The dressing room – a separate room or a large built-in wardrobe trough the whole wall – unloads the apartment. Without dressing rooms, real order in the house can not be achieved. What solutions are popular with leading designers and architects today?
Dressing rooms increase in size, growing up and width. Architects recommend placing such a powerful structure in a niche and equipping a built-in wardrobe: then it does not feel like a volume and does not clutter the room. It feels like a wall. Doors reach a height of three meters and the same width. It is not indifferent what kind of finish will have such a vast surface. Glossy varnishes and glass of varying degrees of transparency are relevant.
It is believed that the sliding doors of the built-in wardrobe are the most spectacular: huge “monolithic” canvases are really impressive. But the usual swinging ones are being improved. The secret of attractiveness is also in the absence of fittings (that is, handles), as well as in the reflective material: a tinted mirror does not stand as a blank wall in the way of the gaze. Swing doors are cheaper, but they eat up space: you can’t put anything in front of them.