The Purple Rose of Cairo contemporary-wardrobe
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The Purple Rose of Cairo Contemporary Wardrobe, Melbourne

Tom Ross of Brilliant Creek (www.brilliantcreek.com)
URL
http://archarch.com.au/
Small contemporary men's built-in wardrobe in Melbourne with open cabinets, medium wood cabinets and medium hardwood floors. — Houzz

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Joanna Tovia added this to Empty Nester: What to Do When the Kids Leave Home
Cull and corral their gear If your kids assume nothing will have changed the next time they come home to visit, they might be in for a surprise. If encouraging them to get rid of all the things they’ve left behind is not really working, insist they keep only what they truly want and condense it into one small area of the house or storage area.
Joanna Tovia added this to Houzz Tour: Quality Over Quantity Rules Iconic Melbourne Apartment
The team at Architecture Architecture custom-designed the joinery.
Laura Gaskill added this to 9 Genius Clothes Storage Hacks
Design idea: Ceiling-mounted curtain track.Why: Hide a wall of clothing storage with the sweep of a curtain; a great solution for studio apartments and other small spaces.How: Hang ceiling-mounted curtain tracks along the length of your wardrobe storage wall. Planning tip: Measure carefully before ordering curtains to ensure they are long enough to reach from ceiling to floor – you can always have them hemmed a bit shorter, but if they are too short, there’s not much you can do.Cost: $5 to $50 for a ceiling-mounted curtain track, plus the cost of the curtains.
Jenny Drew added this to 14 Spaces That Prove There's Always Room for Books
6. In the wardrobeAs anyone who has lived in a small space knows, finding room for all your possessions can be tricky. But don’t despair; use storage space that has been allocated to other items, such as your clothes. Here, a wardrobe does double-duty as a bookshelf.
Rebecca Gross added this to 13 Design Tips to Make Compact Apartments Work
1. Built-in robeBuilt-ins are key to compact living, especially well-organised built-in wardrobes. This one provides shelving, drawers, clothes rails and space for shoes. Plus, a curtain can be drawn to hide it all away.
Spacesmiths added this to 9 Ideas for Closets That Won't be Hidden Away
You can play with this look in a modern apartment too, with open hanging and shelves for your best looking shirts and shoes, and a collection of drawers for the boring stuff.BEST FIT: This will work for people who love to colour block – or at least keep things tidy.

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Tracey Naidoo added this to TN Wardrobes
We also love how the owner has dispensed with cupboard doors and opted for a cosy curtain instead…

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