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5. Organise your wardrobeRicaud teaches these essential wardrobe organisation principles: PurgeKeep like with like (i.e. occasion, clothing type, size, colour, etc)Give prime spots to more frequently used clothingCategorise hung and folded clothesChoose nice hangers, and leave space for hung clothes to breatheFile clothes, instead of piling them, in drawersIf you pick one task and do this during your designated hour each day, your wardrobe will be well-organised in a week!6 compelling reasons to organise your wardrobe
2. Location: SingaporeDesigner: ProzfileFeatures: A second, smaller room given over entirely to a massive walk-in wardrobe space. And look, a home office nook too!
Walk-in WardrobeWardrobe depths range from 60-65 centimetres to allow enough room for clothes, including bulky coats, on hangers. Depending on the type of doors your wardrobe has – hinged or sliding – the clearance (walkway) in front of the wardrobes range from 76-91 centimetres for comfort.Pro tip: Women’s shoes require a shelf depth of 35 centimetres minimum; men’s shoes will need more.Essential walk-in wardrobe measurements you need to knowTELL USDid you find this story useful? Tell us in the Comments section below. And don’t forget to like, share or save this story. Join the conversation.
DoorsIf you decide to add doors to keep your robe looking ordered, or to protect clothes from dust, there are lots of options available. Try timber veneer finishes, polyurethane in almost any colour, or frosted glass.Designer tipMirrored doors will make a walk-in robe look bigger and are super practical too.TELL US What are your tips for a well-designed wardrobe? Share them in the Comments below.MORE12 Real-Life Savvy Shoe Storage Ideas From Around the World