Measurements and examples. It is what you need to visualize the interior distribution of your 1 or 1.50 m wide wardrobe. Small but with many possibilities.
One can say that one cabinet closet mini is one having between 1 and 1.5 m wide and a conventional height of 2 to 2.40 m. In this article, we wanted to have the expert advice to organize your interior with measures and distribution options that take advantage of the space. So you can decide based on the amount and type of clothes you need to keep.
HOW TO ORGANIZE A MINI WARDROBE: OPTION 1
A mini wardrobe 1 meter wide and 2.36 m high allows you to create a trunk and distribute the interior as you see in this image with the option of a double bar. “The minimum useful height for a trunk or mezzanine is 35 cm. The excess space must be distributed in order to hang shirts or jackets (minimum 110 cm) and pants or skirts (minimum 78 cm). For wardrobes between 2 and 2, 36 m is not advisable to have a boot as the excess space loses versatility “, explain the experts in manufacturing of custom cabinets at Uniq.
OPTION 2 TO ORGANIZE A SMALL CLOSET
With a single bar and chest of drawers at the bottom. “If we only put a bar, the minimum height that a wardrobe must-have to have a booth space is 2.20 m. The minimum useful height for the boot is 35 cm and in the excess space, you can place a bar that occupies the entire width of the wardrobe for short clothes “, indicate from Uniq. At Kvik they see the mezzanines as “the ideal place to locate a boot space, as long as the suitcase is not too big”. For them, the ideal measurement would be 40 to 60 cm “.
CABINET LAYOUT OPTION 3
Another expert advice to organize a closet wardrobe mini is created two ‘bodies’ inside a closet of 1 m in overall width, one small bar to hang long clothes and one with shelves, installed at different heights.
BALANCE BETWEEN AESTHETICS AND FUNCTIONALITY
For Kvik, experts in wardrobe decoration and design, “for a design to be good, it must work on a day-to-day basis, and for a wardrobe to be good, it must be designed to be used, hence there must always be a balance between aesthetics and functionality. The satisfaction of having a beautiful design will only last if it also makes your life easier. ” And with this premise, a small wardrobe is also designed.
1M WIDE CABINET
The experts in the organization and distribution of cabinets from Unniq propose the following 4 options for a 1 m wide and 60 cm deep mini wardrobe. With a bar for short and medium clothes or with two bars for short clothes such as shirts and jackets above and pants and skirts below. One or two folded clothes racks, boxes, or even shoes can also be incorporated in the lower part.
ANOTHER LAYOUT FOR A 1M CLOSET
The other two distribution options proposed by Unniq are based on short bars, one or two, placed at 50 cm because the remaining space is reserved for a column of shelves. The height of the shelves should be adjustable to adapt it depending on what you have to store (thicker, thinner garments, boxes, bags …)
WHEN THE WARDROBE IS 40 CM DEEP …
Drawers are not very advisable in a 40 cm deep cabinet because the useful space is limited. Kvik recalls that “it is essential that the arrangement of any wardrobe is as efficient as possible. In a 40 cm deep cabinet, bars and drawers would be excluded, as they have little depth. We would, therefore, speak of a cabinet with shelves, which serves so much for folded clothes like for shoemaker “.
HANGING BAR IN MINI CABINET 40 CM DEEP?
Yes, it is possible, but then -as in this Ikea wardrobe- the hanging bar will not be installed parallel to the bottom of the wardrobe but perpendicular, so that the garments are seen from the front when opening the doors. Otherwise, the hangers would rub against the doors. From Uniq, they indicate that “removable hanging bars are also an option to consider”.
HOW TO ORGANIZE THE SMALL WARDROBE WITH DRAWERS?
Now we go with the distributions for a mini wardrobe closet 1 m wide and 60 cm deep when drawers are required. These two distributions have internal drawers (that is, they are hidden behind the closet doors). Two lower drawers that leave space for a shelf and a hanging bar -a very complete distribution-; or four drawers, two higher at the bottom, and two narrower ones for underwear and accessories on top.
WITH DRAWERS IN SIGHT
Unniq suggests two other ways organize the interior of a mini wardrobe with external drawers that are not “covered” by the doors. So you can access the content without opening the fronts.
HOW TO ORGANIZE A 1.50 M WIDE WARDROBE?
It is still a small wardrobe but it already has 50 cm more than the cabinets that we have seen so far. It gives the possibility of having 3 bodies of 50 cm each. How should they be distributed? Unniq experts give us the keys.
SMALL WARDROBE 1.50 M WIDE
These are 3 of the interior layouts proposed by Unniq cabinet design experts with short and wide bar first; two short bars at two heights; and with three sections of bar last and shelves in the middle.
1.50M WIDE WARDROBE WITH SHELVES
In these 3 options for organizing a small wardrobe 1.50 m wide and 60 cm deep you can assess the distribution of shelves that best suits the clothes you have. The one on the right can be adapted to a 60 cm deep and 40 cm wardrobe.
WITH DRAWERS: WARDROBE 1.50 M WIDE X 60 CM DEEP
The drawers that remain at the bottom give ample space for hanging clothes. Here you have several proposals with interior drawers, which are hidden behind the doors.
WITH EXPOSED DRAWERS IN A 1.50 M WIDE WARDROBE
And if you prefer the drawers to be visible in a small cabinet 1.50 m wide x 60 cm deep, these options will inspire you to choose the distribution you prefer. You will not need to open the doors to access the contents of the drawer. The wardrobe on the right has a 6-drawer module as a chiffonier or tall chest, integrated in the center of the wardrobe.