Are you a serial hoarder or do you have all your outfits perfectly planned? The dimensions of your walk-in wardrobe depend a lot on your passion for clothing. Before you begin planning the project, our advice is to take some time to consider your wardrobe - both current and future - by answering questions such as:
Rationalising is the first important step to determine the overall bulk of the clothing to hang or fold, and hence the dimensions of a functional walk-in wardrobe.
Once you have established what your requirements are, you will need to check the feasibility of the project, consequently considering various options:
Do you have an extra room, yet to be furnished? Turning a spare room into a walk-in wardrobe is the ideal solution to build your own glamorous dressing room, to try on the day’s outfits without being disturbed.
For the sake of convenience and available floor space, do you prefer having your walk-in wardrobe right in your bedroom? Depending on the layout of your bedroom, you can opt for linear or corner projects or even free-standing solutions, tailoring the custom-sized structure for your clothing and accessories.
Would a walk-in wardrobe be too bulky? A valid alternative is to make the most of the vertical space, fitting large cabinets with visible modules, to satisfy a fashion addict, or closed if you prefer your wardrobe neat and tidy.
Now comes the fun part: it’s time to think about how to divide up and accessorise the interiors of your walk-in wardrobe. Here are some options:
Take the time you need to plan your project thoroughly so that you can create a space that is functional, organised and attractive: with the help of Scavolini furnishing experts, you’ll have a custom-sized walk-in wardrobe with bespoke modularity and finishes to adapt to any setting!