We define wardrobes as either “reach-in” or “walk-in”, and it’s pretty straight forward to work out which one you have.
Reach in wardrobes are wardrobes that you reach into, without walking into, and usually concealed with sliding, hinged or bi-fold doors.
Walk in wardrobes are wardrobes that you completely walk into and are usually a small room, or a walk-through area between two rooms. These wardrobe areas are not limited by wall returns or door jambs.
Below is the anatomy of a wardrobe, to help with the wardrobe terminology we use: