The dressing room, considered an independent part of the house, is now an integral part of the interior design. But how should you consider the layout when you’re short on space?
The answer here, with 5 tips to create storage solutions adapted to the smallest spaces, combining originality and space-saving.
CREATE STORAGE IN THE ATTIC
Despite its undeniable charm, an attic bedroom is in many cases a waste of space. However, have you thought about optimizing this space to create a dressing room worthy of the name?
Whoever says dressing room does not necessarily mean high ceilings. In fact, there are endless possibilities at your disposal to furnish the dressing room of your dreams.
Thanks to specially adapted systems, this is even possible with unusual dimensions:
- ready-to-install modules
- fragile and sliding doors
- rail mounting bracket under the inclination
ARRANGE A WARDROBE IN A SMALL SPACE LIKE A STAIRCASE
Depending on its configuration, the bottom of a staircase can be a great ally for furnishing a dressing room.
This space-saving solution is ideal for the smallest spaces. It allows, similar to the attic, to optimize a space that is often considered lost in advance.
A DRESSING ROOM AS A ROOM DIVIDER
In a studio or student room, it is important to separate work, dining, relaxation or sleeping areas so that each has a very specific function. For this, a dressing room is an excellent solution. It combines business with pleasure and saves space and functionality.
This solution offers many design possibilities, whether you choose an open or closed dressing room and whether it is equipped with boxes, wardrobes or drawers.
This type of dressing room can be ideal for isolating a sleeping area from the rest of the room.
A DRESSING ROOM IN THE FORM OF AN OPEN WARDROBE
This system is a walk-in closet solution at its simplest. In most cases, it is equipped with rods and open boxes, but can also be found in the form of a clothes rack.
The first advantage is the practical aspect because with this type of dresser you will find your ideal outfit at first sight!
An open wardrobe also allows you to display your most beautiful pieces and integrate them into your decor. The budget is an argument of choice for this system, which does not lack originality.
A WOODEN BOX AS A LOCKER ROOM
Last but not least, this last trick is a guarantee of simplicity and functionality. Wood is a raw and timeless material par excellence, known for its sturdiness and simplicity, which can be an excellent base for a dressing room in the form of a box or module.
There are also many possibilities with this type of division, which you can imagine open or closed and which you can equip with different storage space accessories as you wish.
This cladding solution also offers a wide choice of finishes with the countless types of wood ( OSB, pine, oak, etc.) available on the market.