Everyone dreams of having a walk-in wardrobe in their home. A stunning sanctuary to organise our clothes and an area dedicated to getting ready to face the day. From Carrie Bradshaw’s dream closet in Sex and the City to watching MTV Cribs back in the 90s, a walk-in wardrobe has always been considered an indicator of elegance and sophistication. Walk-in wardrobes are no longer reserved for the rich and famous and in recent years they’ve become a highly coveted addition to homes across the country. Still unsure whether you want a walk-in wardrobe in your home? We believe walk-in wardrobes offer an abundance of benefits to you and your property.
Anyone who shares their bedroom with their partner will know how frustrating it is when you’re still in bed and they’re up getting dressed; being loud, turning the light on and disrupting your precious lie in. By allocating a walk-in wardrobe room in your home, you no longer must have your morning argument. Instead, you have a designated area to dress, prepare and get ready to take on the day while your other half can catch up on their beauty sleep without interruptions. It’s a win-win!
Think of your walk-in wardrobe as your sanctuary away from the bustle of your family. It’s a private area where you can completely chill and play some music, do your skincare routine in the dressing room mirror, or even just enjoy the silence. We often find that our clients find the organised setting of their walk-in wardrobe is relaxing. Often, we see our clients making their walk-in wardrobe an extension of their bathroom, usually connected with a door. This Scandinavian spa approach is very popular in recent years as it creates a hub of tranquillity and relaxation in your home.
Additionally, a walk-in wardrobe can add value on to your property. When the time comes to sell, having one is a huge asset and a further weapon to your house sale’s armoury. Due to the trendiness of having a walk-in wardrobe in you home and them recently gaining mainstream appeal, it’s a key selling point and what could be what sets your home apart from the next.
Having a walk-in wardrobe gives you a plethora of storage options for your home. The addition of a room selected to be a closet gives you the freedom to organise your clothing, shoes, and accessories in a manner that exactly fits your vision. The liberation of having a walk-in wardrobe means you can say goodbye to clutter.
You’re no longer limited by your organisational capabilities and you can make use of that whole extra room. The only limitations for a walk-in wardrobe is your own imagination. There are so many things to consider to make this space something truly stunning and Paul Barry KBB specialise in creating a walk-in wardrobe designed to work for you.
We can create custom closets and offer options including mirrors, down-lighting, furniture, sit-down vanity and dresser, shelving, a multi-purpose island for storing watches and jewellery, bag racks, shoe storage, laundry hampers, an ironing surface and much more. Sound good? Have a look at our ranges of wardrobe styles and get in touch, our team will be happy to provide a quotation for you.