Draw inspiration from these 8 homes with well-designed walk-in wardrobes
27 April 2016
A walk-in wardrobe is a luxury many would love to have. While space can often be a constraint, some creative partitioning may be all it takes for you to have the closet of your dreams. Here are 8 homes with well-designed walk-in wardrobes to draw inspiration from.
By Deborah Jane Goon
Design by Neu Konceptz
The walk-in wardrobe in the master bedroom is carved out from a second bedroom that has been merged to become one cohesive space. It allows the owners enough privacy to keep their clothes hidden from visitors while giving them easy access to the wardrobe.
Design by Home Journal
The owners of this home chose to separate their bedroom from the walk-in wardrobe area using glass doors and windows. As the wardrobe room behind the bedroom is constructed in the same industrial theme, it also doubles up as a unique backdrop.
Design by Weiken.com
This open-concept wardrobe is just the right size for regular HDB flats. The spacious layout means that the wardrobe area will be well ventilated and have ample room for you to get dressed in there. The partition also doubles up as a full-length mirror, saving space and creating an illusion of bigger area.
Design by Space Vision Design
Why not use the walk-in wardrobe to showcase your beautiful collection of designer bags? Open shelves can be used to display accessories for easy reach during rushed mornings. These shelves also work for items that are usually folded like towels, sheets or even sweaters. Install glass doors to keep dust out for easy maintenance!
Design by The Interior Place
If you have the room to expand your wardrobe, do it in style. This walk-in wardrobe with a full-length glass partition looks like a luxury fashion boutique. A swing door has also been installed to keep humidity and moisture out. Add an extra touch of sophistication with an island dresser to store watches, jewellery and other accessories.
Design by Linear Space Concepts
Drawing inspiration from school lockers, this walk-in wardrobe is not just fun but practical as well. By building floor-to-ceiling cupboards, the homeowners are able to maximize the space they have. Doors allow the walk-in area to look neater and there is less pressure to maintain a well-arranged closet. The wardrobe is separated from the bedroom by a curtain instead of another door, which is a cost-effective solution.
Design by Posh Home
This wardrobe is the stand-out feature in this home where one has to walk through this space in order to gain access into the concealed master bedroom. This one-of-a-kind walk-in wardrobe was constructed from wooden boards and water pipes for an edgy, raw look. The spacious walk-in wardrobe allows for ample storage space and also room for nice decorative touches like a leather rug and chair.
Design by LAANK
Strategically placed next to the master bathroom, this brilliant concept ensures maximum privacy and efficiency as you can go from shower stall to wardrobe with a few quick steps. The ample shelving and galley design of this walk-in wardrobe allows maximum storage. The cove lighting within the wardrobe is an elegant and practical feature to consider.
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