There are times as well that the design of the wardrobe closet is not efficient. You first need to determine if your present storage space is adequate, and if so then it will just need some organization. If you have already gone through this process, and it's still not working for you, then it's time to redesign your storage space.
Before you even think about planning your design the best thing you can do is head off to your local wardrobe supplier. The reason for this is because it is where you are going to be able to start putting your creativity to work. For most of us we think that we are just stuck with the basic type closets that are found in the average home. You are going to be pleasantly surprised when you discover all of the different styles, materials, and yes, even options that await you. The days of having a stationary chair are long gone. Even if you are renting your dwellings you can now design your space with a closet that goes with you when you leave the promises.
Getting down to redesigning your wardrobe closet space that you currently have demands the answer to, just what is it about the present one that you have that is not working for you? Are there too many out of reach places? Is there not enough shelf type storage? Are the doors blocking you from gaining full access to the interior of the wardrobe? These are all things that you want to consider because they are all fixable problems with the redesign steps that you can implement.
For the closet that has just too much dead space you may want to think about widening the door frame so it will accommodate larger doors. This will give you the option of using sliding doors which gives you much greater access to all parts of your closet.
Then again, if it is just the doors that are the main issue then away from the sliding doors you can have the folding type if these are more to your liking. When it comes to the interior you may want to remove the present shelving that is there and start over. There are so many different types of closet organizers that you can put to good use. You need to sort your clothes and first determine how much hanging space you require. Then once the space has been allotted for that you can start looking at the mix and match types of shelving that will accommodate all your fold up type items. Then add to this a belt and tie rack if needed, and an appropriate shoe rack and you will have it all.
The end result in designing your wardrobe closet space will be a huge success. You will now find that you save both time and money when it comes to your attire and storage incidentals.