Step 2: Select your colour scheme
The ideal colour scheme for your wardrobe layout should suit the size and shape of your room. To take the time and stress out of the colour selection process, we have chosen three colour schemes for your built-in wardrobe. Problem solved.
Built-in: Light Tone
Providing an elegant seamless storage solution in any number of configurations, this style of wardrobe suits spaces of all shapes and sizes. Created in warm white with oak-look accessories makes for a clean and modern look with real longevity.
Light oak and warm white combine for a fresh, clean and contemporary look.
Add interest to a neutral scheme with textural detailing. Create contrast by edging Warm White doors with Refined Oak to highlight its contrasting coloured inner cabinetry. Purpose-built storage creates a tidy streamlined look, and when finished in white and light wood, makes a space feel larger than it is.
Built-in: Mid Tone
Rich woodgrain throughout provides a calming, yet polished feel
Create a high-end look to your space using rich Autumn Oak wardrobe doors that when opened, reveal matching coloured interiors. Paint adjoining walls crisp white to accentuate oak-like finishes and contemporary circular pulls.
Built-in: Dark Tone
Sophisticated darker tones create a feeling of modern luxury
When used on a large-scale, dark oak textures create impact. The moody colour palette provides a sense of calm that is perfect for a bedroom. To complete the space, carry the oak used on your doors through to the cabinetry interior. Then select flooring in a similar tone for added warmth, and black linear handles for a sleek finish.