Suppose you have a spare room to build a walk-in closet, lucky you. Here is how people and their designers can make the extra room into a storage area of their dream. Custom closet designs are not for people with a weak heart. It takes a lot of time, money, and energy to itemize your things and create an organized and efficient closet.
The best approach to this issue is to assess the storage needed before meeting with a designer. Listed below are some guidelines people can follow if they are lucky enough to build their new dream wardrobe.
Know the dimensions of the clothes
It is a big one, whether the homeowner is planning to store clothes through shelves or hanging racks. People and their designers want to ensure they are getting the best possible solution for their clothes. One thing property owners need to be aware of is the width of their clothes.
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The depth of their wardrobe panels and cabinets will range from 14 to 24 inches. Most clothing items like blouses, coats, jackets, and shirts will fit inside a cabinet with a 24-inch width. Anything with less depth will not always fit the clothing. It means blouses and shirts will protrude.
Make sure to plan wisely, especially if you have a center island inside the walk-in closet. Property owners and their designers will base their new wardrobe around the kind of clothes the client has. Here are some clothes dimensions people need to know:
Folded shirts and sweaters require nine to fifteen inches of linear space in between.
Thick coats can require 30 to 70 inches of vertical space.
Jeans and pants require at least 50 inches of vertical area (half if folded neatly).…