6 Walk-in Wardrobe Styles You’ll Instantly Fall In Love WithInterior Design & Decor
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No longer a luxury only the rich can afford, walk-in wardrobes have become a norm in most Singaporean homes. The fact that so many are willing to convert an entire bedroom into a walk-in wardrobe shows how much of a priority it has become for homeowners in Singapore. How yours should be styled and decorated depends on your preferred lifestyle. Here at RenoTalk, we’ve put together six dream walk-in wardrobe looks.
1. The Fashionista’s
The chic fashionista with a flair for putting together
stylish ensembles will appreciate having a walk-in wardrobe surrounded by
mirrors — especially when outfit planning for special occasions. Since you’ll need
every detail of your ensemble to be on point, adequate and good lighting is
extremely essential. Illuminate the entire area by adding lighting behind mirrors
and beneath your cupboards on all four walls. Appeal to the senses by
incorporating plush carpeting.
2. Convenient &
Are you exceptionally particular about your outfits being
neat and crisp before wearing them out? When it’s time to renovate your walk-in
wardrobe, incorporate a pullout ironing board within the space. It will save
you the time and hassle! Every time a piece of apparel feels a tad too wrinkly,
you won’t have go too far to have its creases straightened. We suggest
installing the ironing board near a window with lots of natural light for
Go for an all-white walk-in wardrobe if you’re a fan of the minimalist interior design. Opt for light wood floors to complement the rest of the space and decorate with a monochrome rug to add a little texture. To prevent the space from looking dull, add accessories like potted plants or books.
The one thing we love most about an all-white walk-in
wardrobe is the ease at which you’ll be able to find your clothes. Every piece
of apparel will easily pop against the white backdrop so it won’t be difficult to
locate items you need.
4. A Posh Space For A
Need an exclusive space for all your designer bags? Give
them a home that’s luxurious in nature because they deserve nothing less.
Colour wise, choose a palette that looks like it’s made for royalty when
renovating your walk-in wardrobe. Rich purples will go nicely with grey while
dark blue will complement gold tones. However, if you want something lighter,
pink, white and grey make a lovely combination.
5. Go Big Or Go Home
If you have tons of space to play with, go all out to create
a cosy, enclosed area you can feel relaxed in. When doing the renovation, make
sure every bit of space is put to good use by having at least three walls that
feature closet space while setting up a small lounge area in the middle. Furnish
the space with luxe furniture for that high-end boutique look.
6. Scandi-Inspired Haven
Whether it’s for an HDB BTO or condominium apartment, Scandinavian interiors are all the rage for home renovations. So are Scandinavian-inspired walk-in wardrobes. They’re mostly doused in white and accompanied by wooden accents. Other than that, the area is mostly kept free from interior accessories. Flooring should also be light in colour whether you have decided on wood or carpeting. For those exploring space-saving options, a pullout shoe cabinet may be ideal.
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