Miss Kincaid from Greenock wanted to maximise the space within her spare bedroom by using sliding wardrobes to create a stylish storage solution.
Opting for a full length mirror to create illusion of a larger room and coupled with the oak shaker style door and a high gloss soft white panel helps keep the room light and bright.
Oak Shaker 3 split
Mr & Mrs Lindsay visited our showroom after following us on Facebook and enjoying our weekly completion photos.
After moving into a new house the client's wanted to transform their bedroom. They needed as much storage space as possible and were keen to maximise the potential of their new room.
We suggested sliding wardrobes as they require less space than fitted wardrobes and they would fit into this space perfectly.
We discussed which internals would best suit the couple's needs and the final design meets every storage requirement!
Mr & Mrs Lindsay loved our walnut & mirror combination as they felt it was neutral in tone and also provided warmth and texture to the room
We think you'll agree this design is not only practical but stylish too!
Walnut Fitted doors
Mr and Mrs Hendy wanted to maximise the space in their son and daughters bedrooms, also giving more storage, they chose sliding wardrobes rather than fitted, with the four doors, 2 of which are glass, again giving the illusion of more space.
4 door sliding robes
Room 1 = Light Beige - Silver Mirror
Room 2 = Classic Black - Silver Mirror
Mr and Mrs Gow came into our showroom for inspiration for their bedroom. They wanted to make good use of wasted space, also adding fantastic storage. They instantly fell in love with our walnut range of robes, adding that boutique style to their master bedroom.
4 Door Sliding Robes
Walnut & Silver Mirror