18 Latest Wardrobe Designs for Bedrooms: Stylish & Practical Ideas!

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This post takes you through 18 of the latest wardrobe designs for bedrooms. From sliding doors and mirrored almirahs, to inbuilt cupboards and walk-in wardrobes, this is your one-stop destination for wardrobe inspiration.

(This is a chapter of a bigger guide on wardrobe designs for Indian homes.)

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Interior Design by Purple Backyard

This post will help you with the latest bedroom almirah designs, including:

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1. Fitted Wardrobe Design in a Deep & Bold Colour

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Interior Design by Aum Architects. Photography by Prashant Bhat Photography

Why we picked this: Because if there’s any colour in this bedroom, it’s on that sturdy wardrobe! Besides this, we love the fitted floor-to-ceiling design, as well as the clean and well-defined compartments. What do you think?

2. Black Wardrobe Design with Dark Reflective Glass

latest wardrobe design for bedrooms
Interior Design by AShah Architects. Photography by Prashant Bhat Photography

Why we picked this: Since we’re on the subject of bedroom wardrobe colours, we’re also crushing on this all-black piece with dark reflective glass to boot! Isn’t it amazing that a unique wardrobe design like this stands so beautifully in an Indian bedroom set-up? We definitely think so!

3. Wooden Wardrobe Design with a Chevron Pattern

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Interior Design by UrbanClap Professional Ogling Inches Design Architects

Why we picked this: For that contemporary chevron pattern that works beautifully in modern Indian apartments! Wood, as a material, gives you the option of self design and you can choose between different patterns and grains to amp up the look of a simple wooden cupboard. We also love how a simple drawer-cum-platform with a stylish mirror for company fits into that niche to function as a dresser.

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4. All-Mirror Almirah with Long Pull Handles

wardrobe designs with mirrors
Interior Design by Aum Architects. Photography by Prashant Bhat Photography

Why we picked this: For the out-and-out mirror finish that has been given to this wardrobe! What else? Well, you don’t need a dresser in this room, and the space seems larger, thanks to the mirrors. Besides, that’s one classy wardrobe idea if you’re looking to infuse some luxe appeal into your room.

5. Almirah with a Single, Full-Length Mirror

Why we picked this: If you don’t want an out-and-out mirror design like the previous option, this is one of your best bets. This oak almirah accommodates a single full-length mirror, so you still don’t need a dresser! Isn’t that a very stylish and contemporary combination of wood and mirror?

6. White Cupboard with Mirrored Lattice Work

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Interior Design by Kunal Interiors

Why we picked this: It’s funky yet elegant, simple yet detailed. Such a wardrobe design works as much for your little girl’s bedroom as it does for your room–only that the design of the rest of the room needs to be worked out accordingly.

7. Full Wall Wardrobe Design

full wall wardrobe design
Interior Design by Aum Architects. Photography by Prashant Bhat Photography

Why we picked this: For its minimal and unassuming design!. This way, you can create ample storage without allowing the cupboard to overpower the rest of the room. So not only is this a smart design idea, but it also is an aesthetic one, thanks to the light wooden grains and the golden piping along the doors.

8. Wall Almirah Design Around a Window

Why we picked this: Don’t want to waste an entire wall on your cupboards when you could use it as an accent wall instead? Well, you don’t have to! This cupboard design has been constructed around a window, which makes it one of our favourites. What’s more? They threw in a window seat too! Aah. Perfect.

9. Glossy Modular Wardrobe with an Inbuilt Dressing Table

Why we picked this: In most cases, we worry about aligning all the elements in a room, so that the room looks elegant. However, this design brings the cupboard and the dressing table together in a cohesive manner, with the help of a single attractive colour and a glossy finish. Having an inbuilt dressing table not only adds more function to an almirah but it also works best for a small room, where floor space is precious and limited.

10. Almirah with an Attached Dressing Table

Why we picked this: If you want to go in for smaller cupboards in your bedroom, a design like this–where the dressing table is attached to the larger framework–is a functional and creative option. The key to making this design work is to opt for a decorative pattern on the cupboard and match it with the knobs or handles of the dressing table.

11. White Wardrobe Doors with Black Trimming

door designs for wardrobes
Interior Design by Purple Backyard

Why we picked this: To introduce you to the idea of fun cupboards! The designers have painted the doors of this simple almirah a stark white, and complemented these with thin and black, box-shaped trimmings. This design has been replicated on the window seat, so that the unique design of the cupboard blends in with the rest of the room.

12. Almirahs with Laminate Doors and Abstract Designs

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Photography by Manish Panwar Photography

Why we picked this: Either you can go for a glossy look without any adornments, or you can choose to add abstract designs to your coloured and laminated doors. In this case, the designer brings cohesiveness to the room by matching the furnishings with the designs on the wardrobe. Speak to your contractor or wardrobe designer for help with additional designs and ideas!

13. Wooden Wardrobe Doors with Glass Inserts

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Interior Design by UrbanClap Professional MakeMyCasa

Why we picked this: Because there’s no reason why your wardrobe cannot be the focal point of attraction in the room! And this door design with round glass inserts ensures the same! Plus, it’s a nice way to merge two different materials, isn’t it?

14. Built-In Cupboard with Bold Door Designs

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Interior Design by UrbanClap Professional Da Namah Design Studio

Why we picked this: For the offbeat stencil paint design that adds some quirk to this otherwise dark bedroom. If you don’t want to give your walls or furniture much of a makeover, it’s a wonderful idea to go bold with your cupboard instead.

15. Vintage-Looking Almirah with Digitally-Printed Panels

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Interior Design by UrbanClap Professional Zero9

Why we picked this: For the digitally-printed glass panels that give this cupboard its vintage chic vibes. The shade of wood has been kept light and almost a pinkish brown to blend with the elegant, subtle appearance of the room.

16. Light-Shaded and Single Coloured Almirah

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Interior Design by Purple Backyard

Why we picked this: For the clean and seamless vibe that this light-coloured wardrobe gives the small bedroom. If you’re also looking for almirah designs for small rooms, it’s best to go with a single colour that blends in with the walls around.

17. Fitted Wardrobes with Sliding Doors

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Interior Design by MyGubbi

Why we picked this: Because a sliding door design like this is ideal for a small room and saves space, unlike cupboards with hinged doors. What else do we love? While one door has retained its original wooden look, the other has been given a plank-like design and painted a lovely orange to add a pop of colour to the room.

18. Metallic-Coloured Almirah with Sliding Doors

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Interior Design by Fadd Studio

Why we picked this: For the urban-chic finish and the grooveless sliding doors! This makes this cupboard a perfect fit for a modern Indian apartment that is stylish and sleek, and one that seeks minimal frills.

Phew! After much deliberation on whether we should have still given you more designs for inspiration or pruned this list down furthermore, we’re finally happy with all the designs we’ve shown you in this post. No matter what your style, you’re bound to find something here. Further still, you’ll be ready to widen your options!

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