Ever since the 2008 Sex And The City movie, many of us have hankered for a walk in wardrobe to rival Carrie Bradshaw’s. Although most of us aren’t lucky enough to live in a Manhattan penthouse apartment, it’s still possible to have your own slice of walk-in Heaven. If you have a spare or box room, this can be used to create a walk in wardrobe relatively easily but there are a few things to keep in mind before you start:
With the most coveted fashion event underway in the capital, there’s never been a better time to liven up your wardrobe space for the new season’s trends. Whether you love labels or prefer shopping for a bargain, finding the space for an ever-growing collection can sometimes be a tricky task. No matter how small or large your home is, if you’ve ever dreamed of creating a walk-in wardrobe, now could be the perfect opportunity.
Bijou, cosy, small but perfectly formed..........whatever you choose to call it, a small home can present a number of challenges; not least when it comes to storage and space.
Whether it’s banged shins from too much clutter or not having enough room for all your shoes, frustrations can mount when living in a small space but there are a number of budget friendly ways that you can make the most of your home, however small.
So, you’ve survived the terrible twos, the tooth fairy and the teenage tantrums and, now, it’s finally time for your chick to fly the nest.
There’s a sort of person who thrives off household chores, feeling a warm sensation of wholesomeness and industry about maintaining their living space. For the majority of us, however, housework is the most tedious drudgery, and we dream wistfully of the day when we might make enough money to be able to pay someone to take it off our hands.
It’s getting to that time of the year, the weather’s changing and your summer clothing wardrobe is in limbo. Your decision to unpack the summer range needs to be decisive because let's face it, space is limited. What’s the solution to space-saving the bulky winter clothing?