This is a stunning new selection of Art Deco wardrobes, inspired by a Gilbert Rhode design from c. 1935. If this was in wood it would look quite ordinary, but the contrasting colours give them a strong visual look. It is amazing how contemporary & modern this furniture looks. The asymetric shape further enhances the graphic, almost De Stijl, look. All the straight lines / boxy shapes are softened by the wonderful round handles, made bespoke for this piece; they are what really lift this piece. But you can specify any handles you like. We've shown these robes in a variety of configurations, from a typical double robe to 4 door & corner versions, plus with added on pieces of furniture.
The colours are bespoke finished to whatever you want, from muted Deco colours to clean modern finishes. The frame carcase & doors can be finished differently. The robes can either be hand painted or lacquered, with matt, satin or gloss finishes as you prefer. We could make this exactly to your requirements, as made to order. We can also adapt the design anyway you want, and you can also choose any colour you want. The interior(s) can equally be fitted out as you want.
A door wardrobe would be sufficient for most couples, but could be extended to 6 doors if you require the storage. Odd door numbers don't give as balanced a design due to the 1/2 door handle on 1 door. 3 of the photos above show a straight run of wardrobes, but 1 photo shows a break in the line, with 1 robe set behind the other. This was just to show you can vary the robes to further emphasis the asymetric look.
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