Walking through your clothes collection will never be the same again

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The Designory’s Barefoot Bay Villa pushes Byron Bay style to new Heights. Photo Credit: Andy MacPherson

Barefoot Bay Villa, a holiday-home-come-luxury hotel in Byron Bay, has devised the perfect solution for what some might consider one of life’s necessary luxuries – the ability to walk through your clothes collection.

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Moda Barn Doors for this walkin robe. Photo Credit: Andy MacPherson

Melissa Bonney of design studio Designory, which designed the holiday home, took two landscapes, the beach and the bush, and married them together to create a relaxed coastal style. “This project pushed my aesthetic to new plains. I knew that there were key elements I needed to capture the surrounding look and feel.”

The walk-through wardrobes in the bedrooms are a focal point and utilise natural colours and materials. Ms Bonney said she used Stegbar Galleria cinder venette (anti-fingerprint) wardrobes in one, Moda barn doors that slide back in another, and lighter finishes on others.

“Our dark wardrobes tie in with the surrounding volcanic rock,” she said. Other wardrobes in the house have natural oak ravine finish doors, or simple white doors that mirror the colour palette of the rest of the home. From these bases “we were able to mix and match handles and accessories from the three Galleria ranges to add more personality”.

Ms Bonney said customised wardrobes with bespoke fittings “provide individual experiences in every room”.

“The robes had to meet the needs of everyone from groups of friends, to families and couples.”

Today’s luxury walk-in robes don’t only have shelves, but are full of fixtures that bring convenience and safety, such as slide-out rails, full-length and shorter hanging rails, hampers, baskets, drawers, shoe racks and jewellery drawers.

The walk in robe at 15 Caelian Street, Seven Hills.

In Brisbane a five-bedroom house at 15 Caelian Street in Seven Hills has a large walk-in robe with a laundry chute. The wardrobes are a blend of light and dark wood and the property is on sale for offers of more than $1.4 million.

Central drawer stack with glass top to see jewellery and other items at 80 Elderbury Pl, Stretton..

At 80 Elderbury Place, Stretton, a five-bedroom house is on the market for $1.688 million.

The owners have stuck to the dark wood look in their luxury walk-through robe, which also has a central drawer stack topped by a glass display case, which can be used for jewellery or storing ties.

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