When planning a dressing room, the first step is to determine the area and lighting. It's important for the dressing room to be spacious enough to accommodate all the necessary clothing storage elements, shoes, and accessories.
Lighting plays a crucial role. It's advisable to install several light sources in the dressing room: bright overhead light allows for better viewing of color and fabric texture, while spot lighting enhances outfit details.
Dressing room layout is a highly individual process. Even if both men's and women's clothing will be stored in the room, it's worth dividing it into two zones.
The men's dressing room is characterized by minimalism and strict lines
The interior of the women's dressing room includes a makeup area with a dressing table
A man's dressing room is all about system and order. There's no place for small drawers here. Each item has its own place.
The dressing room space should be ergonomic: shoes, clothes, and accessories should be separated. Special attention should be paid to lighting: dim light may look masculine and mysterious, but it has no place in the dressing room. Abundance of light will help notice even the smallest stain on a shirt or scuff on shoes.
A women's dressing room is a sacred place where not only an outfit but also a mood is created. It's not a warehouse or a storage space; it's a private gallery. It's appropriate to have display cabinets with tinted transparent glass, internal lighting, and plenty of mirrors.
It's important not to forget about tall floor-to-ceiling cabinets for dresses and coats. It's also worth providing plenty of compartments and storage systems for accessories.
If you're planning a large dressing room, consider installing an island shelf. Designers often use this technique to create a "personal boutique" effect inside your apartment.
The island is a storage system with pull-out drawers and a display case on top. Here, you can store shoes and accessories, hats and bags, perfume, and jewelry. Unnecessary items are hidden behind an opaque facade, while the most valuable and dear items are displayed under a glass showcase.