Space in the house is never enough, but with a little imagination we can create wardrobes or small closets in places that we would never have imagined. Which? The aisle eg! The passageway, usually not used, will lend itself to becoming our “blank canvas” on which to design an ad hoc built-in wardrobe ready to accommodate inside everything that no longer fits in the drawers and thus have it at hand and in order.
Deciding which direction to take may seem difficult, but if we give free rein to the imagination without forgetting to consider the space available, we will certainly be able to find the built-in wardrobe that is right for us.
Before deciding which model to choose, there are a few things to consider. The piece of furniture needs its own design to have a result worthy of the best designers and integrate perfectly with the environment without being an out of place or bulky element. In any case, the lines they must be simple and essential and if we have a long and narrow corridor in front of us, we can get help from the colors. The light colors applied to the doors will allow to obtain a space with attention to detail, but at the same time ample.
The most used solution is also the one that fits in all environments, the reason? He manages to create a wardrobe that fully meets the needs of storing objects inside, but which at the same time seems almost not to be there.
To achieve this, just mount one solid structure to be completed with sliding doors which will hide its content from view. For an impeccable work, the details must not be neglected and the color becomes the absolute protagonist if you use the same palette of the surrounding walls on the doors.
The corridors, more often than not, are narrow and dark and the idea of inserting a wardrobe in this space of the house scares us. In reality it is enough to choose the most suitable solution and even a small place will seem spacious to us.
You don’t need a magic wand to do all this, just use the mirrors. Yes, because the reflective surface has the “gift” of making rooms appear larger. We must not resort to out of the ordinary solutions: by simply mounting the mirrors on the doors and playing with the light tones of the structure, we will have the right touch of light and an extra space that we can use as we wish.
Wardrobe in plasterboard
If we have a small budget and do not want to give up the built-in wardrobe, we can bet everything on a versatile and economical material: the drywall. And if we are DIY lovers, that’s it!
With a little dexterity we will have an impeccable result and a light but resistant wardrobe. The plasterboard allows us to give free rein to our imagination, so we can enrich it with consoles, drawers and everything we need to store our favorite objects.
In the event that we have a very small house, the built-in wardrobe at this point becomes a real extra element and the space-saving solution we desperately need. To make the most of every inch at our disposal, the only alternative is to choose a custom wardrobe with the structure, materials and colors we prefer.