This lovely family in Edmonton knew exactly what they wanted and were a delight to work with. Nevertheless they were also open to suggestions due to the complex nature of their bedroom. They wanted their wardrobe to be split equally as his and hers. However, a curved bay window and a chimney breast with unequal sections either side presented great challenges. Meticulous design and precision were key in creating a symmetrical wardrobe with doors that aligned with the internal dividers and allowed enough space for the drawers to open without catching on the sliding doors. A few millimeters either way and this would not work.
We dismantled and removed the customers’ old wardrobe and the material was recycled as part of the Love Wardrobes recycle scheme.
The customers internals of this wardrobe were in alpine white with a walnut surround. The doors were full mirror encompassed in a black frame. We also made 2 bedside tables in walnut to match the exterior of the wardrobe.