Rattan doors fitted wardrobe, Clapham

Lacquered shaker-style doors with rattan wallpaper inserts and brass handles

Project details

Location Clapham, London
Space Master Bedroom (wardrobes, bay window bench)
Finish Little Green Hick's Blue 208, Eggshell (matt) lacquered door frames, Manila Hemp Wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries in Khaki
Price £10,000+VAT

Located in the vibrant neighbourhood of Clapham, London, this bespoke furniture project exemplifies the fusion of exquisite craftsmanship and personalized design. Crafted with utmost attention to detail, this project showcases a range of distinctive features tailored to the client’s preferences and requirements.

The wardrobe doors are adorned with a captivating rattan-style wallpaper, creating an enchanting texture that adds depth and character to the overall design. To enhance visual interest, hemp grasscloth wallcovering (with weave pattern) has been skillfully incorporated into the door inserts, introducing a natural and organic element to the ensemble.

For the smaller middle doors, a bifold door system has been employed, ensuring effortless functionality and maximizing space utilization. The practicality of this design choice enables easy access to the wardrobe’s contents while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing appearance.

With a keen focus on both functionality and ambience, LED lighting has been seamlessly integrated into the wardrobe’s interior. This illuminating feature ensures that every item inside the wardrobe is easily visible, allowing for convenient organization and an effortless selection of clothing or accessories.

The fully fitted wardrobe boasts door frames sprayed in the captivating hue of Little Green Hick’s Blue 208 Eggshell (matt). This elegant choice of colour adds a touch of sophistication and harmonizes perfectly with the overall interior aesthetics.

In addition to the wardrobe, this project also features a fully fitted bay window bench. This bespoke seating area not only provides a cosy spot for relaxation but also adds a charming architectural element to the space. Its customized design seamlessly complements the overall theme, creating a harmonious and inviting atmosphere.

Installed in the heart of Clapham, London, this made-to-measure furniture project is a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and personalized approach we offer. Each element has been thoughtfully tailored to the client’s desires, resulting in a unique and captivating space that is as functional as it is visually stunning.

Using the wallpaper with our bespoke cabinets gives you a personal Expression. With a huge number of wallpaper designs, you can showcase your personal style or even use custom-designed wallpapers. It’s a great material and a very popular choice for the designers who pop into our showroom.

Storage solutions for your grasscloth cabinets

We understand that each project is unique that’s why we are offering full flexibility in configuring your made-to-measure textured hemp cupboard. All our weave pattern built-in cabinets and storage solutions are built from scratch which means all your special requirements will be taken into consideration during the design process.

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Who we are

Why Choose Urban Wardrobes

With so many customers on the market of fitted bedrooms & kitchens at the moment it's really hard to choose the right one. Check below what make us different.

Our specialists put up significant amount of effort behind every design they come up with. From the contemporary walk in wardrobe, bespoke sliding wardrobe, or custom-made kitchen, we leave no stone unturned to make you feel satisfied with the overall project.

We offer straightforward quotation process with none of the 'discount smoke and mirror strategy'. We never "beat other quotes" simply because 'others' don't offer same quality & service.
Our sprayed and veneered doors with integrated handles look amazing. We produce classic & modern fitted furniture. Visit our showroom to check our finishes and discuss your project in greater depth.

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