It does not have to be a big project to get a small wardrobe! Whether you are challenged on a small entrance, or what the real estate agent called "a charming and cozy bedroom", you can find help among our tips for smart solutions that take advantage of the sparse space - without breaking your budget.
More space with intelligent storage
Every room deserves a bit of attention and harmony - even the small out-of-the-way ones. When a room fits into the category "small but good," intelligent storage solutions can come in handy for giving you a surprising amount of space for everything from shoes to accessories and everyday messes that need to be tucked away.
A warm welcome in your home
A small entrance hall filled with outerwear, shoes and boots quickly gives a messy look.
Regardless of size, however, you can usually well arrange the space so that it is easy to get in and out of the door. Smart shoe shelves control the footwear, and especially a narrow entrance benefits from sliding doors, which hide outerwear out of the way, make full use of the height of the room - and do not take up space when you open them.
And then you can top off with a hat shelf and simple, beautiful hangers, which create air and light in the room.
Room for your dreams in the bedroom
In a small bedroom, a solution with built-in closets is obvious, but you may also find space in a corner for a practical wardrobe, either with hinged doors or sliding doors. In addition, the bed invites for extremely efficient storage. Smart drawers on wheels let you roll in towels, bedding, trinkets and Christmas decorations under the bed and make room for big dreams in even a small bedroom.
The little solution that makes a big difference
Do you have a hard time remembering what your wardrobe is storing? When space is tight, summer tops, shorts and dresses can easily be tucked behind knit sweaters and woolen socks. Sort your wardrobe by season: Put the winter clothes in the back of the closet or in boxes in the summer, and pull it out when the frost knocks on the door. It's like getting a new wardrobe twice a year!
It is important that the measurements are right!
If this is the first time you are pulling out your ruler, you should measure according to the following guidelines when you need a new sliding door wardrobe:
- Height - measured in three places; on the left side, in the middle and on the right side. It is the lowest measure that determines the height.
- Width - measured at floor and ceiling to see if the walls are skewed. The lowest measure determines the width.
- Depth - The standard depth in our solutions is 68 cm. This ensures that you have room for cabinets, rails and sliding doors.
Let us help you in your goal with your wardrobe solution. We have lots of experience with everything from compact wardrobes to exclusive walk-in closets.