Walk In Wardrobes and Internals

  • Walk in Wardrobe Carcass Construction

    Image 1: The power of paint! Paint your wall a darker colour to create a stunning contrast to the white walk in wardrobe.

  • Walk in Wardrobe

    Image 2: There's room for lots of additional shelving in a walk in wardrobe

  • Walk in wardrobes allow more flexibility for the layout.

    Image 3: The space in a Walk in Wardrobe allows for drawers and shelves to be placed together. Shelves can be adjustable if they are the standard shelf depth of 450mm.

  • A walk in wardrobe in colour board is a luxurious option

    Image 4: Coloured Board is the pinnacle in materials to create your luxurious walk in wardrobe. Add chrome hanging rails and handleless drawers to complete the look.

  • There are different colour options for a coloured board walk in wardrobe

    Image 5: There are a range of colours in the Polytec range to suit your design style.

  • Custom shelves in wardrobe for hat collection

    Image 6: A place for everything. You can create customised shelves for your prized possessions, like this hat collection.

  • Colour coordinate your walk in wardrobe to create storage heaven

    Image 7: Like any room in the house, the tidier that it is, the more desirable. Colour coordination and superior folding skills can create this look in your home!

  • We can find a solution for a tricky corner in your walk in wardrobe

    Image 8: Utilise all of your space with a custom built walk in wardrobe. A tricky corner can still be valuable storage real estate and house your long or double hang clothing.

  • If there is additional height in your space, you can include an additional top shelf

    Image 9: Your cupboard top shelf will usually sit at 2000mm high. Should the height be available, an additional top shelf can be added.

  • Not all wardrobes need to have drawers

    Image 10: Not all wardrobes need to have drawers. Every person has different storage requirements depending on the type of clothing or items they need to store.

  • Think of your wardrobe internals as compartments when working with sliding doors

    Image 11: When working with sliding doors, it's best to think of your internals as compartments aligned with the number of doors that you have.

  • Wardrobe Internals: Baskets in place of drawers

    Image 12: Replace your drawers with wire baskets to increase the visibility of their contents.

  • Create a bank of drawers for incredible storage in your walk in wardrobe

    Image 13: Your walk in wardrobe can accommodate multiple drawers together to create a bank of drawers - there's no excuse to have anything out with this much storage!

  • Utilise those tricky spaces with shallow shelves

    Image 14: Many wardrobes have 'box outs' which take up space. By creating a design with these shallow shelves, this potentially wasted space has become a smart storage solution as a bookcase.

  • Add a tie rack to your wardrobe

    Image 15: There are a small number of accessories available to add to your wardrobe, including this tie rack.

  • Add a trouser rack to your wardrobe design

    Image 16: There are a small number of accessories available to add to your wardrobe, including this trouser rack.

  • The Rebel standard drawer handle is a satin box handle

    Image 17: Rebel's standard drawer handle is a satin bow handle. You are welcome to supply your own handles and we can attach them.

  • Handleless drawers provide a sleeker option for your wardrobe internals

    Image 18: For a sleeker look, you can choose to have your drawers as handleless at no extra cost

  • Add a full length mirror to your walk in wardrobe

    Image 19: If you have a clear wall, especially at the end of your walk in wardrobe, it's the perfect place to add a full length mirror. We can do that for you!

  • Rows and rows of shelves for your ultimate shoe storage

    Image 20: How would you like this shoe collection? And the shoe storage to go with it too of course!

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