The Purple Rose of Cairo
Tom Ross of Brilliant Creek (www.brilliantcreek.com)
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13. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaDesign: Architecture ArchitectureFeatures: Who said rails need to go from left to right? Here, they run from back to front, allowing the owners’ shirt collection to remain on display. We also love how the owner has dispensed with cupboard doors and opted for a cosy curtain instead…
Design ideaCeiling-mounted curtain track.WhyHide a wall of clothing storage with the sweep of a curtain; a great solution for studio apartments and other small spaces.HowHang ceiling-mounted curtain tracks along the length of your wardrobe storage wall. Planning tipMeasure carefully before ordering curtains to ensure they are long enough to reach from ceiling to floor – you can always have them hemmed a bit shorter, but if they are too short, there’s not much you can do.
Give everything its placeOne sure way to make a flat feel small is to not have specific places to store things, because then they just get piled up in a corner.It doesn’t have to be this way! With limited space and a lot of different things to store, the perfect solution is to gather as many items as possible in one place and working together in harmony. Whether you find the perfect flat-pack wardrobe system, ready to go, or decide to have something bespoke created, the key is to have everything organised properly, with each set of similar items given a suitably sized space, as in this room.In no time, what could otherwise be a cacophony of chaos can become a wall of orchestrated delight.Here are foolproof ways to organise your wardrobe
Why bother?“Your wardrobe is one of the most important parts of your home to keep organised. Why? It’s all about time, money and emotional wellbeing,” says Cathy Player, expert organiser at Howards Storage World. “A well-organised wardrobe can save you time as it takes less effort to find the things you need. As you’re not battling clutter every day, your emotional wellbeing will also improve. Plus, instead of opening the cupboard and believing that you have nothing to wear, you’ll be able to see everything with ease. Being in a position to do more with less means you will save money.” Browse through images of smart wardrobes
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Hide a wall of clothing storage with the sweep of a curtain — a great solution for studio apartments and other small spaces. How: Hang ceiling-mounted curtain tracks along the length of your closet storage wall. Planning tip: Measure carefully before ordering curtains to ensure they are long enough to reach from ceiling to floor — you can always have them hemmed a bit shorter, but if they are too short, there’s not much you can do. Cost: $5 to $50 for a ceiling-mounted curtain track, plus the cost of the curtains.