By Julia Busby. Closets And Wardrobes. Published at Saturday, April 21st, 2018 - 15:32:58 PM.
DIY wardrobes tend to be a good deal cheaper than wardrobes installed by professionals. One of the reasons for this is that most DIY wardrobes are made using lower quality wood than the costlier custom built wardrobes are. The wood will still be good quality, but you may find that storing your rock collection in your DIY built wardrobe is not the wisest idea.
Using a custom wardrobe doesn't mean that you are getting one made specifically for you according to your request. You are getting a wardrobe that is already in existence, and it is being modified to meet your space and style requirements. This makes the price of these designer wardrobe options much cheaper, as they don't need to be made by hand. Seeing as they are part of an existing design by the manufacturing company, a custom designer wardrobe is much cheaper than a bespoke solution would be.
A walk in wardrobe is for those who need a lot of storage space, and these large wardrobes are basically a whole room dedicated to storing your stuff. A walk in wardrobe will usually be installed in a home before you purchase it, though you may be able to utilize extra space in a large room to create your own walk in wardrobe. These opulent wardrobes will ensure that you never have more items than you can store, and will be an excellent storage solution.
Evaluating the space will allow you to know what type of wardrobe you want, whether fitted, built in, walk in, or free standing. Once you have determined the type of wardrobe you desire, you will then need to take the measurements for your wardrobe design. You will need to measure the height, the width, and the depth of the space for your wardrobe, and these will need to be written down on a paper. Make sure to account for the space around the wardrobe, as well as the any incline of the roof.
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