December 30, 2015

Tips and ideas on designing a dressing room

The dressing room is one of the compartments of the house which is increasingly gaining more importance in the latest home trends. These trends are all about taking full advantage of maximizing the space. It is important to provide an adequate return to our storage needs and keep in mind, always, whether a dressing room is for ladies, gentlemen or both, for the reason that items of clothing and accessories are different from each other and vary in their use for different occasions.
Different layouts for your wardrobe
Tips and ideas on designing a dressing roomThe dressing room should consist of cabinets with different dependencies that are organized by type of clothing and various accessories. Optimal dimensions of a good dresser are about two feet deep and three feet wide for perfect freedom to move smoothly into it, and around it. The usual locker distribution is U-shaped, but can also be straight or form an L shape. Doors thereof can be different, with usual sliding or folding doors, but one can also have a dressing room with no doors and/or with curtains, a resource that is increasingly used in the latest trends.
Space use
When designing a dressing room, one must know the space available for making the most of each section in order to store all the garments and accessories. We have to think about the clothes we have and do a project assignment to make it as comfortable as possible, without neglecting the more elegant appearance in design process.
Also, one has to consider the small details to complement everything in the dressing room and thereby achieve a more affable space, such as rugs, which can prove quite useful when you move and walk barefoot on the floor. Other details may be a seat, a rocking chair or a lazy bag, which, according to the space we have, can be easily moved.
The add-ons for your collection can be stored in boxes or baskets, thus being quite decorative and the most functional for a dressing room. It is also important not to leave out the most important addition to the dressing room, the mirror, which must always be as large as possible. 
Adequate distribution
When distributing the order of the items for good functionality, we must keep the garments that are more used at our reach, while at the top we can place the least used and the clothes that are off-season, creating priority in a storage space, using the appropriate number of bars. In recent trends, highland bars are often used, together with the bottom drawers and shelves, to maximize the use of space the most. Find an area for the shoe cabinet, which can be placed at the bottom of the dresser with different heights for shoes and boots. 
Ideally, dressing rooms are places with plenty of light, and if you do not have natural light, it is recommended to use white light since it is the most similar to sunlight. You have to consider putting a ceiling lighting as well. Recently, LED downlights are getting more popular, especially in the area where one is going to change.
There are many current possibilities for dressing rooms, from the usual image of the furniture on one side of the room, to own and independent spaces that are rooms themselves, or even other proposals that are integrated into the bathroom. In all cases, we must know what is most suitable for our lifestyle and look of our homes. Before facing the interior layout it is essential to decide how many people will use the dressing room and analyze the type of clothes that will be stored.