Achieving a contemporary look, its all here in black and white…
Wardrobes are becoming an integral part of interior design; welcome news for a much-neglected area of most homes.
Good storage has become one of the ‘must have’ items on most home buyers list, but we still see wardrobes with little to no interior planning; it’s just a case of shut the door quick!
Improving your storage can add value to your home and enhance style. While you are doing this consider how the design will work with the rest of your home; will it complement it, does it fit the narrative?
Modern wardrobes come in a range of finishes making it easier than ever to achieve that custom look for a fraction of the cost.
In this example, we’ve taken standard Multistore wardrobe shells and dressed them for a contemporary look to create a walk-in you won’t want to walk out from!
Contemporary design is a broad term that typically refers to décor with clean, crisp lines, a simple colour palette and the use of materials such as metals, glass and steel.
Imagine curated shelves and hanging, every item in easy reach
The style is fuss-free and simple, yet sophisticated. Contemporary design colour palettes are one of the most distinct elements, the style tends to stick to black, white and grey with plain fabrics.
We’ve used a corner unit to wrap the storage around the room, not only is this is a great space saver, but coupled with a mix of shelves and drawers, helps create the illusion of custom-made without the high price tag.
Fold T-shirts and store by colours, not only will you save space, it looks great too!
Hanging your clothes all facing the same way adds some visual order, and helps achieve that curated look.
All the wardrobes featured in this article are available at Bunnings Warehouse
2 Jumbo Drawer Unit