This gorgeous wardrobe was inspired by an early Omega Workshops piece, the 'Adam & Eve' screen, designed by Vanessa Bell c.1913. A screen is not that different to a wardrobe, ie 4 panels decoratively painted with 1 overall design, to create a stunning piece of artwork. Imagine using this every day for your clothes! Personally, I think this design captures the very essence of Omega / Bloomsbury work, both in the colouring, the loose brushwork & Abstract nature of the design.
This wardrobe is shown as a 4 door wardrobe, but it go to 5 or maybe 6 keeping close to the original proportion. The robes can be built-in or freestanding. The robe is shown with a dark painted carcase, which picks out the black in the design & dramatically frames the lighter painted design. But the carcase could be painted in a lighter colour, say to match one of the other colours in the design, or could be a wood finish. The interiors can be fitted out as you want, as they're made to order. These robes are highly artistic furniture, & are expensive; think ordering a 4 door wardrobe & a seperate 2M x 2M approx. painting, combined as 1 piece.
Above left; robe shown with black handles, which match the robe carcase. These catch the eye, which they shouldn't, the version with lighter handles are better because they blend into the design. Above right is shown a 2 door version of the robe; this works equally well. The problem, & bonus, of an artist interpreting another artist's work is you can get a new take on the design. The bottom 2 versions are even more Abstract than the original, & somehow work equally well.