Like everything else, wardrobe designs have trends and must-haves. 2023 is seeing a new focus on modernity and utility, prioritising slick designs that work hard for us and keep our homes looking neat and organised. If you’re planning on investing in a quality piece this year, here are some of the trends you might want to incorporate into your interior design.
Modern Wardrobe Design with Panelling
Modern with a hint of cosiness, this year is the year of trendy panelling design. Forming neat squares across your wardrobe, this design adds some depth to your wardrobe and can be customised in all kinds of different colours. You can even choose the shape of the panels to make it really personal.
Because of its design, these wardrobes blend seamlessly in with the rest of your room. In fact, they could be mistaken for an accent wall! Such is the magic of a modern fitted wardrobe.
Modern Glass Wardrobe Designs
A great way to create a feeling of spaciousness swapping out wooden doors for transparent glass is effortlessly stylish and contemporary. Attach your glass to a metal frame, offering a great view into your wardrobe which can be constructed with wooden shelves and a wooden framework.
This creates a beautiful juxtaposition between modern and traditional, slick and rustic. It’s an eye-catching design that is also highly functional at the same time.
Open Concept Wardrobe Design
Can’t decide which doors to go for? Why not dispose of them altogether? With an open concept wardrobe you don’t have to make the difficult decision and offers more opportunities for storage, allowing for awkwardly shaped things that wouldn’t necessarily fit behind a pair of doors.
It might not be the ideal design for messy folk. After all, you can’t just throw something in, close the door and not see it until the next time you open your wardrobe. If you’re a tidy person, however, you’ll love seeing your clothes hanging neatly, making for a beautiful design addition to your room.
Modern Wardrobe Design with Wicker
Texture lovers unite! With the simple addition of some wicker to your wardrobe, you can enjoy a more summery, cosmopolitan look that keeps your room light and streamlined. W
Wicker still holds a special place in the hearts of designers, and it’s not hard to see why. Rustic, natural and reminiscent of warmer weather, the cruisy weave pattern is best paired with a white wooden base for a really warm feel.