Let’s take it from the top. Start by storing your out-of-season clothes up high in boxes. Underneath, position a hanging rail for quick access to the pieces you wear the most – sort by colour to make it easy to find what you’re looking for. Below that, to balance the open storage, add a chest of drawers for the things you’d rather hide. Tidy smaller items, like underwear and socks, into drawer inserts.
‘This is our shared wardrobe space,’ explains Stéphanie, who showed us the made-to-measure wardrobe she and partner Patricia created in their Paris apartment. ‘We each have our own chest of drawers, but the clothes hanging up belong to both of us. Organised storage makes it easy to keep track of who’s borrowed what,’ says Stéphanie.
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Interior stylist: Abigail Edwards
Photographer: Nato Welton
Artwork on fireplace mantelpiece: Cannibal Letters