A stylish, organised wardrobe is one of life’s simple pleasures, but when you’re short on room - and have far too many clothes for your closet – making your wardrobe a design feature can be tricky. You don’t have to have the biggest of boudoirs to create a cool closet, with a few clever tips and tricks you can turn your wardrobe into a stylish space no matter the size. From styled up hanging rails to creative curtain tricks, here’s how to give your wardrobe ultimate staying power…
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Pull out Wardrobe Rail for under stairs. You could have a few of these attached under the higher stairs and some storage boxes or even a chest of drawers underneath, then you could do away with the black frame and the room would look / be much larger.
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As with many economical projects, the team turned to Ikea for its storage needs. "The architects undertook the ultimate Ikea hack: measuring the standard size of the big-box retailer's shelving, and building closet spaces to fit to the centimetre – creating a custom millwork-level aesthetic for a fraction of the price," the studio said.