Enjoy the Flexibility of A 3 Door Wardrobe

For some people the option of a large wardrobe that is not fixed within the room is an important factor in providing themselves with enough storage space in the bedroom. Wardrobe furniture is one of those bedroom items that provide many options in the attempt to obtain the maximum amount of storage space within the most compact piece of furniture possible.

There are many different types of wardrobes that can give you the storage that you require but the wardrobe that you can be sure will provide a clearly defined interior layout is a 3 door wardrobe.

You can take a look at some of the examples of a typical 3 door wardrobe but essentially what you should be looking for is a bedroom wardrobe that contains a set of double doors on one side that open up to reveal enough hanging space to store a substantial amount of clothes. On the other side behind the third door you are likely to find a set of shelves in which you will be able to store folded clothes. Underneath the main double doors you might either find a set of drawers for more storage or perhaps shoe storage, depending on the way the wardrobe has been designed.

Wooden 3 Door WardrobeAn alternative set up for this kind of unit is to provide hanging space in the single section of the unit with added shelving space in the double door section. Whichever option you take you are ensuring that you have a flexible piece of furniture that can be adjusted to cater to your specific needs.

By setting up a 3 door wardrobe in such a way you are ensuring that there will be defined spots for each different kind of clothing creating a strong order to your wardrobe storage.

By its very nature a 3 door wardrobe is going to be a large piece of furniture. This requires some careful planning when you go out to buy one. The ability to get the wardrobe through the front door is going to have to be a consideration because if it is too large to manoeuvre into the room it is going to provide some serious issues. One thing you don’t want to have to do is dismantle your new wardrobe on the front veranda.

Your option to get around this particular potential problem is to buy a 3 door wardrobe in flat pack format and assemble it yourself. This is going to be a cheaper option of buying a pre-assembled wardrobe and the assembly is usually quite simple.

3 Door Wardrobe With MirrorAs with other types of wardrobes, 3 door wardrobes are available in a wide variety of wood types starting with pine and running through to the budget choice of melamine. Practicality is an important consideration when buying a 3 door wardrobe too. By increasing the number of doors on the wardrobe you are increasing the complexity of the unit. 3 doors to swing open into the room is going to require a little bit of room in front of the unit.

A nice feature to think about is the 3 door mirror that includes a fitted mirror in the centre as one of the doors. This provides a significant increase in functionality that helps to make the wardrobe an even more useful addition to the bedroom.

Plain or decorative, with mirror or without the 3 door wardrobe is an example of one of the ways in which you can maximize your wardrobe storage without having to take up too much space in the bedroom.

You can expect to be able to buy these wardrobes as pine wardrobes,  an oak wardrobe, an antique wardrobe, a mirror wardrobe, a Mission wardrobe, a cherry wardrobe, mahogany wardrobes, an antique french wardrobe, a wicker wardrobe or maple wardrobes.

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| June 7th, 2010 | Posted in Wardrobe Furniture |

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