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Scarlet Wardrobe

Scarlet Collection represents comfort, style, design and beauty

€5845.42

NED LED Wardrobe

Ned Collection

€3439.14

Round 41 Dresser

Warm beauty

€1633.14

Round 46 Dresser

Warm beauty

€1805.14

Round 6 Door Wardrobe

Warm beauty

€5159.14

Round 5 Door Wardrobe

Warm beauty

€4299.14

Round 4 Door Wardrobe

Warm beauty

€3439.14

Round 3 Door Wardrobe

Warm beauty

€3009.14

Round 2 Door Wardrobe

Warm beauty

€2579.14 €1977.14

Abby GL Dresser

Perfect proportions and details in natural materials

€1461.14

Teo LED Wardrope

Sharp silhouette, filled with personality, in the pursuit of ultimate styling originality

€3439.14

Round 63 Dresser

Warm beauty

€1977.14

Organizing a closet effectively involves removing everything, categorizing items, decluttering what is unnecessary, and then arranging everything in a manner that facilitates quick and easy retrieval of items.

To prevent clothes from smelling musty in a wardrobe:
  • Ensure Dryness: Keep the wardrobe dry and well-ventilated.
  • Use Dehumidifiers: Place dehumidifiers or moisture-absorbing packets.
  • Add Air Circulation: Increase air circulation with fans or open windows.
  • Use Natural Fresheners: Place cedar blocks, lavender sachets, or activated charcoal.
  • Regularly Clean Wardrobe: Wipe down the interior and remove any mold or mildew.
  • Rotate Clothing: Regularly rotate and air out clothes.
  • Proper Storage: Store clean and completely dry clothes in breathable bags or containers.

A wardrobe is a piece of furniture used for storing clothes and other personal items, typically equipped with drawers, shelves, and hanging space.

A capsule wardrobe is a minimalist and curated collection of essential, versatile clothing items that can be mixed and matched to create various outfits. The goal is to have a small, cohesive wardrobe with pieces that complement each other, making it easier to dress with less and reduce decision fatigue.

A wardrobe is designed to store clothes and personal items, providing space for hanging garments, drawers for folded clothes, and shelves for accessories.

Tips for Crafting a Minimalist Wardrobe and Closet:
  • Acknowledge excess clothing ownership.
  • Opt for a limited color palette.
  • Embrace a "one-in, one-out" mindset.
  • Donate, sell, recycle, or discard items.
  • Continue decluttering through donations, sales, or discarding.
  • Impose a shopping moratorium.
  • Set a monthly spending cap.
  • Prioritize quality over quantity when making new purchases.

Organize your wardrobe by:
  • Decluttering unused items.
  • Categorizing clothes.
  • Using storage solutions like bins and hangers.
  • Maximizing vertical space.
  • Adopting a system for easy access.

The cost of a modern wardrobe can vary widely depending on factors like material, design, size, and brand. On average, prices can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. It's recommended to research specific models, styles, and retailers to get a more accurate estimate based on your preferences and requirements.

The best material for a wardrobe is often considered to be solid wood, particularly hardwoods like oak or mahogany, due to their durability and timeless appeal.

To declutter your wardrobe:
  • Remove Everything: Take out all items.
  • Sort Categories: Group similar items together.
  • Discard Unused: Get rid of clothes you no longer wear.
  • Donate or Sell: Consider donating or selling items in good condition.
  • Evaluate Fit and Style: Keep items that fit well and align with your style.
  • Limit Sentimental Items: Keep sentimental pieces selectively.
  • Organize and Store: Arrange remaining items neatly in your wardrobe.

Yes, you can typically add shelves to a wardrobe closet. There are different ways to do this:

  • Freestanding Shelves: Place standalone shelving units inside the wardrobe to create additional storage.
  • Adjustable Shelving Systems: Purchase adjustable shelving systems that can be customized to fit your wardrobe's dimensions.
  • DIY Shelving: If you are handy, consider building or installing your own shelves inside the wardrobe.
  • Professional Installation: Hire a professional carpenter or handyman to add custom shelves tailored to your wardrobe.

Before making any modifications, measure the interior dimensions of your wardrobe to ensure that the shelves fit properly and do not interfere with the functionality of the hanging space.

A wardrobe has greater capacity for storing clothing, shoes, and accessories compared to a closet. Additionally, the design distinction lies in the fact that a closet often features shelves and hanging space, while a wardrobe may include drawers, shelves, and hanging space.

To measure your closet for a wardrobe:
  • Height: Measure from the floor to the highest point inside the closet.
  • Width: Measure the width of the closet from one side to the other.
  • Depth: Measure the depth of the closet from the back wall to the closet door.
  • Consider Door Clearance: Note the space needed for the wardrobe doors to open comfortably.
Use these measurements when selecting a wardrobe to ensure a proper fit in your closet space.

Yes, you can paint a metal wardrobe. Use a metal-appropriate primer and paint for the best adhesion and durability.

A toe kick refers to the indented area on the bottom of a lower cabinet designed to accommodate your toes. This space allows your feet to comfortably rest beneath the cabinet, allowing for a closer approach to the countertop without the need to stoop.