How to enjoy a luxury dressing room in small spaces

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How to enjoy a luxury dressing room in small spaces

Having a luxury dressing room is not as complicated or expensive as you think. These rooms, which we normally see as large rooms in which to recreate ourselves, can also be custom-built to fit small spaces. We are sure that you will not need so many metres if you can adapt the ideas in this post. Today we want to bring you 10 tips that will help you to make the luxury dressing room that you have always dreamed of, even if the space in your home is limited. A perfect solution that will allow you to find your own place without extravagant building work or an expensive outlay.

10 perfect dressing room ideas in small spaces

Look for space behind the bed

Believe it or not, there may be a beautiful luxury dressing room behind the headboard. If your bedroom is elongated and you have room at the foot of your bed, try moving it forward a bit and creating a gap behind it. With less than one metre, you will have enough for your new space, which you can separate with curtains, a small wall or whatever you prefer.

A small room next to the bedroom

In some bedrooms, there is a small space adjacent which seems to be wasted space. This is the perfect place for your dressing room, where you can include open modules to save space. In addition, if this room already has its own door, you have a good reason to leave everything in sight.

Square-plan walk-in closets work too

A luxury dressing room can be adapted to small spaces. With a short wardrobe front, playing with the bottoms of the drawers (or without drawers!) And taking advantage of every inch, you will have your place to try on new outfits. Try sliding doors to avoid taking up central space and use the corners to incorporate features.

Dressing room planning

When you have a small space, planning well where each item will go is the best idea. Try different layouts, such as an L-shaped or U-shaped composition of the furniture. Don’t leave ‘dead’ spaces that you can’t use, and don’t worry about items being on show if you opt for an open dressing room.

Optimise a corridor

If you have a small, elongated space between the bedroom and the bathroom, it can become a perfect hallway for your luxury dressing room. On one side, put a closet that covers the entire wall, from floor to ceiling, with different modules. Right in front, different shelves and drawers in which to keep folded clothes and your favourite accessories.

Do not forget about common areas

If you live alone or with your partner, and don’t mind ‘showing off’ a bit, this can be a great idea on a tight budget. Create an organizer with shelves at different heights and, to cover them, no doors. Hang floor-length curtains that don’t take up space when you need it most.

Convert a closet into a walk-in closet

You may have done some construction work (or are thinking about it) and you don’t know what to do with that built-in closet in your bedroom. What if you try to give it a further metre of depth? You can create a luxury closet-type dressing room, which will already have the built-in doors. Take advantage of the interior walls to place everything you need and take advantage of small spaces.

The attic can also be a dressing room

Sometimes you have no choice but to climb the stairs a bit. This can be a good solution if you don’t have more space in your room, but you still have the moving boxes in the attic. Although there will not necessarily be much space for long hanging clothes, you can have cabinets with shelves and drawers that will give you a lot of room to play with.

What cannot be missing in a mini dressing room

If you want a luxury dressing room in a small space, there are two elements that cannot be missing – the bars and the shelves. You can store t-shirts, shirts, dresses, trousers … Everything you need. If the modules you install are 40 centimetres deep or less, forget about the drawers themselves and instead leave them open. In addition, you should always opt for hangers of the same model and leave at least one centimetre between them. This will make it easier to classify your clothes and will protect them.

Any space is a good place

Almost in any corner you will find the space for your luxury dressing room. A small space in your bedroom will be enough if you install bars that separate it from the rest of the room. You can even skip the modules and divide the room with just a dresser or bench to get ready.  
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