Before & after walk-in closet for three, which honestly gave me quite a bit of work, but it remains in my heart because it was my very first walk-in closet organization.
The goal was to deal with the unsorted clothes and accessories in boxes since the move and at the same time to come up with a system so that the wardrobe could fit clothes even for a three-year-old princess. And I defined the space in the drawers exactly for the little one and introduced vertical folding. It is practical for several reasons – you can see the clothes right away, they are easy to remove and you can fit more of them in your drawer.
As for the adult section, I separated women’s and men’s clothing there, as well as things for sports (there was a lot of it here) and things for work/parties, etc. I replaced the metal hangers with more gentle wooden ones and thus unified the look of the entire closet. I also hid the seasonal clothes in organizers and used conical boxes in the deep corner shelves, replacing drawers.
A few final tips. If you too are planning a new closet or a custom-made wardrobe, take your clothes, a tape measure and measure whether the given pieces will fit in the designed spaces. I encounter the fact that the dressing rooms are beautifully made, but as a result, the gaps and spacing do not meet the needs of the client. Which is usually only found out during the use of the dressing room, and then chasing the carpenter is very time-consuming. What do I mean? For example, if you like to wear long dresses, 100 cm of space will not be enough for you to hang them. In the same way, if you have a large amount of sports clothes, invest in drawers, where you can work with loose clothes better than in shelves. And if you’re moving or planning a new closet, get in touch. I will be happy to help you go through the process as quickly and efficiently as possible 🙂
P.S. You can find a video of the custom-made dressing room transformation on my Instagram.
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