Build a walk-in wardrobe yourself - we help you!
Who of you, dear ladies, wants to build a walk-in wardrobe yourself? May I guess the number - all, right? Dressing rooms are all fashion-conscious women, stars, actresses and divas. Why not you? It's not just about financial options, which excuse most women call.
It's more about expressing your sense of style.
It's also not a question of having too much living space, because you can separate a small corner and turn it into a stylish walk-in wardrobe.
You probably do not have as many high heels as Eva Longoria (at the top of the picture) and you do not need a whole room for your pumps, right? A compact shoe rack can store your shoes and still require very little space. Let's take a look at the following examples and discuss the nuts and bolts of a practical and modern dressing room.
Dressing room set up - which are the most important pieces of furniture that you should get?
The example above has simply fascinated me with its elegance and stylish accents in silver and gold. The dressmaker doll adds a special charm and everything fits together perfectly, do not you think so? The picture does not really show the complete dressing room. This small corner exudes cosiness and charm in large quantities. The shoe rack, the dresser, which serves as a dressing table, and the seat cushion belong together and take up little space. All accessories are also conveniently stored, so they are compact and orderly.
Stylish decisions in the dressing room
A space-saving clothes rack is often the solution for the young ladies
Both examples above and below show how easy it can be to plan a walk-in wardrobe. First, determine the area that you can "sacrifice". As you can see, a niche or corner is quite enough. The window nearby is important for you to have natural light. But also think of a matching window screen, so that your clothes do not fade in the sun. You will also need a light source such as a simple pendant lamp (above) or a chandelier (below). Which is also very convenient and I bet you will appreciate it, is the comfortable seating in the dressing room. A stool comes here in most cases in question. And now hang your precious treasures! But what about? The clothes racks are the simplest solution, but can also look very stylish. The shown here are very elegant in white. There are also those that are on wheels and you can change their position easily and quickly. Other clothes racks are fixed to the wall and prove to be a space-saving option. Check out the different options and maybe you will decide to build a clothes rack yourself. You can place your shoes underneath or store them in cardboard boxes, stacked on the floor. You may be able to cover the floor with a carpet or runner. But that always depends only on your preferences, as well as the wall design of your own dressing room.
Dressing room to your own taste
Open cabinet and drawers completely in white
Lattice wardrobe - what a quirky idea
Compact and unusual clothes rack from the Ikea catalog
Wall bar especially for accessories
Stylish in black and white
Minimalist and completely adequate
Open shelving systems for your walk-in closet
The ultimate solution for high heel shoes
The well-known wall bars, which usually serve as a towel dryer, transform you into a practical shoe rack
Wall shelf with separate compartment for each shoe pair
Built-in wardrobe and improvised dressing table
Build an open wardrobe in the attic room yourself
Vintage furniture in use
The order belongs to the stylish dressing room
If you are missing some color, paint your walls colorfully
The textile wardrobes are also a possible variant
Walk-in wardrobe systems
When a woman's dream comes true
Chic shabby-chic furniture used in the dressing room
Soft carpet for more comfort in the dressing room
Instead of a wardrobe in the bedroom
Build the clothes rack hanging from the ceiling yourself
Declare war on disorder
Take advantage of the room height
Make jewelry storage yourself
The next example is quite typical of a student apartment
In the world of e-books, bookshelves are needed for shoes
Building a walk-in wardrobe yourself - ideas and examples
Unpretentious in retro style
Let your creativity run free and create your own walk-in closet!