We recently completed a project in a tricky Victorian house in the Clifton area, installing a small built-in wardrobe with sleek and striking white glass doors.
As is the case with many older houses, the space we had to convert was awkward – we had to work with uneven walls and a chimney breast; features that can present problems when trying to find standalone furniture to fit your interior!
Here’s how the room looked before we started work…
The finished wardrobe was of differing depth, but maximises the space that’s available with floor to ceiling storage. With soft-closing drawers, hanging rails and shelving, there’s no more need for bags or boxes to be propped on top of the wardrobe.
We even managed to incorporate space for the television. Just pull back the right hand door and it’s mounted on the wall, ready to watch.
The room looks much more spacious and airy because belongings are tidy and hidden away – proof that you don’t need tonnes of space to clear the clutter!
We were in and out in a day and a half, and the client was delighted with the result – a job well done!
What a transformation!