The hand painted fretwork wardrobes are a key feature of this bespoke dressing room. We worked closely with the customers, who had a very clear idea of how they wanted their new room to look. As with all Weaver Dane projects, we designed the furniture to fit the dimensions of the room and make the best use of the space. Once we had agreed on a layout that included all the elements the couple wanted, it was time to think about the look and feel of the room.
Starting from their choice of Farrow & Ball paint colour “Hardwick White”, we first created a fretwork design for the mirrored wardrobes. Then, we made the mirror frame to match the bespoke design of the fretwork on the mirrored wardrobe doors. The client specified a range of storage in the corner wardrobes, including a combination of hanging space, shelves and our popular shoe rack design. Together with the dressing table unit with three-drawer units either side, overhead units and five-drawer tall unit, our customers were astonished at the amount of storage space we were able to fit into the room without making it feel cramped or overcrowded.
We made all of the furniture in moisture-resistant MDF which we then sprayed with Farrow and Ball paint in “Hardwick White.” For a finishing touch, the couple picked a crystal knob handle design.
See more examples of our fitted bedrooms and dressing rooms on our main bedrooms page.
You can see some images of our shoe rack storage in the details of the Gloss white bedroom case study.