Walk-in Wardrobe

Enclosing wardrobes, draws and clothes rails to create a clear and smooth bedroom environment.

This customer wanted to give her room a uncluttered feel. She wanted to remove the existing wardrobes from her Devon cottage bedroom and use the corner of her long narrow room to create a walk-in wardrobe in which to store clothes, draws and shelving. The job required; removal of old wardrobe, making good walls and ceiling, plastering erecting of stud work, plastering, design and woodwork for chest of draws, shelves and storage.

The room is part of a 17 century cottage. Removing the existing wardrobe gave rise to problems often associated with old houses. The ceiling condition was not good and removal of the wardrobe meant that the ceiling required making good and plastering.

The finished room provided a smooth flow of passage through the bedroom door and into the main part of the bedroom. The three sided wardrobe (half a hexagon) provides ample storage space and has meant the rest of the bedroom now has more space, the previous wardrobe extending another metre into the room. This gives the room a very spacious feel and look.

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2 Responses to Walk-in Wardrobe

  1. Pingback: Victorian Devon Cottage | Man for the Plan

  2. Tanya Raymond says:

    Thank you Rob for a fantastic and very professional job. I can’t believe what a difference it has made. I’ll be recommending you to everyone. Thanks Again. Tanya

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