Mirrored wardrobes are favoured by people everywhere because they are so practical in approach. Be it on the conventional hinged wardrobes or the contemporary sliding wardrobes, adding mirrors adds functionality to the wardrobe design, saving on space you would usually dedicate for a vanity unit. In addition to this, having a mirrored wardrobe is that it will make your room look more spacious, which is a boon for compact urban homes. Take a look at some of Livspace’s favourite designs:
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #1
If sombre and contemporary is the mood you want to set, this design will is a handy option. You don’t necessarily have to have the mirror from floor to ceiling. Speak to your designer and get it designed according to your taste.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #2
As opposed to the first option, this sliding wardrobe has a lacquered finish in the centre in a colour that complements the room decor. It adds to the charm of the bedroom, don’t you think?
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #3
This design is meant to be shown off! It suits any design seamlessly and saves a lot of space! The wardrobe colour pops with the use of wall art and wallpaper.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #4
Doing up the top half in mirror makes the room look visually light and spacious. You can choose from a range of colours for the lacquered half. We recommend you go with a colour you’ll never tire of, since this is an investment for a few years.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #5
Sliding wardrobes best suit small spaces like this. White and mirror is a classic combination that will leave your guests in awe!
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #6
Doing up one sliding door in the centre with mirror is a smart move. It doubles up as a vanity unit while you can store all your makeup and accessories within the wardrobe.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #7
What a stunning piece of design! While the top half is a mirrored surface, the bottom is a chrome-coated surface which is also reflective, but tinted. Makes for a classy room.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #8
Who says only sliding doors can have mirrors? If your room has the space for regular swing-open/hinged wardrobes, get mirrors fixed to the doors.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #9
Small spaces like this bedroom benefit most from sliding doors with mirrors. You can also follow a muted colour scheme in your room for a more airy vibe.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #10
This wine and champagne coloured wardrobe has been colour-coordinated with the entertainment unit. Using the mirror on one side helps turn it into a dresser.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #11
This champagne-coloured sliding wardrobe with a mirrored centre is an elegant addition to this bedroom. It complements the wooden tones well and doesn’t take up much space!
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #12
Armoire-styled and stunning, this design would be great for those who want a more conventional approach.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #13
We highly recommend this design for compact urban spaces. The mirrored surface plays tricks on the eyes to make the space look bigger than it actually is. Choosing neutral shades will also help you experiment with colours in the room.
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #14
Mirrored from floor to ceiling, this wardrobe makes the room look expansive. Modular solutions like this also come with great storage capacity. If you add the right internal accessories, you’ll find organising a breeze!
Mirrored Wardrobe Design #15
This muted and sober-shaded wardrobe caters to modern sensibilities. The wheat colour settles in easily into the room design and complements the shades employed in the fabrics and flooring.
Mirrored Cupboard Design #16
Talk about going big! This 4-door sliding wardrobe makes the most of the space available to give the inhabitants plenty of storage space. Also, with no compromise on aesthetics.
Mirrored Cupboard Design #17
Wooden grains are also popular with our clients who opt for sliding wardrobes. While the mechanism is modern, the wooden grains keep the feel traditional.
Love these designs? If so, check out Sliding Wardrobes for inspiration.