Here we happy to share the pictures of the alcove fitted wardrobes we made for our customer in North of London. Design of the wardrobes matching the bedroom decorations. To maximise all available storage space we designed the wardrobes to be right to the ceiling with additional cupboard units above the main wardrobe sections.  These pair of the fitted wardrobes either side of the chimney breast fitting perfectly into both alcoves without any gaps. Even panels around the doors giving these wardrobes a chunky look and the top panel of the wardrobes nicely cut around the coving creating a clean finish. The wardrobes doors made with shaker panels with the beading inside the panels to give this wardrobes traditional look. 

Alcove wardrobes picture of the both left and right alcove. Design matching the bedroom decorations.
Alcove wardrobe at the right alcove, wardrobe matching original design of the bedroom.

Both alcove wardrobes interiors designed completely the same, this was an idea of our wardrobe designer to maximise all available space inside by adding shoe racks at the bottom and two small drawer on the side making space for hanging the clothes longer on another side giving an opportunity to hang clothes of different lengths inside of one the wardrobe. 

Top of the wardrobes made with large storage compartments behind the doors to sore away lager items such beddings, suitcases and large boxes.

alcove wardrobe interior design
Alcove wardrobes either side of the chimney breast with top cupboard doors

We have made these fitted wardrobes out of MDF.
Our team of two highly skilled carpenters installed both wardrobes in one day (8 hours)
After the installation, wardrobes have been painted by our professional decorator using Dulux Trade white eggshell oil based paint.
It took him 2 days to complete the painting.
All the work was carried out at the customers’ house and took 3 days in total.

The price of these wardrobes was about £2900+VAT including few drawers and shoe racks.

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