5 Ways Walk-in Wardrobes Can Transform Your Entire Home

If you’re building a new home or considering renovating your current one, installing custom-designed walk-in wardrobes is one of the smartest decisions you can make. While a regular freestanding wardrobe has just one job, to store clothes, walk-in wardrobes can be the most versatile storage spaces in your home. But the benefits of installing walk-in wardrobes goes beyond extra storage.

Here are 5 ways walk-in wardrobes can transform your entire home:

1. Walk-in Wardrobes Increase Your Home’s Liveable Space

Take a look at each room in your home and imagine how much more modern and elegant it would look without the obvious storage items, like your wardrobe, bookshelves and chest of drawers. Even the most expensive and beautifully crafted free-standing furniture can look like a mish-mash with your other furniture, and takes up precious floor space.

Walk-in wardrobes however, can be designed to make use of unused nooks and crannies in your home. A rarely used hallway, the space under the stairs, your garage, they can all be converted into versatile, often hidden storage areas like these: https://www.lifestylewardrobesqld.com.au/custom-wardrobe-gallery/

2. Walk-in Wardrobes Help Keep Your Belongings Organised

One of the most overlooked advantages of walk-in wardrobes is that they can save you time. Everyone knows the feeling of spending ten minutes searching the house for a missing shoe. Or pulling everything out of a packed wardrobe looking for that pair of gloves you haven’t used since last winter. With walk-in wardrobes, you’ll always know where everything is.

Custom designed storage areas make it easy to organise all your belongings, even the things that are notoriously difficult to store. Ties, belts, watches, shoes, socks and hats can all have their own individual compartments. You see some great custom examples here:

3. Walk-in Wardrobes Can Make Wrinkles A Thing Of The Past

When you’re getting ready to go to work in the morning, time can be in short supply. How often have you wasted time re-ironing a crumpled shirt that has been stuffed into a packed wardrobe? A spacious walk-in wardrobe will ensure that your clothes stay as clean and crisp as when you first ironed them.

With improved ventilation, your clothes will not only look better but smell better too. High humidity in Brisbane means that mould and mildew in your wardrobe is a constant worry. The increased space of walk-in wardrobes helps improve air circulation, meaning your clothes will stay fresher for longer.

4. Walk-in Wardrobes Provide Security And Privacy

A large walk-in wardrobe can double as a private dressing area, away from the prying eyes of nosy neighbours. This can be especially important for Queenslander style bedrooms, which are often built with extra large windows to take advantage of the afternoon breezes for cooling.

Add a lock to your walk-in wardrobe door, and you’ve got an area that is both private and secure, the perfect place for storing expensive clothes and jewellery, or just better hiding Santa’s Christmas presents from inquisitive children.

5. Walk-in Wardrobes Can Increase The Value Of Your Home

If you’re planning to put your house on the market at some stage, it’s important to remember that small investments now can lead to large rewards in the future. At inspection time, beautiful walk-in wardrobes might just make all the difference for getting top priced offers over other houses for sale in the area.

Walk-in wardrobes are highly functional, timelessly modern and elegant. Install some floor length mirrors with your walk-in wardrobes, a leather bench and some overhead lighting, and you’ve got a room to rival a luxury hotel suite.

If you’re considering installing custom built walk-in wardrobes, have a chat to the friendly team at Lifestyle Wardrobes today: Contact 

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