Thursday 22 January 2015

Creating Every girl’s dream Walk-in Wardrobe


Creating Every girl’s dream Walk-in Wardrobe


“I like my money where I can see it — hanging in my closet.” Carrie Bradshaw

Every girls dream is to have a really big closet like Carrie Bradshaw some where to show off all your clothing. Being creative you too can have your own walk-in-wardrobe;
1.Thrift shop, Buy a bookcase these are the perfect size for showing your shoes off. If it is not the right wood or colour then paint it

2.Lighting, Buy self adhesive led strip lights and stick them to the underside of the shelves and make your shoe collection shine!

3. Angle the shelving,  It keeps the shoe display to a minimum depth saving space and it is great way see everything A small lip at the front will stop the shoes sliding off.

4. Organize,  Organize your new closet. Based on the shoe type—boots, wedges, flats, and heels—and color-coding them. This makes them easily identifiable and look great on show. Clothing should be colour coded and all on the same type of hangers. 

5. Keep boots on the bottom because of their height. Hanging them with boot tree keeps their shape.

6. Use shoe trees.  Buy cedar wood trees the absorbent wood absorbs perspiration from the lining of the shoe, keeping it from cracking while helping to reduce the creasing.

7.Wardrobes. Walk-in-wardrobes need detail and there is plenty of detail to be found on old Antique wardrobes. Take the doors off these are not needed and paint the outside. Inside i prefer the dark wood to be seen but paint it a different colour or even paper it. Don't follow the trend colors,  mix it up! Take a risk mix unusual colors with bold patterns.

8. Different shelf heights. To accommodate as many shoes as possible adjust the spacing of the shelves. Base them on the height of your shoes rather than having them all evenly spaced out. Leave the top shelf for your hand bags these need a place too. Use pillows inside them to keep them looking great when on display.

9.Hanging . Make sure all your coat hangers the same. All your clothing is on show now and the key is organization and uniformity. 

10.Center stage. If you have any space for a deep buttoned ottoman these make great center pieces, or if not a get a deep pile rug. Texture lighting and colour is very important in these rooms.

11.Mirrors. Don't forget to leave space for a large mirror. Making the dressing room look bigger and lighter as well as some where for that  "selfie" photo.

Try to create a space, peace, beauty and glamour.

Wednesday 14 January 2015



Nothing is quite as calming as an all-white bedroom. Airy, and spa like, these rooms are for relaxation and comfort as a well-designed bedroom should. Designing a space using  such a limited palette can be challenging, but follow advice below and you'll be on your way to having your own heavenly bedroom and sleeping in a cloud in no time.

1: Textures

It is Extremely important to use a different of textures in a white bedroom. Tactile faux furs, wall paper, fluffy pillows and blankets all in shades of white add dimension and interest which may. Use all of the available surfaces from wall to to the floor like a deep piled carpet as opportunities to add of textural intrigue.

2: Forms

Every part  in your bedroom design should somehow stand out through its texture, shape, or function. Select interesting piece of art  to break up plain walls and use task lighting to show unusual details or lines in the bedroom make each component of your design stand out. Designer chairs and lamps are the perfect.

3:  Shades

There are many shades of white white, use these tones to highlight different parts of your bedroom. Add a sheepskin throw to a crisp white bedding in a room with a stone a white Wardrobe it will still feel airy and light while adding depth and complexity to the look. Try using shutters control the amount of light in to your room and create great shadows and shades on the walls

4: Bling

Chrome, bronze, and pewter components will add sparkle and glamour to your bedroom. Use these finishes in the light fitting, photo frames, and  accessories. Consider crystal wardrobe handles as they will reflect light and brighten the overall space. Full length mirrors are also make a dramatic statement to really throw the light round the room.

5: Accessorize

Once your white elements are set, layer in decorative accessories like you would in any other space to add a small dash of color. Buy a  piece of  art to fill an empty space on a wall. A collection of books on your bedside, meaningful objects, and photos belong in any personal space.