1. IDEA TEN FOR A MINI DRESSING ROOM
This is a project by Pipi & Co that gives us an idea to copy when designing a small dressing room in a corner or room: play with the backgrounds of the modules to take advantage of the space. In a corner or L-shaped composition, two modules 60 cm deep would create “dead” spaces. So play with the funds because if the dressing room is open it does not matter if the clothes stand out.
2. TWO FRONTS THAT COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER
This passage space between the bedroom and the bathroom is a great place to create a small dressing room. On one front, a floor-to-ceiling closet with several bodies. Instead, take note of the idea: a bespoke design that allows you to organize folded clothes on shelves and drawers as well as accessories.
More than you think. Take a look at this image of a small dressing room. It has been created with two open and facing storage modules in a mini space before entering the bathroom from the bedroom. By staying in a sheltered place and somewhat independent from the rest area, the idea of not placing doors lightens the whole.
If you want to save money when creating your dressing room, do without doors. But this is only recommended when it is in a small room. This way you won’t add visual noise to the bedroom. To lighten up, the access doors can be made of glass, like these… are you convinced by the idea?
5. THE MUST IN A SMALL DRESSING ROOM ARE …
Shelves and bars! Because they are the essential elements to place t-shirts, on the one hand, and pants, shirts, and dresses hanging on the other. If the dressing room modules are 40 cm deep, discard the drawers because they waste valuable centimeters. Idea: it is important that the hangers are all the same and maintain a minimum distance between them of one finger.
The location of the dressing room is also important. The Trendy common place is the bedroom – in a setback, at the foot of the bed, behind the headboard… – but it can also be an adjoining room that is an office at the same time or the distributor that is between the rest area of a room and the bathroom en suite, as it happens here.