Our Wardrobes are practical yet elegant in design helping to add a
sense of style to any bedroom. Manufactured from Burmese reclaimed
teak and available in any size, style and finish.
We use Hafele products with integrated soft closing elements, to ensure
that everything closes securely and quietly.
Why purchase Rubber-wood/Para-wood, MDF/veneered wardrobes when you
can have the best for a similar price.
Walk-In closets should be configured for abuse.
What we mean by this is use up all the space, wall-to-wall and top-to-bottom.
If the WIC is the only clothes closet -- do it as the Americans use it.
Configure your closet with few/no cabinets, just hanging space, open
shelves and a few/couple of drawers.
The best organization in our experience is to have removable/adjustable shelving.
Shoes at the base of the closet, maybe even consider a separate shoe console to be
parked near the main entrance door.
Lots of hanging space, you can never have enough.
Easily accessible open shelves for folded items and bags.
Seldom used items can be elegantly stored in boxes on a top shelf, lots of box sizes.
Security is another consideration, we normally install safes in our closets. The safe will
be bolted to the wall/floor and concealed behind teak doors.
Problems with walk in closets, if you don't tend to open daily they can be a breeding
ground for mold. We have seen/smelt some which were horrifying. The issue here is
cramming all available space and not allowing for air circulation, also placing damp items
into the closet causes that rather fusty smell that lingers.
We always recommend a separate storage facility for shoes, this frees-up space that
can be utilized for other items. The shoe consoles have vented front and back panels to allow
for air circulation, the consoles are also high enough to be used as a bench if necessary.
What do we think about a vanity/desk with mirror ? They are rarely used and take up valuable
storage space, however, if your closet is huge go for it. Better to have a separate vanity with mirror
and stool/chair in the master bedroom.