7 Ways to Reduce Clutter in Your Wardrobe

If you’re struggling to close your wardrobe or feel frustrated every time you try to find something in it, it could be time to reduce the clutter. However, while many of us might have the best intentions when it comes to cleaning out our wardrobes, this can easily fall to the bottom of the priority list. Therefore, you need a step by step approach to make this task a manageable one. To get you started, here are seven ways you can reduce clutter in your wardrobe, starting today!   How To Reduce Clutter In Your Wardrobe:   1. Start Small We might have grand ideas about sorting out our entire wardrobe in a weekend, but often this doesn’t happen because it is a really overwhelming task! To make things easier on yourself, start small. Start by going through your clothing and removing all of the items that are torn, damaged… Read More

How To Organise Your Wardrobe With Minimalism In Mind

“You never wear any of your clothes!” These are a few words that may resonate with you, whether from a surprised partner or friend upon discovering your minefield of clothing. Although you may find yourself complaining about the mass of clothes that seem to rain down upon you every time you open the wardrobe doors, chances are, this is not a lingering thought and before you know it you will have moved on with your day. Minimalist Wardrobe Organisation We’d like to suggest an alternative, a step towards a lifestyle change. Dear readers, we present: Minimalism! Although this concept may seem daunting at first, we encourage you to relax. It doesn’t quite mean that you’ll end up in an empty room with echoing cupboards. Fact: 4-5% of landfill waste is composed of thrown out clothing. This is not a great statistic in the space of becoming more conscious about waste… Read More

Modern Wardrobe Design Trends To Watch In 2019

With a range of wardrobe designs increasingly in popularity, 2019 brings up bespoke lighting, stunning back wall accents and innovative new storage options. Check out our top picks for this year’s wardrobe design trends and choose your perfect storage system… Back wall accents When you’re looking at wardrobe designs, you may not pay too much thought to the interior décor. However, adding a back accent can complement your room décor and make your wardrobe system stand out. Whether you opt for bright paints, muted wallpapers or wood panelling, a back wall accent can change your wardrobe from a functional storage space into a stunning, room-enhancing feature. Built in drawers Traditionally, people relied on numerous pieces of bedroom furniture to house their clothes, shoes and linens. With customisable wardrobe systems, however, 2019 is seeing more and more people switch to a one-stop storage solution. With built-in drawers, hanging rails, hooks and… Read More

Transition Your Wardrobe from Summer to Winter

As the temperature begins to drop, you may find yourself reaching for sweaters and boots rather than mini-skirts and thongs. If you don’t have unlimited closet space (and who does?), this means that it’s time to transition your wardrobe from summer to winter. Take the Chance to Declutter Since you’ll be removing and examining your clothes anyway, this seasonal wardrobe transition is an excellent opportunity to declutter your wardrobe. Carefully examine each garment for stains, tears, rips, missing buttons or other signs of wear. If it’s a favourite piece and it can be repaired, set it aside for a trip to the tailor. Otherwise, garments that are damaged can be discarded. After you remove garments that are damaged, the next step is to remove clothes that don’t fit you properly. If your size has changed, go ahead and let go of the old items and take it to an op… Read More

How to Declutter Your Wardrobe | Marie Kondo Style

It all started with a book. Then a series of workshops. And, in 2019, decluttering guru Marie Kondo even debuted a show on Netflix teaching people the “life-changing art of tidying up.” It turns out that if you’ve got a cluttered home, it can stress you out, make you less productive and even interfere with your beauty rest. And, if you’re reading this article, chances are you’ve opened up your wardrobe on multiple occasions to see it filled to the brim, yet you lament that you have absolutely nothing to wear. Over the years, several methodologies have been shared about how to clean out your closet, but Marie Kondo takes a unique approach that is easier (and more fun) to follow than anything we’ve seen.   Everything Must Come Out First The first step is to go to your closet and take everything out of it. Pile everything on your… Read More

