Ideas for your Walk-In Wardrobe System
Traditional walk-in wardrobe systems offer a great overview of everything you have in your wardrobe and entice you to try out new combinations and looks. Our WALK-IN and CLOS-IT shelving systems are the perfect choice for creating your very own walk-in wardrobe system. Both shelving systems are highly versatile and can be customized to fit your specific needs and available space. Do you want plenty of shelf space? No problem! Stacks of drawers? We can do that! A lot of wardrobe rails for coats and shirts? That can be done too! Looking for ideas about how to design your open wardrobe system? Have a look at our many pictures and get inspired to put together your very own wardrobe shelving system!
WALK-IN and CLOS-IT – A Comparison of two Walk-In Wardrobe Systems
WALK-IN or CLOS-IT – Which shelving system works best for your home? Compare the merits of our two modular Walk-In Wardrobes.
5 Steps to creating an open Walk-In Wardrobe
It is actually much easier to build a wardrobe system than people often imagine. We show you how you can create your dream wardrobe in just 5 steps, and without spending a fortune. You should estimate around GBP 130-230 per meter of shelving, plus the time it takes to install the wardrobe system. Your reward is fabulous storage space and a complete overview of your clothes, accessories and shoes!
5. Assembly couldn’t be easier
You don’t need any special skills and only a few simple tools to construct your very own walk-in wardrobe system. Make sure you have a second person to help you with the assembly. It is better and safer to have someone help out while you are up on the ladder juggling the spirit level, ruler and drill. As a first step, sort out all delivered parts according to type and size. You will have a better overview and it will be a lot easier to find the right parts when you need them. We suggest you cover the floor with blankets before you start to prevent any damage to your floor or scratches to your shelf boards and shelf rails.
For exact measurements, you will need a spirit level and a ruler or tape measure. Use a pencil to make marks on the wall. Use an electric drill with a 6 mm drill bit to drill the holes for the wall anchors. For a brittle wall, we recommend using a 0.5 to 1 mm smaller drill bit. Your delivery will – of course – include all the screws and wall anchors you need. The wall anchors are so-called universal anchors but may not be suitable for every wall type. A porous concrete wall or a plasterboard wall may require special wall anchors. We recommend using a rubber hammer to sink the wall anchors into the wall.
Take it one step at a time – for two people to install a CLOS-IT wardrobe system, you should estimate one hour per shelf meter and for WALK-IN, one-and-a-half hours per shelf meter. Components like a sideboard will require additional time. You should allow about 30 minutes for the pre-assembly of a sideboard.
Still have questions? Our knowledgeable customer service team will be happy to share tips with you and help you plan and carry out whatever you have in mind!