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Sorrento Residence Beach Style Wardrobe, Brisbane

Photo of an expansive beach style gender-neutral dressing room in Brisbane with white cabinets and carpet. — Houzz

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allyoop61 wrote:
Just wondering the cabinet maker/builder for this WIR? love it!!

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Bryna Howes added this to 10 Organisation Habits to Establish This Year
6. Purge, oftenThe problem with organisation is you don’t just have to get organised, but you also have to stay organised. So, rather than let your unwanted wardrobe items pile up, purge and purge often. Make a note to have a look through your wardrobe every three months, remove the items you are clearly not making use of, and either sell them or donate them to charity.
Clever Closet Company added this to Stop! No Right Turn! The Art of Cornering in Your Walk-In
Avoid dead-endsConsider whether it’s possible to avoid corner conflict altogether, by choosing not to run storage cabinetry into each other at right angles. Choose one wall to capitalise and fill it with storage from left to right. Keep the other wall free.This is my first preference. Always.This approach eliminates the need for any compromise. If it’s possible to accommodate all of your clothes, shoes, luggage, etc., in one wall of storage while leaving the corners free (as in this dressing room), do it. A blank wall instead of corner cabinetry is a great place for a full length mirror, an ottoman, artwork or photos. The room will feel more spacious and luxurious.More: 24 Dream Wardrobe Ideas for Fashion Lovers
Bryna Howes added this to Oh, Happy Day! 9 Steps to a More Joyful You
STEP 9: Learn to love yourselfWhat do you see when you look in the mirror? If low self-esteem is standing in your way of happiness, name three things you love about yourself each day when looking at your reflection – and make sure they’re things that matter. A sense of compassion and radiant health is far more important than fitting into a tiny pair of jeans.TIP: If you haven’t already discovered the wisdom of throwing out your scales, International Day of Happiness is just the day to do it. Shifting your focus to optimising your health rather than how much you weigh will be positively liberating!YOUR SAYWhat brings you happiness? Share your tips in the Comments … and have a happy day!MOREHello Sunshine! How to Start Your Day Off the Right WayLive for Today and Make Every Day SpecialWhy We Should All Roll Up Our Sleeves and Bring Back ‘Baking Day’
Amanda Nicholls added this to Things We Can Learn From These Dream Wardrobes
Hart agrees that including mirrors in your designer robe is worth investing in. “Leave space for a mirror on a wall or, if you are short on space, have your mirror on the back of a door – it’s particularly nice to have a full-length mirror included in your wardrobe,” she says. Wardrobe doors and panels can also double as mirrors, as can be seen in this spacious robe. “Just be sure to incorporate your mirror in an area where you have enough space to step back and take in the full view,” recommends Hart.Why architects and interior designers love using mirrors
Susan Redman added this to An Insider's Guide to Walk-In Wardrobe Measurements
MirrorsAs for mirrors, you’ll need at least one that is full length to check yourself out from top to toe, and possibly additional smaller mirrors for when you need to get close up to fix a tie or scarf.

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this design for wall of wardrobes

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