In many houses and flats, there is not enough space to store your wardrobe neatly and attractively, especially in the entrance area or hallway. The problem: standard wardrobes are usually too deep or wide, so the room quickly looks untidy. Here, custom-made wardrobes turn out to be real keepers of order, as they adapt to the room conditions while offering ample space for coats, jackets and shoes as well as storage space for accessories such as hats or handbags.
A lot of space in a small area
To ensure that the hallway always looks tidy, wardrobes with doors behind which clothes can be stored are particularly suitable. Especially in narrow rooms, closed wardrobes provide a light and airy look.
Those who want to opt for an open version are well advised to go with ATRIO. The modern gallery system offers open storage space for areas that allow open presentation! The high-quality aluminium studs and the interior system are available in various colours and decors, and there is also a wide range of options when it comes to equipping the shelf with clever features – from drawers to tie bars.
The potential under the stairs
One topic that is often neglected when furnishing a multi-storey flat or house is the space under the stairs. Yet this place in particular offers a lot of space for creative ideas. Whether it’s a built-in cabinet with an integrated seat that makes it easier to put on and take off shoes or an open wardrobe – custom-made furniture uses every millimetre. This creates entirely new storage possibilities.
Hallway wardrobes with light
One of the biggest mistakes in entrance design: little to no light sources. As the entrance area or hallway often has no windows, additional light sources are essential. A wardrobe from CABINET can be equipped with various lighting systems, such as our LED spots or LED strings embedded in the side of the carcass, to illuminate the room even better.