Master Closet Design Ideas
If you have ever dreamed of winning the lottery, there is a good chance that you were thinking of a dream closet back then. Many people tend to think of home improvement ideas first, and a great master suite is usually high on the list, after home theaters, and designer kitchens. Fortunately, you don’t have to find millions of dollars to get a fantastic closet. It may seem like a small investment, but it can be made as long as you know what to look for in advance. If you’re like most people, the thought of owning a large walk-in closet is enough to drive you crazy. Having plenty of storage space and real freedom of movement in our wardrobe is a luxury that many of us simply cannot appreciate. But don’t let that get you down. A dream closet is not necessarily just imaginary. With a little preparation, it can become a reality. Here are some helpful tips for creating the closet of your dreams.
Master Closet Design Ideas
Remember to set a budget and allocate funds accordingly. It would be a good idea to keep a certain amount of money on hold every time you get paid. In the meantime, you should look for contractors to do the job (unless you plan on doing it yourself). Before you know it, you may be in your own walk-in closet! Ways to design a dream closet Install a bench if there is a walk-in operation Make sure you are adequately lit (track lights and chandeliers are good choices). Don’t have space downstairs? Try the attic! Install custom shelves for shoes and handbags If you are planning on building a walk-in closet, make sure you have space to sit too. Putting on shoes is never easy. What’s the point of having a large closet if you can’t relax in it? Portable benches and stools are great options to consider and look very stylish too. If you have space, you can even put an armchair there. Since most dream
closets tend to be larger than actual size, they require more lighting than a standard closet. Track lights that run the length of the room can do a great job of illuminating (and displaying) your entire wardrobe. If you want to get super chic, a chandelier would serve as a dramatic focal point too. If you don’t have the money to expand your main level, you can always turn your unfinished attic into a very large closet. You also save a lot of work and material. After all, which dream closet would be complete without custom-made shelves for your shoes and handbags? Allocate more and more slots because you shouldn’t run out of space later.
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