Walk-in wardrobes have always been a staple of luxury in the homes we’ve seen in films and magazines, but in the more recent years they are becoming an interior design must have with many people paying through the nose to keep on top of the trend and invest in their very own walk-in heaven.
Typically in the past, you would only expect the wealthiest of us to think about having a walk-in wardrobe, but now they are far more readily available and have more benefits than just looking beautiful!
More than just a wardrobe
Unlike free-standing or even fitted wardrobes, walk-in wardrobes have the added benefit of acting as a multi-functional space, keeping all of your items in one place, doubling as a personal dressing room while giving you access to everything you need in a luxurious and spacious way.
Having a walk-in wardrobe in your home will leave other areas in your home clutter-free. Forget numerous bags and clothes shoved in drawers, or scrambling to find earrings you are certain you left on the bed-side table! Your walk-in wardrobe will be designed and built to be the perfect storage space for you.
A beautiful asset to your home
Walking into your spacious walk-in wardrobe and seeing your beautifully organised belongings will bring you a sense of joy and wonder each and every day. Having an area designed specifically to your taste and to match your decor will not only make your walk-in wardrobe an attractive asset but will also add value to your home.
Tidy wardrobe, tidy mind.
The main benefit of all fitted furniture is the organisation and clutter-free space it gives you. There is a science to having a tidy home, which suggests cleaning, or being in a clean environment makes you feel happier, more accomplished, more focussed and encourages you to be more active. By adding that additional storage space that just works for you, it’ll help you find a real home for all your treasured belongings while helping you achieve that beautifully organised space you didn’t know you needed.
Caring for your clothes.
Walk-in wardrobes actually work better to take care of your clothes than standard furniture, by providing more ventilation it will keep your clothes in better condition, reducing the chance of mould by giving your clothes the chance to breathe.
Even better news for those who hate ironing – by having your clothes evenly spaced out in a walk-in wardrobe means fewer creases, and therefore less ironing (win, win.)
If you’re ready to get inspired, arrange a time to come and talk to our design experts at our showroom in Fareham, Hampshire!