A wardrobe is one of the most essential parts of the room that takes a huge chunk of your space. Even if you have a small room you can find multiple wardrobe types to fit in accordingly.
In order to utilize space effectively, you need to have a clear thought process about the type of wardrobe you want to have. To make the choice easier for you, let’s explain different wardrobe types that are available in the market.
An integrated wardrobe, as the name suggests, is integrated into the wall of the room. This type of wardrobe is perfect for people who do not want furniture taking a lot of space in their room. Depending on the amount of space available, an integrated wardrobe can provide ample room for storage.
Separate Standing Wardrobe
A separate standing wardrobe does not require any sort of fitting. It can be moved anywhere in the house. These wardrobes are readymade and can also be prepared on order. People usually go for this type of wardrobe if they have limited space. The best part about having this type of wardrobe is that you are not stuck with it for good, you can always change.
If luxury was a room, it would definitely be a walk-in wardrobe. Walk-in wardrobes/closets are the most spacious of the lot. If you have ample room in your space with heaps of clothes and shoes to store, there is nothing better than a walk-in wardrobe. Further, it makes the sorting of clothes easier as everything you have is right in front of you (no need to sift through piles of clothes at all).
The Door types:
The door type of wardrobe can completely change the look of the entire wardrobe. Similar to the interior doors, you have a plethora of options for the wardrobe door.
Hinged: Hinged wardrobe doors are very common. Working like conventional doors, the wardrobe door is fixed with hinges from one side.
Sliding: A sliding door is a modern take on an ordinary door. It is perfect for rooms that do not have a lot of space. The sliding door gives a contemporary feel to the room.
Planning a wardrobe is an integral part of having a well-planned house. Think your choices through and do not rush into reaching a decision. On a lighter note, there is always an option to improve, isn’t there?
Until next time!