If you have silk blouses and short skirts or formal pants, look for a two-tier hanging system that divides vertical space, to give you more utility. A deep drawer is great for bulky clothing such as jeans, sweaters and hoodies, while a shallow one is perfect for t-shirts, shorts, pyjamas and lingerie.
Drawers close to the vanity are also a great place to store your makeup and skincare products.
Wardrobe designs that incorporate an island are excellent for chain/bangle trees, and can also function as decor elements. Open shelves and cubby holes are perfect to display designer handbags that double up as decor elements. An open loft in a walk-in wardrobe can also accommodate rarely used, larger tote bags that take up more space.
A few simple hooks on the inside of wardrobe doors are a great way to hang scarves and belts for quick and easy access. Wardrobe styles with bins and baskets are efficient storage options when you need to use space judiciously.
Use them to put away your seasonal clothing and shoes, or stack them inside your wardrobe to create makeshift drawers/compartments.