Wardrobe Planning

Planning a functional wardrobe is a simple process. A buyer need to have basic understanding of the different components which make up a wardrobe that is both functional and organised. Go through below mentioned sections to learn more.

Free standing wardrobes can be place against any wall. It gives freedom of moving wardrobes to different locations in a room.

Floor to ceiling wardrobes are built to utilize complete available space between floor and ceiling. Loft area provides additional storage space.

Built In wardrobes give a clean look to room layout & helps in maximum space utilization.

L Shaped wardrobes help in proper utilization of corner space and it can be easily accessed.

Hinged Door Wardrobes are also known as swing door wardrobe and are most commonly used type of wardrobes.

Sliding Door wardrobes are available in 2 Door & 3 Door Option. Aluminium framed door option with glass is also available.

Sliding & Folding Door wardrobes are great space saver.

Ideal for long dresses and coats.

Ideal for shirts and dresses up to 1000mm long.

Ideal for shorter dresses and trousers up to 1500mm long.

Ideal for combining hanging items & folded items.

Ideal for combining hanging items & easy accessibility of folded items.

Ideal to store folded items.

Ideal for easy accessibility of folded items.

Hanging Rods are available in size of 2000 mm and can be cut to fit any cabinet. Illuminated hanging rod option is also available.

Garment Lift is ideal in case of high wardrobes. Telescopic width adjustment for inside carcass widths of 750 - 1150 mm.

Tie rack is must have item for Men's wardrobe.

Trouser Pullouts are side mounted and can be accommodated in lower portion of wardrobe.

Pullout shelves helps in better accessibility in comparison to fixed shelve.

Wire basket options are also available and can be used in place of wooden drawers.

Shoe Racks are available in many designs and can be mounted horizontally or vertically.