Yes, you can certainly have your wardrobe extend all the way to the ceiling. This type of design is often referred to as a floor-to-ceiling wardrobe or a full-height wardrobe. There are several advantages to this design choice:
Additionally, working with a professional designer or wardrobe manufacturer like Hill and Hurl fitted wardrobes London can help ensure that the wardrobe is structurally sound, especially if it spans a significant height. They can also assist in creating a design that maximizes both storage and aesthetic considerations.
"Yes, we specialize in crafting custom kitchens throughout London and they are tailored to your unique preferences and needs. Our skilled team of joiners is dedicated to creating high-quality, bespoke kitchen solutions. From the initial design phase to the meticulous craftsmanship during construction, we focus on delivering functional and aesthetically pleasing kitchens that stand the test of time. If you're envisioning a custom kitchen that reflects your style and maximizes functionality, we'd be delighted to discuss your project in more detail and explore how we can bring your vision to life."
Dealing with wonky or uneven walls when installing fitted furniture requires careful planning and execution to ensure a seamless and stable result. Here are some strategies:
1. Accurate Measurements:
By combining these strategies and working with professionals experienced in dealing with uneven surfaces, you can achieve fitted furniture that not only fits seamlessly but also enhances the aesthetics of your space.
The cost of fitted wardrobes can vary widely depending on various factors such as the size, design complexity, materials used, and whether the wardrobe is custom-made or purchased from a ready-made range. Additionally, labor costs for installation may also contribute to the overall expense. Here are some general guidelines to give you an idea of the potential costs involved:
Like anything Hill and Hurl are here to answer any questions you may have around pricing and options for your project
The perfectmat, is a finished laminated board, and so is available in set colour choices, and so has no need to paint it. If you wanted a modern painted wardrobe you would select our 'Contemporary' option
We cover all of Greater London and the surrounding counties, and have done jobs as far as Newcastle in the past. Distance is job specific. We can also make cabinets to be fitted by joiners or fitters close to your area, we would deliver all the pieces and hardware and drawings, and you book a competent wardrobe fitter, much like you would if you bought an off shelf kitchen, and have them fit it.
The installation of a fitted wardrobe involves several steps to ensure a precise fit and a seamless integration into the designated space. Here is a general overview of the installation process for our London fitted wardrobes and alcove cupboards:
1. Design and Measurement:
We use Concealed cabinet hinges on our London fitted wardrobes, also known as European hinges or cup hinges, these are a type of hinge commonly used in cabinet doors. These hinges are designed to be hidden from view when the cabinet door is closed, providing a clean and streamlined appearance. Here are some key features and aspects of concealed cabinet hinges:
Trusting a building firm or joinery contractor is a crucial aspect of any construction or renovation project. While we cannot provide specific information about a particular company, I can offer some general guidance on how to evaluate and build trust with a building firm and what to look out for:
Hill and Hurl are always happy to quote and compare quotes against other companies for like to like fitted furniture, custom cabinets and bespoke wardrobe products. As specialists in wardrobes and cabinet making across London, we have dealt with building firms, contractors and manufacturers and have experienced every aspect of a build from start to finish. We can recommend and help with a lot of decisions in regards to your project
Our Fitted wardrobes are manufactured using a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine, which is a highly automated and precise tool for cutting and shaping materials. Here's a general overview of how or London fitted wardrobes are made using a CNC machine: