5 interesting wardrobe design interventions
Nowadays, wardrobes and closets are one of the linchpins of interior design. You cannot just pull off a plug and chug on these items anymore – you have to be creative and think outside the box. The problem with conventional wardrobe design is that it is either too plain, or it takes up a lot of the desired space within the layout. In these cases you need to design these elements in a way that doesn’t interfere with the façade of the interior or requires minimal intervention. These days there are so many organizing techniques as well as compartmentalization ideas that wardrobes and closets are actually fun to design. Below, we will be looking at 6 interesting wardrobe design interventions.
- Make it a wall
The most redundant wardrobe design technique is when you make it a stand-out part of the room design. This makes the design stick out and become rather out of place. So whenever you design that conventional wardrobe, try to emulate it as an inherent part of the design itself. As you can see in the image below, it can be done in a rather unique way. You can even put the door in the center of the design and make it a part of the wardrobe itself.
- The casual hang-about
This kind of a wardrobe design requires a closet space. It is a bit casual but it also has that low-key contemporary vibe about it. The overall design is a brilliant concept that compartmentalizes the objects through its hanging formation, which has been designed according to sides and sizes of relevant objects and clothes.
- The upscale shelving unit
If you want to emulate that upscale ‘gossip girl’ vibe in your closet than this one would be the way to go. This design comprises of a large cluster of unique wardrobes that cater to your clothing and fashion whimsy. This design is always clad in high gloss laminates and classy material/color combinations to ramp up the elegance and sophistication.
- The walk-in
There is a lot of lee-way in the design of a walk-in closet. It consists of a group of wardrobes that are either designed by product organization or side-segregation. This means that you could either have your walk-in closet designed to hold unique products relevant to just you, or you could divide the sides into a he or she formation.
- The art of industrial
This industrial chic wardrobe design is all about bringing out that raw, uncultivated vibe and presenting it in a sophisticated way. The image below shows how the efficient and creative use of specific materials can help you emulate that coveted industrial vibe even in such a small design entity.