6 Walk-In Wardrobes And Dressing Rooms For Shopping Addicts
Always wanted a walk-in wardrobe? We feel you.
These aren’t easy to configure – you might have to knock down a wall and combine two bedrooms in order to make sure you have enough space. But you know what they say: when there’s a will, there’s a way.
In the meantime, check out these 6 beautiful walk-in wardrobes and dressing rooms for some inspiration!
1. This Luxurious Looking Dressing Room
We love how opulent and luxurious-looking this dressing room is. The wardrobe itself is nothing special – it’s the small details (the gold-accented side table, the flowers, the furry throw) that make all the difference.
2. This Minimal Dressing Room With Plenty Of Light
If you (or your partner) spends a fair amount of time on skincare and makeup, you’ll want to make sure that your dressing room is conducive to that. Take this project, for example – the dressing table is built along the windows, so that there’s plenty of natural light coming in.
3. This Walk-In Wardrobe With More Storage Space Than You Could Ever Need
Low-key addicted to shopping, and have way too many clothes than you know what to do with? Go with floor-to-ceiling built in wardrobes, which help you maximise your space. It’s also a good choice to go for opaque doors instead of translucent/transparent ones (or open shelving), so that all your clutter is hidden away!
4. This Dressing Room Complete With A Hanging Rack
This setup is cozy, but you’ve got everything you need – including a space to hang selected items of clothing. If you like to pick out your clothes for the week, or plan ahead for special events and functions, consider incorporating something like this in your dressing space.
5. This Walk-In Wardrobe With A Combination Of Open And Closed Shelving
This wardrobe uses a combination of open and closed shelving to achieve a sleek, sophisticated look. This gives you the best of both worlds – you can display your prized possessions (handbags, watches, etc) on the open shelves, and keep your other items within the closed sections.
6. This Muji-esque Dressing Space
If you’re going for a Scandinavian/Muji/Japandi vibe, here’s some inspiration for you. White and light brown is a classic colour combination that you can’t go wrong with – and you can carve out a cozy nook that serves as a dressing table.
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