219 Boat Club
The bed folds up on to the wall behind it between wardrobes, assisted by concealed hydraulic gas pumps requiring minimal effort by one person. Once the bed is folded up, sliding folding doors are drawn across it to align with the adjacent cupboards. Once closed, the entire wall appears to be a continuous wardrobe, with no hint of the bed behind, completely transforming the room. The bed has a ply base over aluminium framing and a carved wooden edge band all around.
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2. Firm: studio HINGEThe light-brown groove lines demarcate the wardrobe shutters and continue as recessed handles to give a modern look to this all-grey wardrobe.Get your wardrobe from these furniture brands and designers
1. Finalise the designIt is important to finalise the fitted wardrobe design, which should include the shutters as well as the position of the internal shelving. This is to ensure that there are no changes once the carpenters start the work. It is essential to have a measured drawing with detailed dimensions of the proposed wardrobe design to ensure efficiency in the carpentry work.Select the veneers or laminates and finalise the outer finish of the wardrobe design before the work starts. Also, choose all the hardware, such as the door handles, hinges (for hinged doors) or the sliding fittings for sliding panel wardrobes.Tip: Collect ideas for fitted wardrobes from images you see in magazines, sites and Houzz. Choose the one you want. Show it to the carpenter, or better still, paste the image on a wall of the room in which the carpentry work is going on, for reference.