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The hottest trend in wardrobe design

Published - 16 Dec 2016
Customisation is the newest and trendiest concept in wardrobe design today. As a unique and personal investment that will determine the way you dress for many years, it is important that your wardrobe design suits you, your lifestyle and your fashion style. 
 
When choosing a customisable storage solution, it’s recommended that you seek expert assistance as they’ll know how to convert your desires into reality and be able to share with you the newest designs, gadgets and styles. However, before you do visit the experts at Sliding Wardrobes World, you might want to think about these few things before your visit:
 
What do you want & What do you need?
A great place to start is by making a list of how you use your wardrobe, including what you want to be able to put into it from trousers to shoes to jewellery, as well as your priorities (what would you like to be the most accessible in your wardrobe?).
 
Make the most of the space.
Be sure to measure your space and know what you have to work with. The benefit of customised storage solutions is that you can make the most of the space that you have. Once you know the dimensions, you can start to think about the structure of the wardrobe, from the number and type of the doors to the size of each compartment.
 
Let your dress sense guide the way.
When it comes to deciding what compartments and accessories you need in your wardrobe and how many, go back to your list that you made and let your clothing guide the way. While dresses, skirts, business shirts and trouser should be hung, t-shirts and shorts can be stacked on a shelf. 
 
Don’t forget to do it in style.
There is a vast selection of styles and finishes in wardrobe design today, so make the most of it! Know the theme and colour palette of your home to make sure that you achieve unity and cohesion. The easiest way is to choose an existing colour in the room and start with that. Mirrored doors are always a good idea and make the room look twice it’s size!