Have you ever dreamed of having your very own walk in closet? A seemingly limitless space where you could hang and organize all of your clothes, with plenty of breathing room for new acquisitions?
Unfortunately, not many homes have walk in closets, and if you want one you’re going to have to get one built. This can mean costly construction jobs, a big mess, and a gross inconvenience for weeks at a time.
However, if you’re willing to sacrifice a spare room in your home for this dream, then you have everything you need to create your very own walk in closet. Al you have to do is fill it with armoires, dressers, and clothes racks. Line the walls with them, and you will have created the most luxoriously spacious closet of your dreams.
Adding mirrors and make up tables to the space allows it to double as a dressing room. Alternatively laundry hampers, ironing boards, and folding tables allows it to also serve as a laundry room.
If you can’t sacrifice an entire room to this purpose than don’t worry, you might be able to use part of another space.
Consider creating a small sub room, whose walls are comprised of dressers and armoires, out of a spacious bedroom. If the backs of these furnishings seem unsightly, hide them behind decorative shoji screens and room dividers. This can really be done out of any space, depending on the level of privacy you need.
Some people make a room adjoining their bedroom the closet. This allows you to easily carve a small door into the wall between the rooms, for private access from your sleeping area.
Building a walk in closet is merely a matter organizing your space efficiently, to carve a niche out for yourself. Not every home has the capability to sacrifice a full room to this, but you may still be able to build a compromise for yourself out of the room you have.