The Best Small Dressing Room Ideas for Your Space

Realistically, only a few enjoy a dressing room of more than 10 m 2 at home. But don’t worry: here are the keys to create one, which takes up little but solves a lot.

1. SMALL WALK-IN CLOSET

Separated by a sliding bedroom door, this small dresser is a design by Iñaki Mujika. If you have a space that is wider than it is long – as here – it allows you to create a short wardrobe front; Take advantage of the space you have in the center of the room with a pair of drawers or furniture with doors that give you more storage capacity.

2. TWO FRONTS THAT COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER

This passage space between the bedroom and the bathroom is a perfect place to create a small dressing room. On one front, a floor-to-ceiling closet with several bodies. On the contrary, take note of the idea: a custom design that allows you to organize clothes folded into shelves and drawers as well as accessories.

3. SMALL CLOSETS ARE VERY LARGE

More than you think. Look at this image of a small dressing room (design by the decorator Blanca Tey). It has been created with two storage modules open and facing each other in a mini space before entering the bathroom from the bedroom. Being in a sheltered place and somewhat independent from the rest area, the idea of ​​not placing doors lightens the whole.

4. A DRESSING ROOM-STUDY

In many floors, there is that tiny room that you do not know what to use. As the meters are gold, write this idea down: a small long and narrow room is now a dressing room and study at the same time. The key: floor-to-ceiling cabinets to make the most of the space, with plain fronts in light tones and to the window, a custom ledge as a desk ( ssshhh , can also be used as a dressing table ).

5. THE MUST-HAVES IN A SMALL DRESSING ROOM ARE …

Shelves and bars! Because they are the essential elements to place T-shirts, on the one hand, and hanging pants, shirts, and dresses on the other. If the dressing room modules are 40 cm deep, discard the drawers because they waste valuable centimeters. Idea: the hangers must be all the same and maintain a minimum distance of one finger from each other.

6. A BATHROOM ADDITIVE

The location of the dressing room is also important. The most common place is the bedroom -in a setback, at the foot of the bed, behind the headboard … – but it can also be an adjoining room that is an office at the same time or the distributor that is between the rest area of ​​a room and the bathroom en suite, as it happens here.

7. CUSTOM L FURNITURE

Another example of a small dressing room in a narrow space that uses tailored furniture to fit perfectly into the available meters. In this elongated dressing room, an L distribution has been chosen. In which it is free, some hat and scarf racks take up the minimum and help a lot. It is also important to take advantage of the space at the top. Place what you least use there and use a sidewalk to access.

8. A DRESSING ROOM IN A LOFT ROOM

What if the only space left at home to create a dressing room is attic? This image will inspire you to create yours. It will be small but complete because although you cannot place tall modules to hang long clothes, you can create closed or open cabinets with shelves and drawers to store folded clothes, accessories, shoes…

 

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