The traditional cabinet doors of the wardrobe are noble and elegant. In terms of color collocation, rough wood grains are used without modification to retain their natural textures and coordinate with each other to achieve balance. The glass doors are embellished to increase the sense of transparency and openness.
The walk-in wardrobe is generally composed of upper, middle and lower levels. On the upper floor, you can leave a larger compartment space at the top of the wardrobe to store suitcases, seasonal bedding, and larger items that are not commonly used.
In the middle of the wardrobe, suits, coats, and jackets can be placed, and as much hanging space is reserved as possible, and the clothes are hanged on the upper and lower horizontal bars according to the length of the clothes. At the same time, you can choose such a rotating hanger to make full use of the corner space to maximize the effect of storing clothes.
The lower of wardrobe has a large design space. If you use pull-out panels or partitions to sort and store the stacked woolen clothes and T-shirts during the design, you can keep the stacked clothes in order. For close-fitting underwear and socks can be stored in the drawer cabinet.