The usefulness and functionality of a bedroom with wardrobes at home is essential to maintain order in an elegant and aesthetic way.

When the seasons change, it’s time to reorganize your wardrobe. Spring has sprung and the good weather has arrived, and now is just the right time to tidy up our wardrobes, switching coats, jackets and jumpers with lighter and more breathable clothing, in linen, cotton and silk.

Essential elements of a wardrobe

To design a walk-in wardrobe, the first thing to consider is the space available and the specific needs of the user, so the wardrobe can be arranged and laid out as ideally as possible.

With regard to the aesthetics of the walk-in wardrobe, there is a series of essential elements that will determine the layout and appearance of the room and the wardrobe:

– The finishes of the walk-in wardrobe. There is a wide variety of materials that can be applied to the composition of the wardrobe or dressing room. The most common include wood, laminates and stratified, all of them in their different finishes (lacquer, matt, gloss, etc.). But we can also apply more daring materials to our design, such as different metals, glass, mirrors and even mineral composites, such as Krion® Solid.
– The color of the glass. When we choose to install glass doors for our wardrobe, we must take into account the level of opacity of the glass. Its degree of transparency will allow the interior of the wardrobe to on show, to a greater or lesser extent, affecting the sense of depth and order of the space. It is therefore important to carefully consider if we are going to install transparent, translucent or completely opaque glass.
– The lighting inside the walk-in wardrobe. Including integrated lighting fixtures inside the wardrobe can be a very practical solution. These extra light sources provide greater visibility to the interior, improving our experience and also helping us to keep things tidy.
– The doorssliding or folding. The choice of doors depends, to a large extent, on the dimensions of our wardrobe. While folding doors require more free space for opening, sliding options offer clean access to the interior, even in small spaces. A third option to consider in the configuration of our walk-in wardrobe is not having any doors at all. The result is an open interior, always in view, with the garments always within easy reach.

How do I organize a wardrobe?

Straight lines and large storage capacity define the concept of a walk-in wardrobe, especially those of an industrial type, where functionality plays a fundamental role.

The removal of doors and vertical panels gives the ensemble a powerful sense of visual lightness, making the walk-in wardrobe an elegant piece of furniture that blends in with its surroundings. By simplifying all decorative elements, this type of wardrobe conveys a sense of order and organization at a glance.

Tips for organizing the wardrobe

Here are some tips on how to organize a wardrobe:

– Place the clothes you wear most often at the front. Our main piece of advice would be to store the garments you only wear occasionally at the back of your wardrobe, and place your more everyday pieces where you can see them best.
– Organize your clothes by colors or textures. This will save space in your walk-in wardrobe. If you store all your woolen jumpers together, it will be easier to find them later.
– Use hangers for shirts, jackets, trousers and skirts, and always hang them in the same direction. Use the correct hanger for each garment type.
– Include spacers in the main drawers to store smaller garments, such as socks, scarves, ties or underwear.
– Add square or rectangular boxes that you can put at the top or back of the wardrobe. They will serve as an extra storage.
– Set aside an area in the walk-in wardrobe for bags, hats and other everyday accessories. And, as far as possible, save space for suits, long dresses, delicate garments or items that require special care.
– Don’t forget to install mirrors and other decorative elements—such as design books, paintings or lamps—that will make the space more pleasant, comfortable and functional.

The width, height and depth of the space available provide for different types of wardrobes: linear, U-Shaped, L-shaped or facing units. On the other hand, a sofa, a table, an island or a divan can be the perfect complement to a room such as an open wardrobe or dressing room.

The perfect shoe organizer in a wardrobe

An important factor in keeping shoes in perfect condition is storing them correctly. Here are some useful tips to transform your wardrobe into the perfect organizer for your shoes.

  • Take out all the shoes you have. Make the most of the time and select the pairs you will use. Donate or recycle any discarded shoes.
  • Sort by category. Think about which sorting helps you to display your shoes more visibly. An initial classification could be by season: spring & summer and autumn & winter.
  • Place shoes according to their use. Keep those you use most frequently on hand. Wardrobes need to be organized according to your personal needs. Place shoes for special occasions in less accessible areas.
  • Remember that heavier shoes should be placed on the lower shelves. Lighter shoes, on the other hand, can be placed on the upper shelves.

If you have space available for your shoes, it is best to store them in their original boxes. This way you will preserve them better and they will last longer. If you have less space, shoe racks or a shoe organizer in your wardrobe will help you store your shoes and maximize space.

Get the most out of your walk-in wardrobe

In conclusion, to design a functional, attractive walk-in wardrobe, the layout, finishes, lighting and type of doors all need to be taken into account; without losing sight of your personal needs. A well-organised wardrobe will allow you to make better use of space and make it more comfortable and practical.

Contact us today and find out all the walk-in wardrobe models and all the possibilities of customizable wardrobes.

Text: Porcelanosa