Four choices in wardrobe design

Published 09 November 2021 | Design Tips

The choice of wardrobe design for your bedroom will depend on a number of factors including use, colour preference and the size of the room.

A traditional approach to wardrobe design is to plan a unit of hinged doors with handles. The wardrobe is generally a standard height and can be either free-standing (pictured) or built-in -usually up to a wall or in an alcove. Although built-in is usually more practical, making the best use of space, a free-standing wardrobe can be a statement piece in the room.

Another option available from Kube is a handle-less touch-to-open door. Shown here designed with an integrated bed and matching desk and chest of drawers.

A sliding wardrobe is also a popular choice. Instead of opening into the room, these doors slide on a track. Generally suitable as built-in from floor to ceiling, they utilise the full space available. We have a huge choice of finishes and colours in our sliding wardrobe range at Kube.

The ultimate in wardrobes is, of course, the walk-in option. It can be fitted with or without doors at the entrance to the wardrobe. More suited to the larger room, it is, however, possible to fit into smaller rooms with some careful planning. All your clothes, shoes and accessories are ordered and on view, making outfit decisions effortless.

If you are considering a new wardrobe in any of the bedrooms in your home, don’t miss the full wardrobe range at a Kube store near you. Drop in to browse or book a design consultation here.