What’s new in the IKEA Showroom: a walk-in wardrobe for fashionista
She’s a 35-year-old stylist, fashion magazine editor, and influencer. A pragmatic and elegant romantic who pays attention to details and loves classics both in her wardrobe and at home. And this is her walk-in wardrobe with a bathroom that you can visit in the IKEA Vilnius Showroom.
From dressing up to winding down
This walk-in wardrobe is so much more than just a wardrobe. It has all the needed storage for her clothes, shoes, and accessories, enough room to gather her friends, a cosy lounge to relax, and a well-designed beauty corner.
The owner of this walk-in wardrobe collects perfumes and perfume bottles, thus Kotryna had to find room for her collection as well. To draw some special attention, she took the CHILISTRÅN stand. It’s designed for potted plants but is also great for putting perfume bottles on display. Just a couple of BEGÅVNING glass domes, and the collection is ready to shine in the limelight.
There’s no such thing as too many shoes
Women’s shoes and handbags occupy a particularly honourable place in the wardrobe. Our interior designer has dedicated several sections to them. Having arranged most of the pairs neatly behind the glass door, she left the most beloved shoes and handbags on display and put them on the LACK wall shelf.
“Whatever your passion, from shoes to glasses to ties, we have the KOMPLEMENT interior organisers to match. Designed specifically for our PAX wardrobes, organisers like trays, boxes and shelves let you customize the storage to suit your style.”
Kotryna Meškauskaitė, IKEA interior designer
Step into the bathroom
Here, interior designer Kotryna has kept the same elegant style as in the walk-in wardrobe. Bold wallpapers create a beautiful contrast to simple BROGRUND glass shelves and GODMORGON wash-stand in matte finish that hides fingerprints and splash marks. There are also two different mirrors for the last look before leaving: a little pretentious LOMMARYD and KAITUM with integrated lighting.