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We work with our customers to design a personalised wardrobe. The look of the wardrobe from the outside is important – but if the interior isn’t designed properly you won’t be able to hang or fold up all the things that you thought you would!
From a simple design with single and double hanging rails, through to a full luxury interior with drawers, shoe racks and pull out rails, we can produce the maximum amount of storage and hanging in your wardrobe, working with the space available.
Hanging rails can be fitted to provide long hanging for garments such as dresses and coats, with double rails to make short hanging for shirts and blouses.
Pull down rails are ideal for tall ceilings, where the clothes can be brought down for easy access, which also gives more storage space at the bottom of the wardrobe.
Drawers inside a wardrobe are great for stowing things away, while open shelves make good storage spaces for the more bulky items.
Shoe racks are an ideal way of getting shoes off the floor and tidying up the bottom of a wardrobe. They can be either fixed or pull out, depending on the amount of shoes and the space available.
Trouser rails provide a sensible solution to keeping trousers neatly folded whilst maximising space. They simply pull out from the wardrobe so that you can select the pair required.
Tie and belt rails work in exactly the same way, and are usually attached to the side or central partition of the wardrobe.
On hinged wardrobes a full length mirror can be fixed to the back of a wardrobe door, to check things over before the wardrobe is closed up.
Also available for fitting inside a wardrobe or in a dressing room is our Maxi Space System, as shown in the photos on this page. This is a more open storage method, and allows full adjustment of all the parts by quick release components. The system is made of sturdy aluminium and whilst fixed to the wall and the floor, does not depend on any other structure, so can also be fitted anywhere that a good looking display or storage space is required.