Wardrobe. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 11:49:54 AM
Depending on the size and make of the wardrobe can depend on the next feature of the double wardrobe, the extra space above the hanging rail. With many wardrobes, additional shelving can be found with a strong solid shelve made from the same wood used to produce the wardrobe. This can be used for many items from the bedroom as the depth from the top of the wardrobe to the shelf is usually quite a few inches in height. A feature which can be very useful but not as common is an added drawer or series of small drawers found at the bottom of the wardrobe. This means the hanging rail can be higher up to provide the same amount of hanging space, or alternatively, the same higher as a wardrobe without additional drawers but provides hanging space which is lacking in height.
In a customized wardrobe, various kinds of doors can be used; some people may prefer the look of sliding doors instead of the regular ones; some may prefer vinyl doors and panels as they are mostly moisture resistant and have a tough, durable and decorative surface resulting in a stylish door with an excellent resistance to impact. Vinyl doors also reduce the danger of edges catching or chipping. Sliding doors, on the other hand, add the required aesthetic appeal in an otherwise ordinary wardrobe. They come in sleek ceiling to floor sizes and cover the bedroom storage from wall to wall; traditional doors are unable match the quality and versatility which the sliding doors in a wardrobe provide. Standard wood effect, mirror and glass sliding doors are not only beautiful from the outside but also smart from the inside.
A pine 3 door wardrobe will include all of the painted wardrobe types mentioned earlier. Pine triple wardrobes are one of the two common wood types used to build wardrobes. The other is oak. As far as style is concerned, some people may prefer the style of natural pine which is less knotted than that of oak. Other than style there are a few other interesting considerations. Triple pine wardrobes are more cost effective than their oak counterparts as they are easier to source and work with. They also take to paint fairly easily unlike oak which does not. The only real drawback is that the wood is not as durable as oak over the long term. An oak 3 door wardrobe as was just hinted at, is a very strong wood. We have all heard of an antique oak coffee table before. Oak is very durable and robust - why else is would it remain one of the most common construction materials used today in buildings and furniture alike? So while pine could easily last up to 10 years without starting to splinter or fall apart, triple oak wardrobes will keep going. But this benefit of oak is also a downfall and makes it more expensive to buy.
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