Most of us, usually the ladies, spend considerable time in front of our dressers or rooms fixing our attire. We make sure everything is perfect before we leave our comfort zones. Others spend time not on the make-up but in mixing and matching their clothes. At best, many wish to have a walk-in wardrobe to assist them in mixing and matching. Now if you have extra space at home, consider making your own walk-in wardrobe through the following steps.
- Check out the details of the walk-in closet you plan to create. When designing your own walk-in wardrobe, the first thing you need to do is to take the dimension of the wardrobe. Measure the floor size as well as the height of the space allotted for your closet. Equally important is to note the outlets present in the area. All these will dictate the other specifications of your walk-in cabinet.
- Work on the details of your walk-in wardrobe. After looking into the size of the walk-in closet, plan now how you want it to be. Do this by polishing the details like the spot where clothes are to be hung, space for the folded ones, a bench to sit working on your attire, the size of the dresser and the place where shoes will be placed. All these of course are necessary elements of a walk-in wardrobe. All you need is to work on their specifications.
- Save space for the less worn wardrobes. Next is to determine how many clothes are worn less. Remember you still have spaces on top of those cabinet, those located near the ceiling and corners. Save these spaces for clothes that are worn less to keep closet from being convoluted. Remember to maximize every space you have, even those at the corner and on top.
- Mark the spaces that will be used. The next job in store for you is to mark the spaces that will be used. Previously you planned where to place each element of a walk-in wardrobe, now is the time to materialize the plan by marking it. Once the markings are complete, add now the shelving as planned. You may also use other cabinets if you think they fit your plan. Shoe racks are often not made. You can purchase one that is closest to your plan.
- Start building. Now that the plan is complete for your walk-in wardrobe, start building. Note that at the previous step, you already made an outline then some cabinets that fit your plan. Here, you will have to build those that cannot be purchased. You will really have to build most of the cabinets and closet. You may even to this part yourself or by a carpenter. You may purchase instructional material that will guide you in completing your walk-in wardrobe, or purchase do-it-yourself cabinets available in the malls or furniture shops.
Walk-in wardrobes may make life easier for those spending considerable time fixing themselves up. They will have more room for more items. It will organize their apparels making mix and matching easier for them.