A “walk-in wardrobe system” is a solution for clothes in a variety of situations. Traditionally, a separate room is outfitted to hold clothes and accessories. When planning your own walk-in wardrobe, make sure to calculate for a shelf depth of 50 cm and a distance of 1.2 m to the opposite wall or shelf.
Closets under slanted ceilings are a great idea for utilizing hard to reach spaces. Both slanted ceiling versions – underneath the roof pitch or behind a jamb wall – require custom solutions for the specific ceiling height.
Large open spaces always benefit from room dividers: They separate the sleeping area from the dressing room, create an airy ambiance and offer a wardrobe design solution accessible from all sides.
Custom made shelves are a great solution for wall recesses. They allow you to utilize every last inch of available space perfectly. The drawing offers an idea of perfect use of space in various situations.
TIP: As a first step, measure and draw the space you want to use for your walk-in wardrobe. Measure the height and width of at least two locations and note down the lesser value.
Our measurement instructions are very helpful and will make designing in our wardrobe configurator a whole lot easier later on. Don’t forget about doors, slanted ceilings, wall recesses and other fixed points. Baseboards, wall sockets, light switches and radiators must also be considered right from the start.