Walk-in to space and style…

Our latest project was an exciting one. We were tasked to create a walk-in wardrobe, complete with a laundry chute to make laundry days a breeze!

The wardrobe’s other features include beautiful cream, soft-closing drawers, useful cubby-holes and compartmentalised shelves.

Compartmentalising is a great idea – especially if space is limited. It means you can fit more in, whilst still being able to find it!


Then there’s the much-needed hanging space; obligatory when it comes to walk-ins! This wardrobe’s hanging rails were split on two levels and included a high shelf for stowing away things that aren’t in regular use.

To finish off, we added two floating shelves to the adjacent walls for just that extra bit of storage!

The customer was very pleased with the result. We think it’s a great example of how versatile walk-in wardrobes can be. Floor to ceiling wardrobes really do utilise every last bit of space.

Have you got a space in mind that you’d like to convert? Give us a call on 0117 973 9100 or pop into our showroom for a chat – you can find us at 100 Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2QY.

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