How to Design a Wardrobe for Maximum Storage Solutions that Suits Your Lifestyle?
Beginning from drawers to shelving, hanging bars and shoe racks or any other features, a well designed flexible wardrobe will provide you with maximum storage solutions to suit your lifestyle and other daily requirements. You can either choose a standard wardrobe design or a customised internal wardrobe kit or create your own storage layout if appropriately designed based on your shape and size of your bedroom, your wardrobe will serve your entire purposes for years. One of the best and contemporary wardrobes are the modular wardrobes which come based on five different combinable modules. These modules are either wardrobes with shelves or hanging space or both, and each module incorporates extra storage drawer at the bottom. Most modules are also comprised of one or more clothing rods, shelves, and drawers. Almost all modular wardrobes come with modular adjustable height as well as sideways on rails. However, if you apply your creativity you can create your own modular wardrobe module.
Another feature which makes the modular wardrobe special is its lighting feature. Usually, the partition panels and side are around 68mm thick and comprise LED lights from top to the bottom with touch switches. You can customise both built-in as well as freestanding wardrobes between 3050 mm and 2150mm and between a width of 1200mm and 500mm per module. Generally, the average wardrobe depth in all the modules is around 650mm which commonly provides an internal depth of 600mm. This average measurement provides a standard and comfortable use of your wardrobe, but you can also take other measurements if your requirements are different.
Besides the basic designs and layouts of your wardrobe, you can also determine smaller but essential materials such as an integrated handle. The wardrobe edge doors are normally finished with black anodised aluminium handle or natural handle. Another small but important feature you must ensure in your wardrobe is the very small and invisible ventilation gap between the door and cabinet. This ventilation gap is left deliberately in order to ensure appropriate ventilation for the materials in the wardrobe.
All components and features in a modular wardrobe such as shelves, drawers, clothing rods including show racks etc. are made modular and can be flexible and adjustable. You can not only make use of these flexible and adjustable features but also can easily replace or alter the components and features when they are damaged, or you wish to change them.