Today, master bedroom closets have enough space to hold seating; furniture, storage, and even a dressing area are common in modern master bedroom closets. If your closet isn’t big, the notion that your closet can only have one function should be long gone from your head. In fact, multifunctional closets are here to stay, and here are tips to choosing the right one for your lifestyle.
- How much do you have to store in your closet? Depending on your lifestyle, your career, your financial status, and how much you love apparel and accessories will help dictate how much space you need for a multifunctional closet. Assess your need for space to get dressed, as well as display and plan out your wardrobe for the next day.
- What functions do you want your closet to serve? For households that have children, the master bedroom closet is often shared with smaller children getting ready for school with mom and dad. While for individuals or smaller households, the ability to store accessories, jewelry, and neckties adjacent to their clothes is essential for saving time and staying organized. Every household is different, and depending on what functions your closet will serve, will help you decide what are necessities as opposed to luxury functions that you may never use.
Consider installing closet organizers that can divide your clothing into personal areas inline with your lifestyle. Optimize vertical space and use mirrors on the back of your closet door to add a “dressing area” without having to walk inside your closet.
Consider adding decorative shelves, baskets, directional lighting onto artwork, or walls sconces and pendant lighting are making the modern day master bedroom closet into a place to retreat and enjoy.
source : freshome.com