It is not easy to associate the walk-in closet to one small room: generally large rooms and houses with many square meters available come to mind. But the wardrobe that allows you to enter inside is liked so much that different solutions have been born that can see it feasible even having small sizes.
One of the most common is certainly to move the bed away from the wall and, if there is the space needed, to obtain the walk-in closet there. But in parallel there are also those who designed the anteroom or a piece of corridor so that it becomes a passage space equipped with shelves e appendini. The vertical solutions should not be forgotten, namely i loft beds who find space by lifting off the ground.
The walk-in closet behind the bed
One of the most popular arrangements when looking for a wardrobe space is behind the bed, using the furniture as partitions, without the need for plasterboard walls. Rather you can opt for a dividing wall. An idea for walk-in closets that take the place of the more classic one wardrobe and with a few more centimeters they offer a room in the room
A fairly large room will be needed: you need to calculate that you have at least 130 centimeters from the head of the bed to the wall. And this by providing for the minimum measures of 80 centimeters to move around and a shallow cabinet without doors or sliding doors. Avoiding hinged openings, it is not difficult to create a wardrobe with two container walls.
Interpreting the space for a walk-in closet
Sometimes the square meters for a walk-in closet are to be sought in a less conventional way. The most emblematic example is certainly that of exploiting the height of a room with a mezzanine area on which to place the bed and under which to create the area for the wardrobe. Less comfort to sleep, but a lot of space to dress: as always, furnishing a home reflects the same habits of those who have to live there.
But other times the space is located just outside the bedroom: perhaps taking a part of the aisle, or the anteroom or going to ‘steal’ space to get some sort of anteroom where to get the space needed to furnish a walk-in closet even for a small bedroom.
The furnishings to create a walk-in closet
L’custom-made furniture it is always a solution that solves even the most complex problems in furnishing a home. And if a specially designed intervention is certainly necessary to furnish a niche such as a walk-in closet, it is also possible to evaluate multifunctional furnishings, such as a equipped headboard.
The idea of the movable walls, such as those designed by Yves Behar, which thanks to a motorization mechanism reveal a walk-in wardrobe to be opened when needed. A way to give an elastic interpretation of space that works very well even in open spaces of all sizes.
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