This range of wardrobes are truly stunning, being both practical and a piece of artwork in their own right, with the doors being treated as a large canvas for colourful Abstract painted designs. The design was inspired by a Wright design for a large screen, which was painted by one of his right hand men Gene Masselink in the 1950's. By that time Wright and Masselink were bringing some interesting and colourful work to the house interiors thay were working on. The design lends itself well to any number of robe doors, and robe lay-outs. Like most Wright robes the doors are really very plain boards, available in a range of woods. They are shown with a simple wooden hande per door, but we can use any handle you want.
The wardrobes can be built-in, which is the usual option these days and in keeping with Wright's preference, or freestanding. They can form a straight run, of any number of doors, or an L shape (with a diagonal unit in the middle if preferred. You caould have a 3 door either side of a door to an en-suite bathroom, for example. The interiors can be fitted anyway you want, with shelves, hanging rails, show racks, lightinging, etc. Made to order. We don't discuss sizes or prices until we've agreed a specification with a customer.
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