Refined craftsmanship paired with top quality materials to create the best wardrobes.
The combination of texture, colour and grain of the wood material used to design our wardrobe comes together beautifully, visually pleasing and gives off a natural, earthy and warm ambience. Furthermore, this is a contemporary wardrobe design that easily fits in and goes well with different types of home interiors.
We meticulously pick out the best materials for our wardrobe, using a solid plywood frame and high grade internal polykem to ensure that our customers would be thoroughly satisfied with the quality.
• Durable cast iron hanging rails
• Adjustable treads
• High quality Internal colour polykem
• Fingerprint lock
• High quality runners produced in Germany
• Hinges made in-house
• Stylish, timeless design
• LED Lighting (Optional)
Case Study 1:
Livia wants to build a walk-in wardrobe, she achieved this easily by ordering 1 open-concept wardrobe (without doors) and placing an accessory display case in front of it. (Refer to the simple floorplan below.)
Luxury, custom solutions for everyone.
Whether it’s for a walk-in-wardrobe or a bedroom, our designs are individually custom-built by our experienced team of in-house carpenters to suit every interior, customized to your ideal size.
Case Study 2:
Using 4 sets of wardrobes from us, Livia built an open walk-in wardrobe that provides optimum storage space without compromising aesthetics. Utilizing 2 sets of open door wardrobes and 2 sets of wardrobes with doors, a unique contrast is created. (Refer to the simple floorplan below.)
Effortlessly combining form & function
Sleek and functional, our wardrobe designs are spacious and allow for proper storage. From storage drawers to specially built shelving to a high quality hanging rail, every aspect is carefully considered for the best function.
Case Study 3:
Livia wants a wardrobe next to the dressing table in the master bedroom, with our customization options, she was able to have the wardrobe perfectly sized to maximise storage space and fit right next to the dressing table. (Refer to the simple floorplan below.)
Case Study 4:
Combining three sets of wardrobes, two with doors, one without door, Livia was able to build a unique wardrobe that stands out in a sophisticated manner while maximising the use of space.