How to furnish and make the most of your corner spaces
Corners are often tricky spots to furnish, but not doing so is a waste of valuable space, even in the largest of homes. We have already explored how to furnish your space with a bridge wardrobe in a previous article, so here we want to focus on Homy’s corner designs and how they can be used.
Corner wardrobes with hinged doors
In a bedroom or walk-in wardrobe space, a corner wardrobe composition makes use of a special corner piece to join together two separate units, creating a sense of continuity and increasing the available storage space.
The two-door dressing unit can be used either as a corner unit or as a wardrobe end unit. The three-door unit is only available as an end unit.
Corner walk-in wardrobes
For utility spaces such as laundry rooms, open units can be combined with units with door fronts, to create open or closed spaces as required.
The Koby walk-in wardrobe also allows for corner configurations using a rack mechanism to which you can attach shelves and other handy accessories.
Perfectly kitted out corners
There are no hard-and-fast rules when it comes to furnishing a corner space, but there’s plenty to take into consideration. Some people need more space for clothes, some would like a shoe rack, others want to create a storage cupboard, and others still prefer to see it as an extension of the main wardrobe.
You can kit out the inside of the dressing unit with a wealth of different accessories. In addition to the standard fittings, Santalucia Mobili has designed a dedicated range of practical accessories. These include a bench, a floating mirror with shelves, cubby holes and a mirror on the back panel.