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Most people like to hack the wall between the master bedroom and the adjoining bedroom, so they can have a walk-in wardrobe in the adjoining bedroom. We initially had the same idea too, but decided against it, in case we have guests staying over. Saves on the renovation cost too. We designated that room as our wardrobe room. We got our contractor to build a 10ft long full-height wardrobe with soft-closing doors and drawers. Pretty pleased how it turned out :good: :

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This room is also where we do our ironing and laundry stuff. One thing to take note when doing full height wardrobe with casement doors is to make sure that when the doors are fully open, they do not hit your ceiling fan or lights! We do not have any ceiling fans in our home, but some of you might. If you have sliding doors, then you will be fine but generally, sliding doors cost more than casement doors. Also, you will be unable to see all your stuff in the wardrobe at any one time if you are using sliding doors, because one portion of the wardrobe will always be blocked by one of the sliding doors.

Will be designating our 2nd bedroom as a wardrobe room too! but w additional study table as well. Just to check, are there any special things to note when planning the interior of the wardrobe? TIA!

 

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Will be designating our 2nd bedroom as a wardrobe room too! but w additional study table as well. Just to check, are there any special things to note when planning the interior of the wardrobe? TIA!

Not really. We scoured the Internet and also went to IKEA to look at their wardrobe layouts and sketched a similar design for our contractor. Here's a guide picture we got from the Internet:

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Hope this helps ;) !

 

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Not really. We scoured the Internet and also went to IKEA to look at their wardrobe layouts and sketched a similar design for our contractor. Here's a guide picture we got from the Internet:

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Hope this helps ;) !

Thanks! Saved the pic for reference :)

 

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