The interior height of a wardrobe is almost always the same as that of the adjacent room, eight feet for standard parts, or more, nearly nine and a half feet tall. In a large majority of wardrobes, there is a pole with a shelf above and a great empty space to the ceiling. We tend to neglect these square feet in height, lack of accessibility. Yet it is a significant amount that could be used for storage.
Generally, what prevents us from having access to this space is not so much our size as part of the door that we caught. A simple and yet very logical? Enlarge the opening of the wardrobe from above by replacing the standard 80 inch door with a door 93 inches. The fact that this space is freed and easier access gives us the opportunity to reconfigure the wardrobe, adding, for example, a second shelf height in the knowledge that can be used.
You certainly do not store it in your clothes every day, but it can be useful for storing clothing you use less often, or to rotate through your summer clothes and winter. Also, up the pole a few inches, you can even add a second below, without being too low and hang clothes on the floor. What our ceilings are 8, 9 or 12 feet high, this solution is possible. You can opt for door-shutters modifying them or use another type of door or even make it to a tailor. You may also open the door frame to the ceiling, do larger, replace the door by large curtains. The goal is simply to reclaim space and forgot to return your wardrobe.