Nope, this is not my wardrobe but I must remember to have this discussion with our architect when when get to the Design Development stage of our project (which is where they design all the finer details of each room, including cabinetry.)
We live in a unit that is kitted out with the best kitchen appliances - double oven, coffee machine, warming drawer, microwave:
We have awesome views across the Brisbane River from each room:
|View from Living Room to the Regatta Hotel|
|View from the boys' bedroom|
But there is one major design flaw here, which became apparent on the day we moved in and has irritated us ever since. Have a look at our walk-in-robe:
The section for hanging shirts is a little too short! What were the designers/cabinet makers thinking? Isn't there a standard size or something?
So hubby is using the long hanging space to hang his work shirts (this section should be dedicated to things like dresses or coats.)
So all my dresses, etc are in one of the boy's bedrooms instead. How could they get this detail so wrong in a brand new executive-style apartment? I hope the robes in our new house are a little more functional.