Interior design is an industry that’s always evolving. New and exciting ideas appear every year. Some break the mould, whereas others are useful tweaks on an existing concept. In both cases, the customer’s buying experience is enhanced. There are several variables involved in wardrobe design that include:
- Matching existing decor
It’s important that customers are given a full range of options so that they can make informed choices about the design of their fitted wardrobe. This is why exploring advances in interior design is an essential role of the manufacturer.
The walk-in wardrobe has always been considered something of a luxury. In today’s world, it has become an option for more people than ever before. Perhaps for this reason, homeowners are choosing to improve their home by integrating a walk-in wardrobe. This has the potential for adding new functionality and convenience to their lives without moving to a new property.
A walk-in wardrobe gives you the freedom to get ready for your day without disturbing anybody else. This is becoming increasingly relevant in people’s lives as we start to move away from the 9-5 working day. For this reason, there are now fewer occasions when a couple will be dressing for work at the same time. The walk-in wardrobe facilitates this as it separates sleeping space from practical space.
The wardrobe is often the largest piece of furniture in the bedroom. A walk-in wardrobe gives this space back to the bedroom. This creates the potential for a larger bed, more floor space and a room that feels generally more spacious. These are things that many customers view as favourable.
The walk-in wardrobe is also quite simply an attractive feature of a home. This makes it a more pleasurable experience to come back to after a long day at work.
Wardrobe Panel Options
In 2019, we’re spoilt for choice. There are so many wardrobe panel choices that it’s very easy for a customer to find something that they can fall in love with. Options range from bright panels, darker wooden colours through to soft pastel colours. Then there are options pertaining to the texture of the wood.
A Wardrobe Without Doors? That’s Fine
Whilst at first glance it may feel like a step back to consider a wardrobe without doors, there are strong arguments in favour of this. It may feel ambitious, but it can be a perfect way to enhance the space inside a bedroom whilst benefiting from how good a fitted wardrobe can look.
A wardrobe without doors can make the entire room feel very open and spacious. The absence of a physical border between the back of the wardrobe and the rest of the room serves to create this effect. Without doors, the clothes that occupy the wardrobe become part of the aesthetics of the room. This is a great way to use fashionable garments and enjoy them before you even put them on in the morning.
Glass doors are a similar option if the space-creating effect is desirable. The presence of doors is a must for many people but it is, of course, a matter of preference.