House Extension- Muswell Hill
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Kit out a cornerCommission custom-made joinery to make the most of every square inch of your home. A top landing, for instance, could provide space for a comfortable dressing area (though you might need a screen if it’s open). Built-in cupboards and shelving can be squeezed into awkward areas where off-the-shelf furniture wouldn’t fit. You can even find companies that will design a bespoke wardrobe to accommodate your exact collection of clothes, shoes and accessories, with a place for every item (and a little room to spare for those essential additions).
Located beneath a sloped ceiling, this dressing room design makes use of an odd and otherwise redundant space. Its open shelves neatly display shoes. The sleek floor-to-ceiling mirror expands the visual space when not performing its primary function of reflecting its owner, and a couch adds to the sense of relaxing space.
Keep it organisedNow that you’ve achieved a perfectly organised robe, how do you ensure it stays that way? “Dedicate an hour or so a week to staying on top of it – things such as putting washing away in the right places, folding and colour-blocking,” Randall advises. “Once you’ve experienced an organised wardrobe, chances are you’ll be more than happy to dedicate the time to keeping it looking and functioning its best.”