Walk-in wardrobe design - top tips!

A walk-in wardrobe must cater to your every need. If you're stuck and you need some ideas on how to design yours then check out the tips below.

Carefully consider whether you prefer hanging or folding your garments, and how you want to store items like your shoes, handbags etc as these are hard to store neatly.

Shelves instead of drawers for your jumpers and jeans are a good solution, using dividers and designated compartments to keep your clothes in a neat pile.


Hanging space is a must; make sure you have enough room for full-length garments, and try to double your storage by incorporating shorter hanging if you only need to hang trousers.

Remember that a fitted walk-in wardrobe is a selling point that, if done well, adds value to your home.  

If you are cramming a small space with storage, you need to prevent it from feeling enclosed. Use cabinets that don’t go all the way to the ceiling as they feel less obtrusive, and use mirrored doors to enhance the light and illusion of space.

If you don’t have a dedicated room for dressing, there are clever ways to incorporate it into your bedroom. Use wardrobes or a stud partition wall behind the bed to make a dressing area that feels like a separate space — just ensure the lighting is adequate.

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Lighting is key, so, where possible, try to locate your dressing table in front of a natural light source. If this isn’t possible, make sure you add some spot lighting (even in small rooms).

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