The ever changing storage needs of two growing young boys was at the forefront of this children’s bedroom wardrobe design.
The detailed profile on the cabinet fronts was carefully selected to tie in with the detail on the original internal doors of this 1910 Wooloowin Queenslander. The pewter hardware were sourced to, again, tie in with the rest of the original hardware in the space. Ornate capping mould and custom skirting boards finish the cabinetry beautifully making it feel as though it’s always been a part of the traditional 5 bedroom family home.
The symmetrical design is divided in the centre by a stepped out reading nook complete with solid tasmanian oak bookshelves to store the boys colourful collection of books. The storage drawers below offer the boys plenty of storage space for toys, board games and most importantly, their lego. As they grow, this storage can be repurposed for clothes, shoes and sports equipment.
The storage space behind the main wardrobe doors is divided into short height hanging sections (which can later be adapted to suit longer clothes), internal pull out drawers and 32mm thick shelving.