12 Wardrobe Accessories You Must Consider
Almost every bedroom has a wardrobe and most often, there is enough space in your wardrobe to house your entire collection of clothes. Then why do we always feel like we can’t get our wardrobe in order? It probably has something to do with how we plan and design wardrobe interiors.&nbs
Most homeowners spend a lot of time and effort deliberating on the finish and design of their wardrobes but don’t do the same when it comes to wardrobe interiors. However, space optimisation within the wardrobe is of paramount importance. For example, did you know that you can actually have wardrobe accessories that help you store your trousers without getting creases?
There are many such accessories that can customise wardrobes for special storage needs, giving the user a seamless experience. So let us take you through 12 cool accessories that can completely transform your experience of storage.
#1: Folding Mirror
We suggest the pull-out mirror accessory that can be folded neatly into the wardrobe. It’s a space-efficient solution for a full-length dressing mirror. Plus, it gives you the freedom to choose shutter finishes that go with the style of your bedroom.
#2: Trouser/Saree Rack
This pull-out rack ensures you don’t have to bend over to access the lower parts of your wardrobe. It also ensures ironed clothes stay crisp, particularly trousers and sarees. Plus, it allows you to see each item of clothing separately!
#3: Pull-out Hanger Rail
The top-mount hanger rail is particularly useful in this regard. The sliding mechanism allows you to draw out the hanger rail towards yourself so that you can see all your clothes. This also ensures your pressed shirts and jackets don’t develop dog ears and bent collars.
#4: Organiser Drawer
Solution: The right way to deal with this wardrobe interiors problem is to install organiser trays inside drawers. This very useful accessory is made of MDF and lined with fabric. The compartments help you segregate important items like jewellery, cufflinks, ties, belts etc.
#5: Metal Basket Drawer
Solution: We suggest you get a metal basket drawer if you like to segregate your linen from your clothes. This accessory makes it easy to separate space within the wardrobe and organise different items more efficiently.
#6: Trouser/Saree Hanging Shelf Top Pull-out
Solution: So if you wish to prioritise visibility in your wardrobe interiors, you should probably opt for the double pull-out rack in the top part of your closet. This choice depends on your lifestyle. For instance, if you wear sarees regularly, it would be an excellent design choice for your wardrobe.
#7: Shoe Organiser Drawer
Solution: So make space for them in your wardrobe interiors. Most of us don’t like to bend down and use the lowest parts of our wardrobes so often. Best to use this space for the shoe organiser drawer then. Stow away your Jimmy Choos and Steve Maddens here!
#8: Horizontal Hanger Rail
Solution: This is a customisable accessory that can be tailored to suit your type of wardrobe. If you are not someone who wears many dresses, you should go for a shorter module that suffices for coats and shirts. However, a sturdy hanger rail is a basic feature for closets that should not be traded for anything else.
#9: Digital Safe
Solution: If you want an advanced level of security for your valuables and important documents (like property deeds etc.) install a safe inside your wardrobe. With a password lock, this accessory keeps your valuables safe to a much higher degree than the regular lock and key units.
#10: Pull-down Hanger Rail
Solution: This struggle can come to an end if you opt for a pull-down hanger rail in your wardrobe. This adjustable accessory comes with a pull-down mechanism that can be used to make your clothes reachable. This feature is also very useful for wall-to-ceiling wardrobes (without lofts) that have higher modules.
#11: Glass Basket Drawer
The chic glass drawer is the perfect space for your delicates. Tuck in your lacy undergarments or sleep wear here. You can find space for your sequined clutches or pen boxes here too!
#12: Wicker Basket Drawer
A washable drawer to keep your not-so-dirty laundry
The wicker basket drawer is a practical and more organised replacement for ‘the chair.’ You can use it to keep clothes you have worn once but they are not dirty enough to wash. Since you are keeping unwashed clothes in this drawer, we have made sure that the drawer itself is washable!
If collecting bling is your thing, then a jewellery cupboard definitely needs to go on your dream wardrobe wish list. This deluxe, drool-worthy cabinet is a beauty and will ensure your comprehensive collection remains perfectly organised, easily accessible and in great condition. It boasts raised black velvet-lined panel doors with hooks to hang necklaces from (notice how the sections vary in size to accommodate chains of different lengths), drawers with soft velvet jewellery inserts, pull-out shelves to hold bangle holders and trays for earrings and rings, plus a large mirror in the top compartment.
5. Divide and conquer
Are your drawers out of control? Bring order back to these pull-out storage spaces by fitting them with handy drawer dividers and inserts that will keep them neat and orderly – that’s right, no more tangled jewellery, crumpled ties, kinked belts, misshaped bras or lonely, single socks (hurrah)! They’ll also help prevent delicate or fragile accessories, such as lacy lingerie or sunglasses, from getting damaged, as each item (or similar items that have been grouped together) will have its own designated space, rather
6. What a spin out!
Do you have a small or awkward space in your wardrobe you don’t know what to do with? Then a rotating shelving unit or carousel clothes rack may be just what you need. Here, two spinning closet systems successfully turn this compact nook into a practical and efficient storage zone. It boasts a combination of open shelves, drawers and hanging space.
8. Pull-out pants
If you hate how trousers slip and slide on coat hangers, and never fail to become crushed and wrinkled after being hung in a cramped closet, a simple solution is to incorporate a pull-out pants rack into your closet. Choose a rack that’s compact yet offers ample room between the rods so your pants remain perfectly folded and crease-free. Non-slip rods will also ensure your trousers don’t slide off the racks.
19. Behind closed doors
Not enough people utilise the vacant space on the inside of cupboard doors. Hooks and built-in compartments (such as the one shown here) provide handy hidden storage for small accessories you wish to keep organised and stowed out of sight.