When planning you bedroom design and layout other than the bed the next most important furniture fitting to be selected are the bedroom cupboards
If you are fortunate to have a dedicated dressing room with plenty of space then the options are endless. That said a cleverly laid out dressing room with limited space can just as effectively accommodate your needs. The key is a careful weighing up of your needs and getting practical advice from your joinery consultant
When deciding on your cupboards think about factors like whether you have more need to hanging space or whether you prefer to fold your clothes? Do you have an enviable shoe or handbag collection that you want ease of access to? What about smalls – underwear, scarves , belts and socks? ? What is the best way to store and access these?
Other practical considerations could be lighting
Does the room get enough light – could you add a window or skylight (bearing in mind privacy and UV protection required for clothing) or do you need to supplement this? Remember lighting from behind you is going to cast shadows.
Today’s technological advances has given us LED light that are unobtrusive , do not generate excessive heat (a consideration in small non ventilated areas) and come with automatic on/off switches.
Another consideration is the use of mirrors
Very often substituting on of the cupboard fronts for a mirror finish solves this problems as well as adding another dimension or additional light source to the room.
Lastly what other elements do you cupboards need to incorporate?
Tea/coffee station or Television set , perhaps a dressing table or desk surface