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Create a walk-in wardrobe in your bedroom
You don’t need a separate room to have a walk-in wardrobe. You can create one in your bedroom that has the same great feeling and practical benefits.
Concentrate storage in one area
Use the headboard of your bed to divide off the area for your wardrobe and put most of your storage there. Then the rest of the room will feel relaxing and airy.
Get the small things organised
With a few boxes you can make sure your shelves and drawers stay tidy and that you can always find smaller things like socks and accessories.
Use curtains as wardrobe doors
Curtains can make good wardrobe doors. They’re quick to put up, budget-friendly and don’t take much space when open. This one is homemade from SKÄGGÖRT fabric. Leave some space clear in front of the curtain for getting at your storage and trying on clothes.
A headboard that multitasks
The headboard of the bed doesn’t just separate the wardrobe area from the rest of the room, it also works as a clothes rack and picture gallery.
Essentials for getting dressed
A big mirror, good lighting and a bench to sit on make putting your outfit together a lot easier. And a MULIG clothes bar makes a great home for clothes that you’ve worn a bit but don’t need to wash yet.
For make-up and accessories
Don’t forget a place where you can put the finishing touches to how you’re going to look today. A SKÅDIS pegboard combination keeps your make-up and accessories nice and handy.
We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.