffee station, packing tables, and gorgeous ornamental hardware are just a few of the luxurious touches. Ottomans, poufs, a settee, sofa, or bench can improve the design and ambiance of the room. Include floating shelves since they not only look elegant, but also make a room feel larger because they don’t have vertical panels like typical cabinets. Pull-out shelves with fabric lining and glass-fronted barriers also provide a boutique atmosphere.
The arrangement is crucial in order to maximize storage and clearances while giving the impression of a larger area. Hanging things should always be placed where there is depth, so that clothing does not protrude past the cabinet panels. Because people’s clothing is generally of varied heights, it’s useful to divide hanging items not only by style but also by length.
- Setting Up The Clothes
Think about how you want to exhibit your clothes: open or closed. In general, wardrobe doors are recommended, since they are more practical and keep garments dust-free and neat. It’s easier to organize your stuff by tops/dresses/trousers/skirts/coats, then by shoes. You can wander around your closet and piece together your outfit as you go, in this manner. You don’t have to waste time looking for various goods. Another alternative is to organize clothing by season in aisles, which is ideal for those who have a large closet and travel frequently.
It’s impossible to have too much storage. Because it takes up less depth, a lipped, tilted, sliding shoe shelf, for example, can hold a lot more shoes. A custom oval-shaped island with drawers and cabinets for extra storage will enhance your space because it will be the first thing you notice as you enter the closet and will serve as a terrific focus point that is also functional. Specific spaces for each item, such as a drawer for sunglasses, is a fantastic idea. It’s much easier to keep things tidy and find things when you’re getting dressed in a hurry if you establish a designated location for something and it’s well thought out.
Knowing your clothing and habits is the most important aspect to designing a closet. Snaidero, a Made in Italy firm steeped in craftsmanship and all-Italian design, aspires to combine design, uniqueness, and style to provide our customers with closets that are increasingly able to satisfy their wants and requirements.