Walk-in wardrobes - Raumplus

Walk-in wardrobes

They are often the highlight of the bedroom, but they can also be used as a stand-alone room.

Sliding doors made of modern materials, elegant interior systems and then an island solution for storing fashionable accessories. All these are typical components of a walk-in wardrobe.

But there are also smaller, quite useful alternatives. For example, how about a walk-in wardrobe or other walk-in storage space? With these solution in hallway or utility room, you create a space plus. For smaller rooms, we also offer walk-in wardrobes with folding doors. This gives you direct access to all compartments and drawers.

How big should a walk-in wardrobe be?

Three square metres is enough to create a walk-in wardrobe solution. Our interior systems offer a wide range of options in design and layout.

Use our dealer locator to find one of our flagship partners in the Partners section. You will receive professional advice and graphic plans for viewing. Our partners will advise you extensively, so that the decision between sliding door, folding or hinge door is easier.

5 good reasons for a walk-in wardrobe



A walk-in wardrobe is much more than a particularly generous form of clothing storage: for many, it is one of the highlights of individual living, a special extra of room design that appeals in many different ways. After all, a walk-in wardrobe combines numerous benefits - from simple functionality to visual aspects.



The walk-in wardrobe is the expression of one's own style. Just like in your favorite boutique, blouses, dresses and shirts, suits, sweaters, shoes and accessories are neatly hung, stacked and sorted by color. Just like a shopping spree, this awakens creativity and invites you to try things out and discover them. The walk-in wardrobe thus becomes a collage of individual fashion tastes and makes the owner's personal style recognisable at a glance. An expression of personality, as unmistakable as the person who stores their textiles in it.



The perfect wardrobe is tailored to the size of the user. It takes into account the comfort zones of daily tangibility of favorite pieces and standard clothing. Everything lies and hangs where it can be conveniently taken, further up or down from the center, depending on frequency.



First, it's necessary to get an overview of what clothes you own and how you prefer to store them. Suits and dresses, for example, need ample hanging space, while wearers of sweaters, T-shirts and the like prefer to see their favorite pieces neatly folded on shelves. Someone who makes statements in the form of shoes not only wants a place to store them neatly, but also wants to present them attractively at the same time. Others invest in handbags, belts, watches or other special accessories and want to keep them protected but visually appealing. These are all factors that give a walk-in wardrobe its face.



The living environment and the particular conditions of the room in which the walk-in closet is to be integrated also play a role. Is a separate room available as a dressing room or should the wardrobe be inserted into a given room situation? Are there slopes, niches, angles or other structural challenges to the wardrobe design? Optimally, one uses the entire room, every little nook and cranny, as well as the possible room heights. The latter can be achieved, for example, with the help of a clothes lift. Instead of having to climb a stool or ladder, the practical helper brings the desired garment down with a flick of the wrist. Does the room have different depths? These can also be used optimally with clever solutions. For example, pull-out baskets, trouser and shoe racks as well as clearly arranged sloping shelves and pull-out coat racks offer the possibility of individually adapting the wardrobe planning and equipment to personal wishes and spatial conditions.