Remember when the closets in the bedroom were a door that you would open and pick out your clothes and close the door? The closets were just that, a closet, with no purpose other than to hold clothes. Wow, how times have changed. Today, master bedroom cabinets have enough space to hold seating; furniture, storage, and even a walk-in closet are common in modern master bedroom cabinets. If your wardrobe is not large, the idea that your wardrobe can only have one function should have eluded you for a long time. In fact, multifunctional cabinets are here to stay, and here are tips for choosing the right one for your lifestyle.
How much should you keep in your closet?
Depending on your lifestyle, career, financial situation, and love of clothes and accessories, determine the space you need for a multifunctional wardrobe. Assess your need for space to dress, put on display, and plan your wardrobe for the next day. While some people throw away the first thing they see, for others, choosing clothes and accessories can be an important part of their day. The more you need to store, the more space you need to fit other features, as well as your wardrobe items.
What functions do you want your wardrobe to serve?
For households with children, the closet in the parent’s bedroom is often shared with smaller children who are preparing for school with mom and dad. While for individuals or small households, the ability to store accessories, jewelry, and ties next to their clothes is essential to save time and stay organized. Every household is different and depending on the functions your wardrobe will serve will help you decide which are the essentials as opposed to the luxury features you may never use.
Smaller cabinets can have versatility:
the cabinets in the master bedroom are not always large and making a smaller cabinet multifunctional can have its challenges, but still very feasible. Consider installing closet organizers that can divide your clothes into personal areas in accordance with your lifestyle. Optimize vertical space and use mirrors on the back of your closet door to add a “walk-in closet” without having to walk into your closet. Choose a small ottoman with built-in storage to place shoes that can slide into your closet when not in use. This way you have chairs, dressings, and spaces of your choice in one space.
Add decorative accents:
It’s hard to believe, but the cabinets in the bedroom are also used to add decorative accents, such as framed works of art, family photos, vases and even sculptures. The call of the owners to retreat to their master bedroom to renew themselves after a busy day resounds through the closet in the master bedroom. Consider adding decorative shelves, baskets, focused lighting to artwork, or wall sconces and pendant lights to make the modern master bedroom closet a place of retreat and fun.
Your multifunctional master bedroom closet is closer than you thought! Browse magazines, online resources, and browse the bedroom closet images for inspiration. Determine your lifestyle, wardrobe and the size of the room with which you will have to work. Once you’ve brought your personal style into your master bedroom closet, you’ll wish you would had thought of it sooner!