Walkinwardrobes.com.ltd was at the grand design exhibition at London excel, showing it's brand new range of walk in wardrobes systems in different colours and wood finishes adorned with lighting and glass panels.
The exhibition went on for nine days and was held in the interior designs section of the exhibition.
Walk in wardrobes Lights
They had two large bedroom walk in wardrobe dressing rooms on display, with feature panels lit up with LED lights, including strip lights, under lights and recessed lights, showing the different configurations possible.
Also on display were drawer cabinets which when you opened the drawers, lights would come on automatically.
The best thing about the dressing room wardrobes was the ability of the system to fit onto any wall proven by the fact the walk-in wardrobes where fixed on the flimsy walls of the exhibition display stand which were only made of a 44mm thick frame covered with 3mm plywood. Yet the system was solid. This may not seem like much to some but for a system that is wall hung completely, that is quite a feat.
Walk in wardrobes Designs
Another thing that I really admired was the large framed mirrors that seem to make the walk in wardrobe massive to the eye. It really was a feast for the eyes to those of us who really like minimal straight line contemporary furniture for the modern bedroom lifestyle.
There were other features worthy of note, like the soft closing drawers and trouser racks, which by the way were all custom made and not the budget plastic accessories that are sold by the high end, main line companies.
Last of all, the thing my wife liked best was the pull-out jewellery drawer in leather that was divided into sections for all those bit and bobs of bling to make it that bit easier to store, sort and care until those special days out, come around.
Overall the walk in wardrobes looked amazing most of all the two toned system in soft cream and dark wenge was a nice contrast, but each to their own as my wife preferred the medium walnut wardrobe.
One final thing, there was a video playing on the stand showing how anybody could install the wardrobe furniture themselves and this drew the crowds around the stand. http://www.youtube.com/
Not to mention Kevin mcCloud stopped and commented along the lines of “wow that looks fabulous”.
All and all a great show to go to if you are looking to furnish and design your bedrooms or spare room.
They have a website at http://www.walkinwardrobes.com where you can download a brochure showing the 100 or so different walk in wardrobe modular systems in a PDF flip book.