Built-in Cupboards vs Walk-in Closets: Which One Is Right for You?

Every human being has their own idea of the perfect home. Some prefer showers while others simply cannot live without a bath. Some swear by open plan living while others like to keep their spaces divided. If we all wanted the same things, life would be very boring.

The same goes for cupboards and walk-in closets.  The primary purpose of this type of storage space is to keep your clothing, shoes and other belongings safe and organised.

Walk-in Closets

Typically, walk-in closets need more space to install. There are various types of walk-in closets, some installed in an alleyway next to the bathroom, others in a separate room. The one you choose will depend on your personal preference as well as the amount of space you have to work with.

Walk-in closets are excellent for organising your wardrobe making it easier to find items quickly. Utilising the corners and angles can be a challenge and might cause you wasted space.

Built-in Cupboards

These are the most common types of closets since they don’t require too much space but can store a decent amount of items. They are typically installed on one of the bedroom walls or in hallways.

It’s easy to utilise all the space since you can add shelves, drawers and other organising systems inside. If well-organised, even though smaller in size, it can easily compete with walk-in closets with regards to storage space. While it might be more difficult to find things when you’re in a hurry if you keep it neat and organised, it won’t be a problem.

There are pros and cons to each closet style and it finally boils down to personal preference and space. For more information or if you need a quotation for built-in cupboards in Pretoria and surrounding areas, get in touch with the team at ProReno today!

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