If none of the previously mentioned storage tips help, it might be time for a new wardrobe that is fitted to your wall space and customised to your storage needs.
Unlike free-standing units, fitted wardrobes are bespoke, made-to-measure storage solutions that mean you can maximise the amount of storage that the wardrobe offers because they fit perfectly in the space you have available.
When you're choosing the features of your new wardrobe, here are some things to consider.
Door system: sliding vs hinged doors?
The door style you choose for your wardrobe depends on how much space you have and how you want to use the doors.
Sliding wardrobe doors are ideal for small bedrooms because they don't take up space when they open outward and therefore make your space feel bigger. Without handles or visible hinges, the design of sliding wardrobe doors is simple and sleek and will blend into your bedroom decor.
Or, you might choose hinged doors instead of sliding wardrobe doors if you want to make use of the space on the back of the doors to hang accessories or add an additional clothes rail.
Door exterior appearance
The materials and finish of your wardrobe can have an impact on how tidy the closet and bedroom look. You might choose glass or the classic wood look for your fitted wardrobe. We love these door panels made of elegant grey or black glass.
Especially in small spaces, shiny wardrobe doors can make the bedroom look bigger and brighter.
Some people like to hang a mirror inside their closet, but keeping an alcove free for a mirror isn't a good use of storage space.
Instead, we recommend mirror wardrobe doors which can make your room feel bigger and more spacious. Even if there's clutter inside the wardrobe, a mirrored exterior will project the appearance of tidy organisation.