TYPES OF WARDROBE
Common Wardrobe Layouts
Walk in Wardrobes
Every female dreams of having a walk-in wardrobe. They love shopping and secretly wish to display everything at one place in an organised manner. Walk-in wardrobes add a touch of luxury and are rarely found. Any unused room can easily be converted in a walk-in wardrobe. All you need to do is get some shelves and hanging space fitted.
A walk in wardrobe could be added to a bedroom with a partition with sliding doors, or even more easily, a spare room could be converted. This is a good value option if you have an unused box room as the only costs involved are for fitting shelving and hanging space. Unfortunately, the space requirement for a walk in wardrobe rules the option out for those with small to medium sized homes.
Walk-in wardrobes are created with either hinged, sliding or bi-fold doors. Such designs are built into the wall and are covered using curtains or doors that fold.