Dec 29, 2017 12:46 pm
I'm trying to think of an alternative master bedroom layout... was wondering if the Walk-In-Robe concept would change in a few years. Anyone thought of replacing a WIR with a long row of storage?
The dotted line is either a timber feature wall with see-through slots... or perhaps just a plain wall.
Re: Master Bedroom Layout2
Dec 29, 2017 4:16 pm
I can’t see the pics? But I have definitely considered doing a row on wardrobes instead of a walk in. I currently have a one sided walk in robe and honestly would prefer a wall of built ins instead. They’re more organised and take up so much less space! If you have plenty of room and a well fitted out 2 or 3 sided WIR I think they’re great but if space is limited or you just prefer more bedroom space I think built ins work just as well! Having said that, in our next house we’re hoping to do both. A two sided walk in and a short wall of built ins. Purely due to having excess room in the house haha.
Re: Master Bedroom Layout5
Dec 29, 2017 9:23 pm
Hi Gi, the links open up fine - sounds like a good idea, I think it would work well
GJ Gardner Build Southern Highlands Bundanoon
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