Guide To Walk In Wardrobes

What is a Walk in Wardrobe?

This is a wardrobe or closet large enough to walk inside and move around. For many people, it’s a designated dressing area with enough room to store clothes on two or three sides. You can often find walk in wardrobes in premium or more spacious homes, although many new build homes are incorporating them in the master bedroom as standard.

Where a walk in closet was once seen as a luxury piece of bedroom furniture, today it is becoming an increasingly common feature which adds real value to the home. Not only do they look fantastic, but walk in robes can make great use of space and save prospective house buyers from installing new wardrobes themselves.Click walk in wardrobe.

The Benefits of Having a Walk in Closet

If you have enough space in your bedroom, it is well worth installing a walk in wardrobe. They are usually made from simple stud walls and are open to the rest of the bedroom to enable plenty of light into your dressing area. If you prefer to have a door to your wardrobe, you can add spotlights inside to create a soft and intimate ambiance while choosing your clothes.

The walls inside a walk in closet are fitted with a complete range of storage devices – including hanging rails, sliding drawers, shelves, shoe racks, tie racks and alcoves. They provide the maximum amount of storage space for neat organisation of all your clothes and accessories. Choosing a walk in closet also circumvents the imposing look of a standalone wardrobe.

A New Panelling System

There is a new panelling system for dressing rooms and walk in wardrobes offered by cutting edge interior design firms. It comprises a solid panel attached to the wall, with fixings from the back of the wall attached to the front shelves. The shelves also have side supports which act as counter levers to carry the weight of the shelves and the clothes on top. This ingenious wall panelling system allows very small spaces to become integral parts of walk in wardrobes, including attic rooms, sloping ceilings and awkward corners.

Where to Find Custom Walk-in Wardrobes

Inhouse Interiors is a leader in identifying cutting-edge fittings to add new functionality to classic and contemporary walk-in wardrobes. For a selection of stylish real-life results, take a look at the Inhouse Interiors website, a London-based fitted furniture company that can custom build the ideal walk-in wardrobe that changes the face of your bedroom.