By Alina Desai. Closets And Wardrobes. Published at Thursday, March 08th, 2018 - 09:41:47 AM.
If you can't find the exact wardrobe for your child that you want, you can also customise a wardrobe into just the one you want. For example, you can change the handles to something more modern, or sleek, or funky, just like you might change the buttons on a coat. You can paint a wardrobe - a wooden wardrobe can become cerise pink for a girl, or blue for a boy, or something more neutral, such as crisp white.
Notably, their products are cheaper, since they are mainly flat packed and need assembly and erecting.
The sliding door wardrobe is easily integrated into the design of any bedroom, and you can even use the door to install huge mirror that can make your bedroom look roomier. When your room is filled with furniture, you may find that the sliding door wardrobe is the perfect design. They are also less costly than most wardrobe styles, and you can make them as deep as you want. These three styles of built in wardrobes are commonly found in most homes around the world, and you will find that the variety in the options gives you more than enough to choose from.
This might be something decided upon by your child, or you may wish to choose a style that suits the rest of your house. If you live in a cottage, a white glossy wardrobe may look out of place, but an antique pine wardrobe with just the right handles, will look like it has lived there forever. Likewise, a modern and stylish house could carry off a sleek children's wardrobe with mirrored doors on one, or both, of the doors.
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