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Wardrobe Tips

Wardrobe Tips

Wardrobes are an integral part of the home. In fact, it is an important section of the home where clothes are kept. Without the wardrobe, there is no place to keep the dust away from the clothes which could cause skin irritation and other allergies

This section goes by different names where it is known as clothes cabinet and cupboards but the term wardrobe is most commonly used to depict the storage facility that is used for keeping clothes, garments and such.

Conventional Wardrobes

The traditional wardrobes are those that are rectangular shaped with 2 doors that face each other. The handles are placed in the middle opening respectively which usually comes with 2 large drawers at the bottom. Inside the conventional wardrobe, there is usually a small drawer used to keep personal belongings as well as a steel bar that hangs across the top. This is usually used for hanging clothes that are already ironed while those that are folded are piled up at the bottom.

Walk-in Wardrobes

However, in the more modern homes, wardrobes take a totally new meaning and platform. Today’s wardrobes include the walk-in types which are much larger. This usually comes in the form of a room or a partial part of the room. Walk-in wardrobes are very popular because it creates and provides a very specialized and intended space for changing and trying of clothes.

Which one to choose?

Walk-in wardrobes are very much preferred today because you are able to customize how your wardrobe looks like and its respective compartments based on the space and the location of the room. This means that the size of the wardrobe is designed based on how much space you can allocate.

If you have an unused room, you can build the entire wardrobe within it that include a specific compartment for hanging clothes, drawers for socks and undergarments, a shoe rack and even a neck-tie and scarves drawer.

Conventional wardrobes are more versatile as they can be replaced after many years. Walk-in wardrobes are more difficult as they are usually designed for the specific space and attached to the walls.

Be cautious

Whether it is conventional or walk-in wardrobes, you must be cautious with the material used for these fittings. Some designers use little woods to build the frame for walk-in wardrobes which will not last as long as you want them to be. Damages on walk-in wardrobes would be quite hard to rectify as you might need to dismantle many parts before replacing the faulty ones.