A modular dressing room

A modular dressing room

The distribution of the dressing room allowed for a fairly wide and open space to move easily. In addition, open modules were chosen, so that the doors do not obstruct.

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To make the dressing room more comfortable and complete, a full-length mirror was placed and a dressing corner was created. Mirror, from the N&V store. Carpet by Ikea.

Well organized space

It was equipped with shelves to store folded clothes, hanging bars and boxes, which allow smaller objects to be located. Expedit shelving, in 1.49 x 0.40 x 1.49 m, Lack shelves, in 1.10 x 0.26 m and stamped and white boxes. Everything from Ikea. Clothing by Accesorize.

Creative solutions

On one of the furniture-free walls a practical bar was fixed that allows keeping shawls and scarves tidy. In addition, this simple resource prevents such garments from wrinkling. Karm bar with four hooks, from Ikea. Shawls, Accesorize.


It is advisable to provide an independent place for shoes. If possible in a separate module, away from clothing. In this case, the space that remains free on the furniture was used with a series of hooks to hang the most beautiful bags. Lack shelving, in 1.80 x 0.40 x 0.40 m with Rill wheels. Bags, Accesorize. Blanket, from N&V.

Toilet corner

A low shelf bottom was installed, as a table. The shortage of support surface was solved with small tall and narrow drawers. Chair and mirrors, for sale in N&V. Lack shelf and drawers, from Ikea. Paper, by Laura Ashley.


1.- Shoemaker and dressing area. To the left of the entrance door, a low module with wheels that acts as a shoemaker was placed. Then, in a small recess of the wall, a dressing area was located.

2.- Shirts, skirts and pants. A space of 1.10 m wide was reserved for hanging short clothes. This area was divided into two heights and was completed with a top shelf and another with wheels, where you can organize small accessories in boxes.

3.- Folded garments. A shelf was placed to store sweaters and shirts. The lack of drawers was solved with decorative boxes. The space that remains free on the furniture was used with a shelf, where to store the clothes of another season. 4.- Coats, dresses and blankets. This front, of 1.70 m, was divided into two zones: in one, 1.35 m wide, a bar for hanging long garments and an upper shelf were installed; The rest of the wall was used with a module of shelves, 0.40 x 0.35 x 1.80 m, which is used to store blankets and bulky items.