Modular Wardrobes for a Modern look

A bedroom is incomplete without a wardrobe. Giving the modern-day needs and design trends, there is a wide range of wardrobe models popping up in furniture stores. It’s even harmless to say that it has become convenient to find a modern-looking cupboard. Also, there are endless varieties of materials to choose from each with a different artistic purpose. Although there’s such spectrum of choices, it’s important to study the purpose of the designs of modular wardrobes. So, let’s know the types and designs of modular wardrobes that fit right into your lifestyle.

Multi-panel sliding/shifting doors

Probably the most famous type of wardrobe design. Sliding panels aren’t only popular for wardrobes, but are chosen mostly for cupboards too. That’s because of the ease of use, and space-saving property. If you want your bedroom to have more space, or want it to look classy, you’ll love a sliding door wardrobe in your space. Adding to the list of cons, these type of wardrobes open a wider area of space to check out your outfits.

See-through Modular wardrobes

Is your life all organised? If there’s one thing organised people love is to let others know how clean and neat their space is. For those of you, a See-through wardrobe is the best kind. Without opening up space, the doors of the wardrobe give people a brief of what’s inside, and how organised it is. Most importantly, these type of doors acts as a canvas. The colour of the clothes you put inside the wardrobe acts as art that goes with the rest of the interiors. So, if you want to change the feel of the room, change the clothes inside to how you want it.

L Shaped

Due to its flexibility, most traditional homes prefer an L-shaped wardrobe. But with the trend-wind changing its path to recreate the designs, L-shaped wardrobes got a makeover by popular furniture brands. One of the prime reasons to choose this model is that it does not fix to the usual rules of a wardrobe, being present on one complete wall. It’s the flexibility to purposefully use space gives it an edge over other designs.

Free Standing

These too, date back to years, with their flexibility to be able to move around. These type of wardrobes go well with tight spaces, give us a chance to re-look at designing the interior as many times as needed.

Mirrored doors Modular Wardrobes

If you’ve seen a mirrored wall in a space, it’s to make the place look larger. This is the reason why most small businesses use this technique. They place mirrors on the walls, so the place looks spacious. The drawback in using this technique in a home is that the walls are relatively bigger, and would be a costlier option. Instead, you could go for a Mirrored door wardrobe, which essentially works as a bedroom mirror as well as making the area feel spacious.

DUO - Copper Mirror + Black Mirror Modular Wardrobes

Well, these are some of the modern designs in the world of wardrobes, explained. We hope that this blog helped you make a choice in selecting what type of wardrobe to go for. If you still find difficulty choosing, once the lockdown ends, you can stop by at any of our stores to check out our magnificent options in wardrobes.

Speaking of lockdown, we want to remind you that the whole world is fighting alongside you. So, let’s all stay home, stay safe, and win this war.

Check out our other blogs to know more about the world of furniture.

Sliding Door Wardrobes Greater Than Hinge Door Wardrobes?

The petty struggle whether to go for Sliding door wardrobes or a Hinge door wardrobe. Well, as we always do let’s gauge them both and you can think through on what fits you well…?

Sliding door wardrobes

  • Story :
    • Sliding Door Wardrobes: Sliding door wardrobes are rather new to the whole Wardrobes Design field. Yet we do read that this concept was around since the ancient Roman times & can find references of sliding Wardrobes in Asian cultures too.
    • Hinge Door Wardrobes: The Hinge Technology was around for centuries and still an active practice in making Wardrobes. Many traditionally like this very concept because of various reasons.
  • Science :
    • Sliding Door Wardrobes: The Sliding Wardrobes have a door that can slide in either direction on tracks, sliding past each other. In order to access one side of the closet at a time. The doors in a bypass section of sliding door wardrobe will overlap slightly when viewed from the front of the sliding door wardrobe. But, the advantage of a Sliding Wardrobes is they don’t stick out and occupy space in the room when opened.
    • Hinge Door Wardrobes: Most Hinge door Wardrobes are hinged along one side to allow the door to pivot/move away from the doorway in the opposite direction of the cabinet, but not the other. A majority of the hinged wardrobes are constructed with the point of an axis, is vertical but we do also find hinge wardrobes with a horizontal point of axis. A disadvantage of a hinge door wardrobe is that it sticks out occupying space into the room when opened.
  • Synopsis :
    • Sliding Door Wardrobes –
      • Sliding Door Wardrobes require no space when opened.
      • Sliding door wardrobes are a great match for glass and mirrored doors. The options available for sliding door wardrobe design customizations are practically limitless because of the wide variety of colour choices, finishes, and textures for sliding door wardrobe.
      • Sliding wardrobes favour a lot of space, with a wardrobe of this versatility the need for additional storage is reduced.
      • Sliding wardrobes are easy to be installed because the door of the sliding door wardrobe just needs a top and bottom track to run on and it reduces major carpentry work.
    • Hinge Door Wardrobes –
      • On one hand, Hinge door wardrobes being good on the smaller sized wardrobes the bigger picture of the hinge door wardrobes are always a disturbance.
      • Since they are hinged the hinge door wardrobes need ample space in front of the wardrobe in order for it to be fully opened.
      • There is some amount of damage done to the hinge door wardrobes on a long run because of the usage and the pressure/weight put on the hinges. Making it not reliable on a longer run.

Because the hinges are only on one side of the door the options like mirrored doors are a risk because the weight is ought to be carried by the hinges.

Everything You Need to Know About the Sliding Shutter Wardrobe.

If you are opting for a sliding shutter wardrobe, chances are that there are very good reasons for doing so. The most obvious is to save space that conventional wardrobes take up when the doors open in the front.  But there can be other reasons too for choosing a sliding shutter wardrobe.

sliding shutter wardrobe

When do sliding shutter wardrobes come in handy?

Conventional, as well as traditional wardrobes, are fine in the short run. In the long run, however, it’s important to look at saving space. In this fast growing world, a sliding shutter wardrobe is a perfect fit.

A sliding shutter wardrobe is a great way to get extensive storage within a small amount of space. The streamlined look works well in a contemporary room and gives a very smooth appearance.

Ways to protect Sliding shutter Wardrobe from damage.

Sliding shutter wardrobes usually have wheels that are fitted on top of the door, as this helps ease the maintenance. Since the door hangs from the top, it reduces the amount of space as well, thus making the wardrobe user-friendly.

Built directly into the wall and hidden by large, sliding panels, these storage systems provide you with an incredible amount of storage in a very small space. Storage is easy and tidy as clothes and accessories can be stored behind the doors.

Although sliding shutter wardrobes are essentially meant for saving space, customizing is possible as well. All wardrobes come in different sizes and shapes that depend on the need. Since the panels slide smoothly, you will be able to reach every nook and cranny of the sliding shutter wardrobe.

At Blau, we have a wide range of sliding shutter wardrobes that compliment both space and style. It is time to discard the old designs in order to make way for new designs. Every room has a wardrobe depending on the need for it and when it comes to the sliding kind, the styles are endless.

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