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7 Reasons You Need a Walk-In Robe In Your Life

While you’re designing your own home, consider including one of the most luxurious features that any home can have – a walk-in robe.

Here are seven reasons why having a walk-in robe is one of the best design decisions you’ll make.

1. They’re incredibly practical

This is the number one reason for choosing a walk-in robe. They are very functional – allowing you to see all of your clothes, shoes and accessories at a glance. Walk-ins often have more open floor space, so you may be able to incorporate a makeup or dressing area, fitted with full-length mirrors and ambient lighting.

2. They’re good for your clothes

Why You Need a Walk-In Robe - Good For Clothes

Being open, walk-in robes allow for good ventilation around your clothes. This is especially important in master suites with an ensuite. The moisture from wet areas can get trapped behind the doors of a built-in (or traditional) wardrobe, leading to mildew and mould.

Fortunately, even if your walk-in robe leads to your ensuite, moisture will be able to flow through the room and dissipate.

Your clothes are also less likely to be crushed, leading to less ironing – better for your clothes and your time!

3. They can be cheaper than a regular wardrobe

You might be surprised to learn that it can actually be cheaper to choose a walk-in wardrobe when designing your master bedroom. This is because built-in wardrobes require doors, which are expensive when you consider the handles, hinges, mirrors and finishes.

As walk-in robes can be built into unused existing spaces in your home, they may also require less structural work to install them than a regular wardrobe.

4. They can make good use of odd spaces

Why You Need a Walk-In Robe - Odd Spaces

Where a built-in wardrobe needs to be rectangular to accommodate sliding doors, a walk-in robe can make use of any odd space, including L-shaped nooks or under the stairs. You can then design the layout to suit the capacity.

With a walk-in robe, you also save floor space when compared to a built-in wardrobe that has outward-opening doors.

5. They can be custom-designed to suit you perfectly

Once the space for your walk-in robe has been chosen, you can design it completely to suit your preferences.

This could be rows of shoe racks or jewellery display cases, a dressing table and chair, or plenty of hanging space. They are made-to-measure to fit your space exactly and to suit your storage requirements.

6. They can be very private spaces

Why You Need a Walk-In Robe - Private Space

Your walk-in robe is a room within a room, and can be customised to be a very personal space for you to dress and create your best look, allowing you to relax and prepare in privacy.

7. They make your house feel luxurious

By including a walk-in robe to your master bedroom, you add value to the house.

More coveted than built-in wardrobes, a walk-in robe is more inviting, feels spacious and luxurious, and makes getting dressed a pleasure. Particularly in new homes, having a walk-in robe is on par with having an ensuite in the master suite.

To explore the ultimate in luxury living, download our Lubelso Luxury Home Design brochure and bring your dream to life.


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