Our wardrobes are custom built here in our factory in module form. Our cabinetmakers then bring them to your home and fit them to the wall or into an alcove. Hinged doors or sliding doors are then put into place to complete
the installation. We believe that our type of construction gives a much neater finish and makes cleaning so much easier.
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We like the idea of being able to open the doors and see a fully white lined interior, not a wall that needs to be painted. Spending time in the
initial stages of design will result in a custom wardrobe that can utilise many combinations available for use in this area.
Wardrobe Design Process
Initially, we do request that customers send through a sketch/measurements of what they would like. We will then provide an initial quote based
on this information, we don't come out to provide a free design and quote to begin with. Once we work out a design that suits the budget we
certainly do a 'check measure' onsite and finalise all of the details.
Most of us are constantly striving to de-clutter and organise our homes. Imagine having a place for everything in your wardrobe. Shelves for your
t-shirts, hanging space for your dresses and lots of space for shoe racks. This is no longer an unobtainable dream. Haddon Kitchens and Cabinets
can design custom cabinets to help get your wardrobe storage organised.
We can custom design a built-in wardrobe to fit your bedroom or walk-in wardrobe to suit your needs. Our design team have wardrobe storage solutions
for just about everything you would keep in your closet. By maximising the space available you will be surprised what we can fit in.
We have all sorts of ideas for your custom wardrobe:
and much more.
Why not integrate your wardrobe renovation when undertaking your bathroom or kitchen renovation? Call us today on 07 3204 0399 or complete our Quote Request form and one of our team will contact you.
Address: Unit 1-2, 11 Business Drive Narangba, Brisbane QLD 4504
With only a few months left until 2020 is upon us (scary, we know!), it is safe to say that a new year generally brings some new trends for kitchen renovators
to enjoy and mull over (and a few old trust favourites to stick around). From colour schemes to fixture choices to cabinet style and splashback options,