How to Optimize a New Wardrobe
When renovating a bedroom, one of the most important problems is how to increase your wardrobe space. Depending on the amount of floor area you have, you can choose to install your favorite wardrobe.
If you expand your home to accommodate a larger master bedroom, you might want to choose the best wardrobe option.
Make sure you consider the floor layout and placement of the walls and doors carefully at the planning stage, perhaps by consulting with experts in cabinet design before the home plan is completed. This will help avoid bad door placement or poor floor planning, so we will not end up with expensive space that can store too little clothing.
The walk-in cabinet must have a minimum width of 1800mm, and the door to the cabinet must be placed in the middle of the wall. This will give 600mm of space to hang clothes on each side of the cabinet, plus a 600mm ‘hall’ space for you to skip. If the wardrobe is less than 1800mm wide, you will only be able to hang clothes on one side.
If you have more space, and can make your closet wider, then you have the choice to use the back wall to hang additional, drawers, or shelves for shoes or bags.
Wardrobes do not have to have windows because they take up valuable wall space that can be used for storage, and can allow under the fading sunlight of your clothes. Ventilation is important and can be provided by the ceiling ventilation system. Lighting must be placed in the center of the ceiling. It’s best to place the light button outside the door, so you don’t have to feel your clothes trying to find a switch.
Basically the wardrobe model LPT 318 S is designed for a modern nuance room. If you have a modern room design this wardrobe is the most appropriate choice. Get it immediately by contacting Lunar Furniture at 021 54376 555/333 or click www.lunarfurniture.com.