After finishing the wet room, our team took to the bedroom, in which an old wardrobe required the most work. As our client had a limited budget at her disposal and the wardrobe was perfectly located, we’d decided to renovate the aging piece of furniture.
We started the renovation with the old, repainted door that we got rid of forever. As before the arrival of Mogio’s team the wardrobe was placed against a background of a yellow wall , the doors were painted in the same, insipid paint. Part of this wall together with the casement, (which place, by the way, should never be in the bedroom !) has been incorporated into the wet room and now the closest proximity of the wardrobe became snowy white doors.
To change the insipid interior into a modern bedroom, it was necessary to change the color of fronts. The choice was obvious – they had to be white. New fronts, as promised by our designer , turned out to be bang on, white door not only made the interior looked larger, but also thanks to their gloss finish it gained depth and elegance (to such a point that to the delight of our investor, we could equip the a bedroom with yet another glamour element beside the chandelier – namely the crystal door handles, without risking a pretentious effect).
We wouldn’t be Mogio, if we hadn’t seen to the practical aspect of our makeover. When changing wardrobe fronts ,we tempted to a reconstruction of its inside in order to ensure for the owners the possibly most convenient usage.
The wardrobe was divided into two identical parts (though some have suggested that it would be more logical to allot at least three-quarters of its space to our client, however, we decided that if necessary she will negotiate with her husband herself for the additional shelves) and placed a mini chest of drawers, a number of shelves and a bar to hanging clothes in each part.