POLIFORM Walk-in Wardrobe
The different types include walk-in, free-standing, corner; modular, wall-mounted, built-in and trunk wardrobes. Each type is unique and fits to a specific project. Keep in mind that for built-in and walk-in wardrobes, the storage is sometimes modular to best suit the user’s needs. The most common types are shelves, clothes rails, trouser rails, drawers and shoe racks.
Walk-in wardrobes can make it easier to find items if you have a spare room and a large amount of clothing, shoes or other items to store. This made-to-measure modular solution optimizes the floor to ceiling space.
Free-standing wardrobes or standalone wardrobes can be repositioned in different rooms, are easy to install and available in a number of standard configurations.
Corner wardrobes make the most of corner spaces for storage.
Modular wardrobes can be designed for your needs and optimize the space available. The layout of shelving, drawers and hanging rails can often be customized to suit the individual.
Wall-mounted wardrobes can be either floor standing wardrobes attached to the wall for stability or floating wall-hung wardrobes which save floor space and are great for minimalist design schemes.
Built-in wardrobes are ideal for optimizing floor-to-ceiling space, making use of awkwardly shaped spaces such as attics or under staircases. Most built-in wardrobes are made to measure to ensure that they are perfectly integrated.
Trunk wardrobes, inspired by clothing trunks from the early 20th century, have recently seen a revival. In the form of a case, the wardrobe folds out into a number of compartments specially for clothing. For those who move regularly with fewer wardrobe needs, a smaller version on casters can be a great travelling case for a long work trip.