“Do it yourself” walk-in wardrobe

Why make your own walk-in wardrobe?

We have all always dreamed of having a walk-in wardrobe. To keep clothes, accessories and shoes tidy. Not only as a matter of aesthetics, but because a good arrangement of everyday objects saves valuable time before leaving the house. Moreover, with a walk-in wardrobe, the space in the house is freed up and everything seems bigger, as if by magic. The wardrobe also becomes a dressing room and personal space where you can devote time to yourself and your beauty. If you have a large enough flat and want to furnish it in a contemporary and unconventional way by creating a do-it-yourself walk-in wardrobe, in this article we will show you how.

The advantages of a walk-in wardrobe

An extension of the bedroom, the space dedicated to your clothes and accessories has countless advantages. It stores clothes and other things neatly and tidily, leaving the rest of the house tidy, but it is also an intimate and private dressing room. Ideally, it should be adjacent to the bedroom and separated by a door, perhaps sliding, which is very convenient and perfect for hiding this little corner of paradise.

Steps to follow for a do-it-yourself walk-in wardrobe

First, therefore, choose the room in the house where you want to design and build the DIY walk-in wardrobe, and make sure there is enough space. The experts at KUBOLINE assure that at least 2 square metres is enough to create one. The important thing is to find one that does not make the room too small, but rather enhances it. Ideally, you should have a room to use as a walk-in wardrobe. If this is not possible, as we have said, a niche in a wall is also fine. At this point make a sketch of the project, inserting hangers, shelves, drawers and other details. And don’t forget to leave a little space for shoes. You could opt for single-coloured or lightly patterned wallpaper to decorate the interior and insert a nice rug so that you can also walk barefoot. The subject of perimeter walls is more complex. Plasterboard, masonry, processed wood or aluminium frames can be used. The interior design will clearly depend on your taste, budget and your ability to make a DIY walk-in wardrobe. You can set it up either with already combined structures or you can create the combinations that best suit your needs.

The costs of a walk-in wardrobe. Does it really pay off?

Of course, do-it-yourself does not always pay off, you often risk paying more than you have to and making mistakes in taking measurements and considering spaces well. The advice, therefore, if you are not an expert is to rely on specialised companies whose architects and qualified craftsmen can create the walk-in wardrobe of your dreams. Just like KUBOLINE, a leading company in the interior furnishings sector for years. Based on your requirements, we will create the customised walk-in wardrobe and ship it throughout Italy with assembly instructions. In this way, you too will be a bit of a creator of your new favourite corner of the house. A space to finally dedicate to yourself and your beauty routine.

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