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  • Wardrobe Measurements to Take Before Designing

    When it comes to planning the bedroom, there are minimum two items that everyone thinks about: the bed and the wardrobe. As the two most essential aspects of a room, there is always a concern that everything should fit and match appropriately. Once the bed is in, the next step is the wardrobe. However before even considering the storage required, one has to assess how a wardrobe will fit win the room. Determining how the wardrobe will fit is done through measuring the wardrobe area. Measuring the wardrobe space allows you to better plan the interiors and storage options, and gives . Check out the guidelines below to measuring the wardrobes correctly.

    Height: Before taking the height measurements, ensure the floor is even and at one level; otherwise the entire wardrobe standing on top of it would be completely uneven. If there are any uneven surfaces, keep them in mind while designing the wardrobe. For example, if a wardrobe is to be placed underneath a staircase, be mindful of the differing heights between each unit. In getting the height dimensions, accurately, measure the space from top to bottom in millimeters (mm) for the most precise measurements. As it is the smallest unit of measurement, it is easiest for vendors, like us, to work with it. To ensure consistency, measure the space at three different locations: usually the two ends and in the center.

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    Width: The next measurement is the width, which is taken the same way as the height. Take the measurement at the top, middle, and bottom to get a basic average, and keep in mind of any curvatures or dips in the wall where the wardrobe will be placed. With determining the width, you are able to get an idea of the number of shutters you require or wish to have, and the overall style of the entire wardrobe: whether it is three openable wardrobes next to each other or two sliding shutters to create the exterior of the wardrobe.

    Image Credit: Slide Wardrobes Direct

    Wall to End Panels: Oftentimes in customizing a wardrobe, it cannot go from wall-to-wall due to obstructions or interference that can happen in using and accessing the a wardrobe. In other words, the user may not be able to fully open the wardrobe due to certain obstructions in the wall. Therefore, a wall panel is required. In these cases, the wardrobe measurements have to include measurements of the end panel.

    Image Credit: UK Sliding Wardrobes

    The measurements above are the bare minimum required for determining the wardrobe exterior and they give the user a general idea of the space available and the types of storage that can be allotted to them. At ModSpace.in, once these measurements are taken, then the most storage-friendly and space-efficient solutions are designed to create the ideal wardrobe.

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