November 19, 2015 Guest Post
A new wardrobe can solve most of your bedroom storage problems. Whether you need a lot of new storage or just a way to maximize what you have, choosing the right design is the first step in your custom wardrobes makeover. Check out this article courtesy of Sliderobes in Sydney.
Make the Most of Awkward Spaces
If your bedroom doesn’t have much wardrobe or closet space to speak of, you can take advantage of a bare wall or unused alcove to expand your storage. Built in wardrobes designed to fit a space, no matter how small or oddly shaped, maximizes your storage in an attractive way. Nontraditional areas to place your wardrobe include:
? Along a bare wall. Shelves, clothing racks and drawers take up little space along a wall. If you want the storage hidden, sliding or swing-out doors can blend seamlessly into the wall.
? Take advantage of an L-shaped bedroom by turning part of the “L” into a large wardrobe, complete with doors.
? If space is really at a premium, have built-in shelves or drawers installed beneath windows or into a bed platform to create custom wardrobes.