If you're having your bedroom remodelled, it's well worth giving some thought to having your wardrobes made bespoke just for you. You'll have full control over how they look, where they fit into the room and how they're organised inside. Figuring out how to arrange all that storage can seem a little daunting at first, though, so how can you make the best use of the room available in your new wardrobe?
Think about the kind of clothes you own.
If your wardrobe mostly consists of jeans and t-shirts, you don't need a lot of hanging space, though you're going to need plenty of drawers to keep everything properly organised. If you own a lot of maxi dresses, on the other hand, not only is hanging space at a premium but you're also going to want to make sure as much of that space as possible.
Don't forget about accessories!
A bespoke wardrobe is a great way to ensure that your accessories have good homes too. Fabric shoe hangers that hook over clothes rails are a great way to store shoes, and you can have sliding baskets installed at the bottom of your full-length hanging sections.
Narrow drawers on curved tracks maximise shoe storage space by keeping them vertically rather than horizontally, as well, while a set of hooks along an interior wardrobe wall make a great place to hang scarves, bags and belts.
Whatever your style, this is your chance to make sure that your wardrobes fit it perfectly.