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Which wardrobe?


When it comes to wardrobes you either want something flush and inconspicuous or a statement piece that will really stand out, but overall functionality is the key. They can be quite expensive so a few factors to consider  are; how many clothes you have, does it need to be multi-functional, how many drawers you might need; and will they be inside or out as part of the facade of the wardrobe and how much you have to spend.

Below is the new System 300 wardrobe from Furniture Village.  This wardrobe enables you to choose from 50 pre-designed interior options as well as the size and the interior and exterior finishes which are available in Matt White, Birch, Walnut, Cherry, Cream Gloss, Black Gloss and Mirror, it’s easy to coordinate with beds and other furniture.

The following wardrobe is from the french bedroom company, it has such an impact visually and can come across as quite masculine, yet mixed with softer furnishings and girly wallpaper it works both ways.  I think the soft curved lines makes it a really elegant piece of furniture.  To me, this is a classic piece that will stand the test of time.

If you’re looking for a more natural look then you could consider this wardrobe from oak furniture solutions. I especially like the brass handles on the drawers and seeing the natural grain of wood.  This would also be a good options if you have a lot of clothes as the triple door means it’s that much bigger then  a standard double.

For the classic and chic bedroom, try this Nordic Grey wardrobe made from pine and beechwood.  This style would work particularly well in a shabby chic style bedroom

In a similar style to the one above this light wood would work well in smaller room as and the drawers are large, allowing for maximum storage. You can find this wardrobe at Kingshall Furniture.

If you have a passion for ornate French style furniture then look no further than this glamorous piece from sweet pea and willow

Finally, we come back to  those of you who like to be highly organised when it comes to your prized shoes and clothing! I have chosen from a selection at In house interiors who produce bespoke fitted wardrobes for your home and suited to your specific needs.

The mirrors give the illusion of space and I’m loving the shoe drawers.

This one below is very Carrie Bradshaw! If I had an extra room I would love to turn it into a walk in wardrobe/laundry room as our house seems to constantly be covered in clothes.

This, I think is the more masculine version:

And what a great idea for those unused spaces especially in loft conversions and even under the stairs.

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  • that is a neat storage area under them stairs, great idea

  • Thank you for posting such iteresting info and unusual interious solutions :)

  • Some great storage ideas here – particularly like the oak wardrobe with so many drawers and doors! No excuse for overflow…

  • Just found your article, really useful links to interestin sites really like the oak cupboard image really warm styling without being fussy.

    Thanks will be reading through your more recent posts as time allows, thanks David.

  • Some very clever ideas to maximise space.


Pippa Jameson is an experienced Interior Stylist, Art Director, Consultant and TV Designer who has worked in London and abroad for the past 20 years. This site was started as a way for Pippa to share her industry knowledge of current interiors news and trends, whilst having a behind the scenes glimpse of a life in the day of a Stylist.


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