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Designing your Master Bedroom Closet

Jun 23rd 2015 at 3:12 AM

The closet of the master bedroom of almost everyone’s home is larger than closets in any other room, which provides many design opportunities for creative people. There are plenty of design ideas for ambitious people to try. The most popular option in this category is built in wardrobes.

Today’s busy pace of life demands a versatile storage option in one central location that allows easy access of commodities. This calls for the maximisation of living space whilst maintaining a sense of organisation coupled with the ease of access to all your necessities. For this reason, more and more people are moving towards built in closet designs.

The major advantage of built in design is its ability to fully utilise the available space. Finding good furniture to fit your location is difficult and usually makes you compromise on some elements. Also, if you want to fully utilise the length of your room, you need to practically consider the size and angles. Your carpenter may not be able to assemble the furniture in its standing position if you ask for full length closet. A pre-designed storage would not work, but a full-height unit can practically fit your space. Herein, custom-made units can offer a good choice. If your service provider offers bespoke built in wardrobes designs, you may have endless possibilities.

Tailor-made solutions are also best for irregularly shaped rooms. Bespoke designs suit the profile of the location and make good use of all available storage space. Thus, it creates an appealing design with no unsightly gaps.

Having a built-in wardrobe designed provides you an opportunity to fine-tune your bedroom closet in a personalised way. For instance, a woman’s closet requirements vary significantly from a man’s. Women may require provisions for long hanging dresses, but men may need space for ironed clothes. Also, women may need more segregated space for categorically placing their dresses – evening gowns, formals, casuals, jewellery, accessories, shirts, sweaters and shoes too. Choices may vary, so do the design options.

The full-height units also help in accommodating bedding supplies and storage containers or any other asset that is used sparingly. Of course, having built the wardrobe to your specification is a big plus. Here, you can also incorporate your personal ideas to make a wardrobe fit your space not only practically, but also visually. You can either make it the focal point of your room or keep it simple to blend into your room’s décor seamlessly. Built in wardrobes designs provide you ultimate opportunities to enhance the visual appeal of your room while keeping your commodities appropriately organised.

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