Designing your ideal fitting wardrobe can be exciting because you get to choose how you want to store and show your clothes, shoes, and accessories.


Not everyone has the luxury of space or the funds for a walk-in closet. But the good news is that even in the smallest of spaces, you can have a bespoke fitted wardrobe that is not only functional but also elegantly stores all your clothes and accessories. Who said you couldn’t have that luxe feel!


Space for hanging

The amount of hanging space required in a fitted wardrobe will vary according to the individual. Tops, jumpers, and jeans can be folded allowing your other items to hang properly without being packed in. If you don’t have a lot of lengthy items of clothes, you could choose for two hanging rails, one on top of the other, in a custom constructed wardrobe. Alternatively, use a combination of double rails at one end and a single rail at the other. If you can’t decide, consider getting adjustable rails to give you more flexibility when it comes to putting up your clothes.



Having drawers in your wardrobe is a great way to store little items like ties, belts, scarves, hats, and other accessories. It keeps all of your goods organised and visible rather than stuffed away or on racks with the rest of your clothes. It also gives you additional options when choosing an outfit since, rather than going for the same item because you can’t find or see what else you have, you can view a variety of colours and styles. You also create order in the drawers by utilising dividers, which will keep everything from being jumbled.



You can easily make room for some open shelves at the back of your closet or behind a hanging rail. This is an excellent storage solution for neatly stacked jumpers, handbags, and laundry. The beauty of custom designed fitted wardrobes is that they don’t all have to be the same height; for example, your deeper shelves might be at waist height and then shallower shelves at the bottom to hold shoes — they can even be slanted, giving your closet a true luxury shop front.


Optimise every inch

Think vertically, since a fitted wardrobe that extends all the way to the ceiling can provide a significant amount of space. The area at the top can be used to store goods that don’t require as much access, such as seasonal clothing.  A custom-made fitted wardrobe will ensure that every inch of available space is maximized and not lost. Also, don’t rule out putting a wardrobe in a hallway leading to the bedroom or on the landing; a bespoke wardrobe can be designed to blend in with its surroundings and accommodate problematic areas.