These new wardrobe designs are classic Jugendstil - they combine the plain shapes of English Arts & Crafts with European ornate shapes & colours of Jugendstil & Art Nouveau. The 4 & 5 door versions even hint at CR Mackintosh influence as well. The overall effect is very elegant, slightly weird & contemporary all at the same time! But it is the shaped door panels that really give them such a strong look; there is an interesting interplay between straight lines, angles lines & curves. There are 2 types of glass used for the door panels, etched & clear glass. The white etched glass hides the clothes inside, and the clear & coloured glass provides pattern & contrast. The angled mitred top shape echoes earlier European farm furniture, whose robes often had similar shaped tops. Also shown are different design variations below, showing a wide range of colourways. You could have this as freestanding or built-in robes, with 2, 3, 4 or 5 door versions. The interior can be fitted out as you like. The robes can be made in a wood or painted finish. The door panels could be finished in other options besides glass, ie a wood (see design at bottom), a metal sheet, singe panel glass, a fabric, etc.. Made to order. We only give sizes when we've agreed a spec with a customer.
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