Our wardrobe designers are storage solution experts, and we can help you to design an attractive and functional built-in wardrobe that perfectly meets your needs and budget. See an overview of our built-in wardrobe systems below, and then contact us to arrange a consultation with one of our wardrobe designers.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the optimum size for a walk-in wardrobe?
A minimum width of 1700mm is needed for storage to be fitted down both sides of the space. Otherwise, we recommend an L-shaped layout. A space depth of at least 550mm is required for clothes hanging, however, the units can be from 300mm deep. A minimum unit depth of 350mm is required for drawers.
We recommend talking to us before the framing goes up to ensure you can fit everything you want into the space created by your builder or architect. Moving framing as little as 10cm can sometimes make all the difference and open up a more comprehensive range of design options.
What's the difference between a fitted wardrobe and a built-in wardrobe?
The term fitted wardrobe and a built-in wardrobe are used interchangeably to describe made-to-measure wardrobe systems fixed to an internal wall to create a unit purposely built to fit a unique space.
Can walk-in wardrobes maximise space?
A well-designed walk-in wardrobe will maximise your space. We design clever storage to fit any size or shape so that no area is wasted in your walk-in wardrobe design.