Woman shows off her whopping walk-in wardrobe but it’s what she’s storing in there which has people rushing to comment
A RICH real estate adviser has left social media users stunned after revealing what she stores in her huge walk-in wardrobe.
Typically, a walk-in wardrobe is saved for clothes and shoes – but one woman, Kate Rumson, has found a different use to the room in her house.
Kate, who works in the luxury property business, recently revealed that instead of making her walk-in all about fashion, she uses it for storing an impressive collection of bedding.
”One of the first things I mentioned to our architect when we started designing our dream home was that I wanted our bedroom to have a walk-in bedding closet.”
The reason, she US-based whizz explained on TikTok, was quite simple – the weather.
Kate said: ”If you live in a four-season climate, you probably have a lot of bedding – warm winter comforters, light summer blankets, throws, quilt, regular sheets, flannel sheets, duvet covers.”
This, as well as the various cushions and pillow covers, meant Kate desperately needed space large enough to store them and access whenever needed.
Whilst designing the project, the real estate whizz also opted for extra deep shelves to place the larger items, such as fluffy pillows.
”I know that walk-in bedding closet aren’t as common as large and fancy as laundry rooms, but I would highly recommend adding one,” the expert advised.
”I’m not into designer shoes and purses but I do love my bedding.”
But despite Kate’s recommendations, the reaction online was not the one she was after, as thousands insisted not everyone had the financial means for such a luxury.
”ohhh that’s different Tax bracket…” one viewer hit back.
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Another added: ”Tell me yr [you’re] RICH without telling me [sic].”
”I wash one set of sheets and then put them back on the bed so I don’t have to fold them,” someone else commented.
Luckily, it wasn’t all negative feedback, as others thanked the property guru for the idea.
”This is brilliant!” wrote a fan.
”Im a hoarder of bedding and pillows it’s awful this my dream [sic],” another social media user said.