5 Reasons Why You Need A Walk-In Wardrobe

There are a few renovations you can make to your home that will add as much luxury and practicality as a walk-in wardrobe. There are so many ways and methods that can help you organise and make the most of the space you have. But none can provide you with the kind of space, convenience and versatility of your very own walk-in closet. Imagine a spacious, inviting private room where you can keep all your cherished clothes and accessories neat and organized. You’ll always be able to find anything you’re looking for. You can also get dressed and ready in peace each morning, without the hassles that come along with smaller standard sized closets. Sure, it can be a pricey endeavour, but there’s no doubt it’s every bit worth the time and money you put into it. The pros absolutely outweigh the cons. These 5 reasons why you need a… Read More

How To Develop Your Own Capsule Wardrobe

While watching the ever-evolving lifestyle wardrobes of fashionistas can be thrilling and inspire you to hit the shops for that must-have item, shopping is tiring. There’s a great deal to be said for the Mark Zuckerberg or Steve Jobs approach to wardrobe, variations on the same couple of outfits every day, as it helps simplify your morning routine brilliantly. If you don’t want to go quite that extreme, have you given any consideration to experimenting with a capsule wardrobe? What Is a Capsule Wardrobe? Although you might think capsule wardrobes came in with the modern minimalist movement, the term was actually coined back in the 70s by a London boutique owner, Suzie Faux. The idea is to assemble a small number of timeless staples, and then pepper in some seasonal pieces. Anywhere from 30 to 50 items is generally considered capsule wardrobe territory. Since the average woman has 150 pieces… Read More

4 Rooms That You Should Install Mirrored Wardrobe Doors

Mirrors are the ultimate illusion of space solution for small rooms or, indeed, just extending large ones. Reflective wardrobe doors are a staple in the bedroom for providing lots of storage space and giving the visual illusion of a larger room; but mirrored cabinets and cupboard doors can be utilised in all rooms of the house for the same effect. Read on to learn stylish interior design tips for incorporating mirrors into every room in your home in Perth – not just the bedroom. 1. Bathroom Of course, we all have a bathroom mirror – they’re necessary for grooming, brushing teeth and doing our hair. But have you considered reflective cabinets to conserve space? An above-sink medicine cabinet is a great way to store medicines out of reach and sight of children (they wouldn’t even have to know what is inside, especially if it is kept locked), and removes the… Read More

What You Should be Looking for in a Wardrobe Solutions Company in Perth

  When searching for a wardrobe solutions company in Perth, it’s important to consider the following aspects and how the company can help you with them. Installing wardrobes has the express purpose of freeing up space in your home; but there are many ways this ideal can be pushed to create even more space with tips and tricks commonly used by interior designers. Discover these tips and tricks here, plus find out which unit style will work best in your home and for your preferences. Mirrored Wardrobes Mirror-fronted storage both organise and conceal your garments, and have a two-in-one function in built-in mirrors, which frees up your wall space for pictures, art, lamps, etc. Full-length mirrors are best used, so you can see your whole outfit and create the illusion of more space and depth in the room. All good wardrobe companies will be able to create custom mirror and… Read More

6 Ways Mirrored Wardrobe Doors Can Make Your Small Space Look Bigger

  It’s common knowledge that large mirrors make a space look bigger – it’s a not-so-secret trick that interior designers have relied on for decades. They give the illusion of depth, reflect both natural and artificial light, and can make any room appear elongated when placed at smart angles. Mirrored wardrobe doors make a space look larger in two key ways: they conceal messy clothes storage (messy spaces make a place look much more cramped) and the mirrors reflect the room back on itself to make it look far more spacious. Here’s all the benefits to installing mirrored wardrobes in your rooms, and the different types you can get. If you’re considering mirrored wardrobes as a storage solution in your home, come around to the idea by checking out Lifestyle Wardrobes’ beautiful garment solutions, from sliding door wardrobes to fully renovated walk-in rooms. 1. Frameless Mirror Wardrobes This is the… Read More

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