When you order a custom version of a built-in wardrobe, you can design it to fit your specific needs. Stock options may or may not suit your purposes in an ideal manner. Instead, you should add the pertinent details to an original plan to meet your usage requirements in a unique way.
When you custom order a wardrobe design, there are various elements to include in it to make it as effective as possible. Hanging rods are a must if you will be storing dresses, shirts and pants in the wardrobe. Drawers are other useful additions to this design for the purpose of keeping underclothes and socks out of sight in a neat way. Bulky items such as sweaters store easily on shelves. You also may need a shoe rack if you own multiple pairs of shoes.
One idea for a configuration for a custom wardrobe is an hanging rack a few inches from the top in one section with a lower hanging rack about midway. The upper rack is for shirts while the lower one is for pants. A setup such as this is ideal for men's clothes just for one example. In the section next to these racks, you can place a cabinet with shelves that goes from the floor to the top of the wardrobe. Drawers can be in the next section or on the other side of the racks depending upon the design of your specific built-in wardrobe.
With the custom, built-in wardrobe you not only select the features in the design, but you also choose all of the materials that go into constructing it. You have complete control of every aspect of this project.
The last tip of choosing the best built-in wardrobe for your purposes is to hire the right company to create it for you. For this, you need to consult with DM Cabinets since we specialise in cabinet making for wardrobes and other areas of the house.
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