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Any wardrobe solutions for a small bedroom?

Good morning, I need some suggestions. I can't have a real wardrobe since my bedroom is quite small. Now, I really need one since I’m tired of seeing my clothes everywhere. And I cannot bear storage boxes under my bed. So, I would like to replace my old closet with a new wardrobe. I know it is quite hard to find the perfect solution but probably with some tricks I can get it. Any advice?

Mon, 01/04/2013 - 16:26

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Do not hesitate to buy a wardrobe with sliding doors since these do not require space to be opened. I can suggest you the Ikea Pax wardrobe that I have in the guests' bedroom. You find it in the two versions and obviously the one with sliding door is more expensive than the own with hinged doors. But still the price is very convenient: you can get it for less than £ 250 and it is available in different colours but I would suggest you to avoid black wardrobes and dark colours.

Tue, 02/04/2013 - 14:20

 

The solution would be to design your own customised wardrobe but this would obviously cost too much. Anyway, I agree about sliding doors: even if they are less comfortable than hinged doors, they are the best option for you. Moreover, I would suggest you to place some mirrors on the doors since mirrored wardrobe doors visually enlarge and brighten the room. Consider that mirror wardrobe doors are not expensive but don't buy too cheap products of very poor quality.

Thu, 04/04/2013 - 19:58

 

Have you ever thought of completely reconsidering the position of your furniture? Maybe a different wall is more appropriate to place your wardrobe. Don't buy high wardrobes that would completely hide the wall. This would make the room smaller. Moreover, I think that even a small wardrobe can allow you to store a lot of clothes and accessories if you organize the space properly. Rods, hanging, drawers and shelves can be very helpful if placed at the right height. 

Sat, 06/04/2013 - 18:00

 

Do not hesitate to buy a wardrobe with sliding doors since these do not require space to be opened. I can suggest you the Ikea Pax wardrobe that I have in the guests' bedroom. You find it in the two versions and obviously the one with sliding door is more expensive than the own with hinged doors. But still the price is very convenient: you can get it for less than £ 250 and it is available in different colours but I would suggest you to avoid black wardrobes and dark colours.

Tue, 02/04/2013 - 14:20

 

The solution would be to design your own customised wardrobe but this would obviously cost too much. Anyway, I agree about sliding doors: even if they are less comfortable than hinged doors, they are the best option for you. Moreover, I would suggest you to place some mirrors on the doors since mirrored wardrobe doors visually enlarge and brighten the room. Consider that mirror wardrobe doors are not expensive but don't buy too cheap products of very poor quality.

Thu, 04/04/2013 - 19:58

 

Have you ever thought of completely reconsidering the position of your furniture? Maybe a different wall is more appropriate to place your wardrobe. Don't buy high wardrobes that would completely hide the wall. This would make the room smaller. Moreover, I think that even a small wardrobe can allow you to store a lot of clothes and accessories if you organize the space properly. Rods, hanging, drawers and shelves can be very helpful if placed at the right height. 

Sat, 06/04/2013 - 18:00
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