|Finish||Fabric carcass, glass shelves, luxury moka hanging rails, lacquered drawer's fronts|
Space effective walk in wardrobe without doors and with sprayed fronts. Linen carcass.The layout of the room has been carefully considered to maximise space. Owning a walk-in wardrobe is a real luxury, something many of us dream about having. It means you can finally plan your wardrobe space properly. Organising it so everything is easily accessible saves so much time. It’s helpful being able to see everything straight away and not having to open multiple doors to find something.
Plus, with all the clothes stored out of the bedroom that can then become a haven for sleep, instead of distraction and clutter. Having a room like this also means you can showcase your clothes and accessories. If you love retail therapy and have a lot of belongings a walk-in wardrobe is a must to really do them justice. You don’t want to cram your clothes into a small wardrobe ruining them. Give them space to breathe so they hang beautifully and don’t wrinkle. Designer items you want to last need that extra care and attention.
This walk-in wardrobe has plenty of room for clothes to hang or be folded depending on the client’s requirements. The storage configuration ticks all the boxes, whilst still having plenty of floor space for ease of access. The high shelves give you somewhere to store items not in regular use.
In the long run adding a walk-in wardrobe to your property can make it more attractive. It’s a feature many people have started to value. It’s something that can help a property stand out when you are competing with similar properties for sale. More people are appreciating the importance of having adequate storage.
The colour choices are quite neutral. It’s a creamy colour that is warm and welcoming. Even without a window the room manages to look quite bright. It’s a flattering colour, not too stark or unforgiving like white can be.