By Elsie Rousseau. Closets And Wardrobes. Published at Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 - 10:22:42 AM.
The Frame wardrobe is designed to allow you total access to all of your storage, and you will find that the frame wardrobe is perfect for installing in a room with a sloped ceiling. There is nothing that limits how deep your wardrobe can be with the frame design, and you can install it nearly anywhere.
The first type of custom design wardrobe is called "bespoke". Bespoke design is a design that you and a wardrobe designer come up with together, and which is constructed by a local craftsman or workshop specifically for you. You are able to set the design, style, colors, and pattern of your wardrobe, and you are even able to select the wood that you want to use. Once you and your designer have agreed on a design for your wardrobe, the plans are sent off to a local craftsman to be made according to your request. If you want a wardrobe that will be according to very specific plans and dimensions, you may find that a bespoke design is exactly what you are looking for.
A free standing wardrobe is designed to stand in the middle of the room, and it looks exactly like an armoire. These wardrobes are usually very sturdy, as they have to stand alone without being anchored into the walls of your bedroom. A free standing wardrobe will usually be the perfect decoration to complement your room, and you are easily able to move it if you leave your home. This mobile storage solution is perfect if you have not yet bought your home, as the free standing wardrobe will ensure that you will always have storage space no matter where you are.
Wardrobes and cabinets do not just add up to the aesthetic appeal of your home but also increase the functionality of spaces. While scouting for a wardrobe, you should consider a few important questions like the size, the type of materials and the space constraints.
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