We’ve been busy recently – well, we’re always busy to be honest – making a large fully fitted wardrobe for clients who own a large cottage with irregular spaces, walls and ceilings. These photos give you an idea of the work involved – cutting, sanding, measuring, planing – and then doing a complete dry build. Then it’s all taken apart again, and finished, then transported on site and carefully built up again in place.
Here’s the full spec of this fitted wardrobe, as usual. Are you considering having something similar built in your home but not sure where to start? Contact us here for a chat about your plans.
– Fully fitted wardrobe with frame and panel design
– Frame and panel doors with maple frames and moisture resistant MDF panels constructed using mortice and tenon joints, to sit on high quality, fully concealed, soft close hinges
– Cabinet to have maple face frames throughout
– Side panel to be of frame and panel construction
– Flush plinth with bead detail
– Bead detail to break top and bottom cabinets
– Cornice detail at top
– Far left bottom double door double height hanging angled top cabinet with one door one fixed shelf
– Central cabinet double doors fixed shelves, oak veneered MDF drawers with solid oak fronts and pull detail on full extension soft close runners below – top cabinet with one fixed shelf
– Right cabinet double doors full height hanging one lower shelf top cabinet with double doors one shelf with vertical partition
– All external pieces finished in hard wearing paint in 10% sheen in colour of choice
– All internal oak parts finished in hard wearing clear lacquer
– Interior constructed in ivory melamine faced MDF with a biscuited and carcass screwed construction
– All shelves oak veneered MDF with solid oak lippings to sit on high quality shelf pins
– High quality chrome hanging rails
– It has cut outs for electrical sockets
– The clients chose the knobs, which are in solid pewter.