Every home has a wardrobe, but how should it be spaced to make it most useful? As long as you clearly distinguish the suitable storage intervals for different clothes, you will find that the closet space seems to be several times larger.
1. Clothes hanging area
At a height within reach, about 1.8-2 meters above the ground is most suitable as a hanging area. This height makes it easy to pick and pick up clothes, and seeing the neatly hung clothes at eye level is also the most pleasing to the eye.
The lower part of the wardrobe is best used as a drawer. The highest drawer should not be more than 1.2 meters above the ground, because after the drawer is pulled out, clothes must be taken or stored from above. If it is too high, it will be inconvenient to use and it will be unsightly. to the things inside, so generally the drawers of the wardrobe will be made on the lower level.
Drawers are most commonly used to store underwear, socks, towels, T-shirts and other commonly used and relatively small pieces of clothing, because the height of the drawer is generally not too high and it is easier to store scattered clothing.
3. Laminate area
If the wardrobe is covered to the top, there will usually be shelves placed above the hanging area to facilitate the storage of duvets, quilts, or seasonal clothing that are not commonly used. Because of its high location, you basically have to stand on a chair or use a ladder to access things, so it is used to store things that are not commonly used and may only need to be sorted a few times a year.
Must be at least 40cm high and 90cm wide
Middle level – the height reached by the reaching stone
Depending on the length of the garment, approximately 140-170cm tall