You can have it all, you just can’t have it all at once”. Relatable, isn’t it? Storage and space are the two things we look for in everything, be it, a house, a phone, a relationship, and so many other things. It is funny, how even a mansion can lack space after a time.
The struggle only gets real when it comes to our wardrobes. They say owning too many clothes or accessories can turn into a bad habit, well, we say its the other way round. Owning a wardrobe that doesn’t fit your standards and neither the clothes or accessories is a big time loss.
No space for our favourite and loved branded products, losing out on accessories and finding our clothes crumpled when we need to hurry up – Sounds like a very bad beginning of a story, doesn’t it?
Ever wondered, what’s the best and the easiest solution to our storage problems? Well, we won’t give it away so easily. Read on to find out for yourself.
Fact – According to a study conducted by Marks & Spencers, 1 in 5 (21 per cent) women confess that ‘wardrobe rage’ has caused them to row with their partner.
Leading fashion stylists to state that a carefully curated wardrobe is the answer.
The Invention of The “Wonderful Wardrobes”
Let us introduce you all to a very helpful thing called, a wardrobe. The word wardrobe appeared in the English language in the early 14th century. It originated from Old French words “warderobe”, “wardereube” and “garderobe”, in which “warder” meant “to keep, to guard” and “robe” meant “garment”.
The earliest wardrobe was a chest and was initially used only to store clothes. Previously called “armoire” was not considered a luxury piece of furniture until these were used in palaces and castles that were owned by great nobles.
Today, as the topic speaks for itself, a wardrobe is of high importance and it is a necessity for everyone living a modern lifestyle. Not only is it required to store clothes, but it is also essential to have access to showcase our clothes the way we want. It also adds to our ambience and matches up to the lifestyle we all live.
Diverse Avatars of Wardrobes
Unlike the past, we have wardrobes manufacturing in different shapes, styles, designs, and choices to cater to our own preferences the way we would want to.
The “Open” Wardrobes
Pretty true to its name, an open wardrobe is owned by a large number of people today. These designs come with hinges that are easily accessible and have a secure lock system. Space organization is not a problem we’d face with such a wardrobe, but we would definitely have trouble showcasing the branded products that must be flaunted.
The “Walk in” Wardrobes
Whoever named these, was very sure about the designs. These wardrobes are the ultimate luxury goals and come in various styles, allowing us all to perfectly showcase each and every product we own with pride. A huge plus point for everyone who loves fashion is that we can have a whole room dedicated to clothes and accessories and walk into it whenever we want to.
The “Free Standing” Wardrobes
The classic always remains the classic. The traditional style of wardrobes, which are easily portable from one room to another. These are usually made out of metal or wood. Though these wardrobes are still used by most of our older and current generation, these have been proven to run short of space very quickly.
Luxury that comes in “L” Shape
Here comes, the show stopper. The “L” shaped wardrobe designs. Wondering why they’re worth it all? Stay with us and keep scrolling to find out!
L shaped wardrobes give us the full liberty to flaunt our ideas and bring the dreams of owning a lavish wardrobe to reality. The customization of our own wardrobe isn’t limited to just the exterior appearance but we also get the chance to have the interiors designed according to our own wish. Great, isn’t it?
2. Fashionably Flexible
No compromising on fashion choices, yes, you heard us right. L shaped wardrobes are made to accommodate any kind of room features. So, set your heart freely on anything you love and let go of the worries of fitting a wardrobe in your favourite room.
3. Superiorly Spacious
Many of us want our wardrobes in a particular corner of the room, and often wonder “will it even fit?”. Well, we know its too good to be true, but yes, L shaped wardrobes fit into an awkward corner and though they are L shaped, they have more depth than most of the other regular wardrobes.
Fact – It has also been noticed that one in ten regularly arriving late to work because of the time spent choosing their outfit for the day. The reason for this time spent deciding what to wear can be found in the fact that almost a third (29 per cent) of people feel that their wardrobe is a mess and 48 per cent confess that they need to declutter.
A great long-term tangible asset while you’re looking out for a good deal of money. The overall appeal of the wardrobe and the better interior will definitely be a deal breaker for the investors, and a good profit for us, after all.
L shape wardrobes can do wonders for your house and fit into your space perfectly. Want to get one? Take a look at our wardrobe designs at https://bit.ly/2z17PxL. Like something? Drop into our showroom, and experience the latest live concepts.