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7 Walk-in Closets For Indian Homes

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A walk-in closet is a luxury, especially in India’s urban areas where space comes at a premium. However, the luxury that it adds to a home is unmatched. If you are one of those lucky souls who have a spacious apartment or are building a house, incorporating a walk-in closet just off your bedroom is something that you won’t ever regret.

Take a look at these 7 walk-in closets that we have picked. They are ideal for Indian homes, and even if you don’t have one in your home, it will make you aspire for one!

Colourful Corner

In addition to using mirrors, bright colours add a cheery ambiance to a narrow passageway that houses a walk-in closet. Cheerful cherry tones complement the mirror laminated sliding doors in this walk-in, creating a cosy yet stunning space.

Mirrored Passageway

Walk-in closets are ideally placed between the bedroom and the bathroom. You don’t need a very large area to plan it. A passageway with sufficient space for walk-in wardrobes on either side is good enough. The use of mirrors on the sliding doors of the closet makes the area look less cramped.

Attached Dressing Room

In a house, a dressing room with floor-to-ceiling wardrobes works just as well as a walk-in closet. In this home, the area has an airy feel about it due to the use of white and pastels. The round table at the centre adds style in addition to providing a convenient counter for placing clothes or accessories while deciding what to wear.

Dressing Drawers

A walk-in closet or dressing area doesn’t have to be restricted to wardrobes with shelves. Drawers are a great option for organized storage. This professionally designed walk-in closet has a smart, modern look with black and white drawers creating a chequerboard effect.

One Sided

If you don’t have the space for wardrobes on both sides of a passageway, use one of the walls for the closet and fix a mirror along the entire wall on the other side. This will not only serve as a reflecting surface for checking if you look well-dressed but also make the cramped space look larger than it is.

Against the Wall

Sometimes the passageway connecting the bedroom and bathroom is too narrow for building a closet along it. In such instances, building a wardrobe against the wall in the corner is a good option. Add a matching mirror and a dressing table or a chest of drawers for more storage and style.

Designer Dressing

An ordinary dressing area between the master bedroom and the bath can be made stylish by adding a few simple touches. The floral patterns on the sliding doors of the wardrobe, a carved floral frame on the wall-mounted full-length mirror, as well as recessed lighting, make the walk-in dressing area in this home look elegant.

Have you ever considered getting a walk-in closet for your home? Whether you are renovating your home or designing the interiors of a new one, this will be one addition that will introduce an element of luxury to your home. Visit this ideabook for additional walk-in closet designs.

Which of these walk-in closet designs is your favourite? Comment below to tell us which one you would like in your home.
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