If you have an empty space in your home and you aren't quite sure know how best to utilise it, turning it into a personal dressing room may be the answer. It is indeed a practical and modern solution to accommodate your clothing collections, your pairs of shoes as well as your accessories. Elegant as a separate room or in an adjoining room, a personal dressing room allows one to arrange all types of outfits in a perfectly orderly manner. It can also save a considerable amount of space since wardrobes and drawers previously used to store your clothes will be made redundant. In order to set up a dressing room in your home, here are some tips that will make your task easier.
Install a bespoke dressing room
There are dressing rooms of all sizes, which can be easily adapted to the space available in your home. If you love modular walk-in closets, you might well be tempted by the thought of installing a custom-made walk-in closet. It will require more work (and more expensive if you decide to use the services of a professional for this), but you will enjoy a storage space perfectly suited to your home.
If you do decide to install your own custom dressing, be careful not to underestimate the dimensions! A dressing room is not a simple type of storage as a built-in wardrobe. It is a real living space, in which you can try different outfits and get dressed. Allow enough room to move, with a minimum gap of about 150 cm between the largest storage spaces.
Evaluate your storage needs
The installation of a dressing depends primarily on your needs for storage space. To define the ideal size of your future dressing room, first, take the time to inventory your clothes and accessories. You will then be certain about the number of storage spaces you will need to install in your new dressing room. Remember that some clothes will hang from rails and that space is needed for belts, jewellery and accessories. Compartments may also be provided for shoes.
Setup your dressing room
Of course, the layout of your dressing room is a matter of personal taste. You could furnish it, for example, with a comfortable seat, mirrors of different sizes or even a dressmaker's mannequin. Don't forget to think about installing adequate lighting. To avoid wasting space unnecessarily, opt for a sliding door. In the same vein, wardrobes can be fitted to ceiling height