How alcove space could be used for walk-in wardrobes
A walk-in wardrobe similar to this one could be used to fill an alcove in your bedroom. Image by Vipman (via Shutterstock).
Ill-fitting free standing wardrobes: they can drive you mad as you try to find your shoes for a job interview. Or a suitable shirt for date night, or that nice outfit your Auntie Enid wishes she could fit into. With well planned walk-in wardrobes, all of the above worries can be assuaged. No more faffing about for odd items; also enough space for your shirts and suits, belts, ties, and underwear.
You might be happy with a fitment unit or separate wardrobes, not to mention another drawer for your socks and undies. If you have an alcove in your bedroom, you might prefer to make better use of it. Walk-in wardrobes can be one idea.
We at A.D. Woodcraft are able to work with the pokiest and the most spacious of alcoves. With our expertise in carpentry and interior design, we can add features like sliding doors. Space for your smalls could be added to your alcove. Whether we have nine square feet or 50 square feet to work with, we are up to the challenge.
Once you have chosen A.D. Woodcraft for your walk-in wardrobes, you can be sure of high quality workmanship that is built to last. Our designs are timeless and, whether your taste in design is traditional or contemporary, everything is based around your needs. Unlike freestanding wardrobes, which might be fine in a 1930s semi-detached house, but a tad overwhelming for your Victorian two bedroom terraced house.
If you are stuck for a sartorial storage solution, Austin Dennemy and his team will solve your problems. For a free no-obligation quote, why not call us on 00 353 85 127 0371, or send us an email via email@example.com? We will be delighted to help you along the way.