Beautiful Wardrobes, Inside and Out
They say it’s what’s on the inside that counts, and we couldn’t agree more. Whilst a beautiful and well-designed wardrobe door is paramount, the interior configuration and design is just as important. After all, a pretty but impractical wardrobe that doesn’t fit your belongings or your lifestyle is far more annoying than a door you don’t find aesthetically pleasing. Luckily, there’s no need to compromise – as these recent installations prove.
Mirrored and Birch Doors - Cottenham, Cambridge
This four-door sliding wardrobe uses a combination of half rails, drawers and shelving arranged around a chimney breast and plug sockets. The deep shelves on the right are perfect for jumpers, shoes and storage boxes while the shallower shelves ahead of a chimney breast are ideal for accessories and smaller folded items such as t-shirts.
Mirrored Doors - Norwich
Two extra wide mirrored doors sit in front of a mixture of shelving and rails. The three-quarter height rail on the left provides room for long dresses and coats, whilst the four half rails are suitable for shirts and trousers. The deep shelves on the right are ideal for jumpers and accessories, and the full width shelf at the top of the wardrobe is perfect for items that aren’t needed often such as hat boxes, ski wear and fancy dress.
Coloured Glass and Mirrored Doors – Norwich
Grey avola wood frame and ivory coloured glass pair perfectly with a mirrored door for this wardrobe in Norwich. Inside, three half rails along the top half of the wardrobe are complemented by two drawer units and shelving. Ideal for the customer’s needs, the three door wardrobe makes the most of a small alcove with the full height utilised.
How would you design your ideal wardrobe interior? Visit one of our showrooms or book a free home design visit for more inspiration. All of our furniture is made to order in Norwich, truly bespoke designs to perfectly fit your home.