Choosing your ideal wardrobe design may be difficult with so many beautiful and useful alternatives available. We’ve done the homework for you and explored some of the greatest wardrobe designs below at Canterbury.
Which design is best for you: walk-in, walk-through, hinged, or sliding? Continue reading to find your ideal fit!
A walk-in wardrobe is the pinnacle of luxury and a must-have for every bedroom. A walk-in robe makes getting dressed a pleasure every day by allowing you to exhibit your clothing, shoes, and accessories, as well as other items, so you can quickly find them.
An island bench, if your design permits it, will not only serve as a focal point for your wardrobe but will also maximise storage with deep drawers. Caesarstone quartz benchtops in marble-look colours will complement this opulent area even more.
With a Walk-through wardrobe, you may connect two rooms, such as your Master bedroom and ensuite. A walk-through wardrobe makes good use of space by creating a beautiful corridor for all of your cherished things.
Depending on the amount of space available, a galley-style design with robes on either side may be preferable. Consider placing a mirror on the opposite wall to provide the illusion of space and additional light if one run of cabinets works better for your area.
For good reason, a hinged wardrobe design is one of our most popular layouts. External doors and handles, which are suitable for both smaller and bigger rooms, may create a significant statement in your bedroom and relate the space to the cabinets used throughout the rest of your house.
Clothing, shoes, accessories, and other items can be kept hidden behind exterior doors that come in a variety of colours and profiles. A range of our storage accessories, as well as LED flexy lighting, will make organisation a breeze within your robe.
Hinged wardrobes are highly adaptable in terms of design. To create a multi-purpose room that checks all the requirements, consider adding a study nook to one end of your Hinged wardrobe.
When it comes to sliding wardrobes, the saying “good things come in little packages” is accurate. This arrangement is great for tiny spaces since it has a lot of beauty and storage.
The Tri-panel door systems are intended for versatility, so you may hide your stuff behind them. Mix and combine for a dramatic impact or go for a classic, elegant one-colour appearance. To make a tiny robe work harder, add accessories like hanging rails, open shelves, drawers, and shoe racks.
In this layout with sliding wardrobes, the Reflective Mirror Board finish may be a good idea, which helps to make a room appear larger by reflecting light throughout the area.
Let your ideal wardrobe layout inspire you to get wonderfully organised!