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Mar-27-12

Oak Double Gents Wardrobe

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This large, modern Dalton Oak Double Gents Wardrobe offers stunning clean cut lines and an invigorating feel, perfect for any modern bedroom space. Tall, wide and extremely practical, this wardrobe is constructed in the ‘gents’ style, which means that the wardrobe benefits from a selection of drawers under the hanging space above. This wardrobe is unique in that it offers 3 surprisingly spacious drawers, 2 over 1, which is more than enough space for shoes, ties or any other items that require a little extra organisation. The sturdy doors benefit from a clipping mechanism to stop them from swinging open and internally there is a hanging rail.

The wonderful golden tones of the oak grain are protected and emphasised by a subtle layer of lacquer, which serves to guard the surface of the wood from any accidental knocks or dents. The wardrobe is delivered part assembled for your convenience, however, if you think you may require some help putting it together; do not forget to ask about our home assembly service. Do you love the warm contemporary tones of the Dalton Oak collection? There’s many more exciting products to explore, including a fine selection of chests and beds.

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Nov-18-10

The Benefits of Wardrobe Closet Furniture

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Wardrobe closet furniture or sometimes called an armoire has been used for centuries for storing clothing and household goods. Today most homes have walk-in and reach in closets as part of their design. However if you are seeking closet ideas that will increase your home or office storage you may want to consider purchasing or building wardrobe closet furniture.

In many older homes that have small bedrooms and little built in closet space the easiest and possibly the only solution to increasing storage space is to build or install free standing wardrobe closet furniture. Even if you have large modern walk in closets in your home the use of free standing wardrobe furniture will help you to organize your closet and make it more efficient. The problem with installing permanent shelves and clothes poles is just that “they are permanent”.

Modern wardrobe closet furniture is designed in just about every possible configuration you can imagine. There are many custom furniture manufactures that will build an armoire that will meet your needs. Closet furniture is constructed of wood, metal, canvas and cufflinks various man-made building materials. The size and intended use of each unit will determine what materials you are going to use.

One of the best features of free standing closet furniture is that it can be moved relatively easily. Canvas models can also be described as true portable closets where as large 8 foot tall and 6 foot wide designs are more or less permanent. Many models can be used within a walk in or reach in closet as well as used as a free standing armoire. These designs are just as easy to move as ordinary furniture and allow one to rearrange a closet or move it to a new home or office.

You also have the option to build a closet yourself. If you have good wood shop skills, use online design software and a source of building materials you could save yourself considerable money. In addition you will have the exact design that you need to solve your storage problems.

If you are not handy with tools you can use one of the many contractors and installers located on the Internet to help you develop good closet ideas. Many urban areas have quality furniture makers that will build you a complete set of bedroom furniture including wardrobe closet furniture. Frequently these craftsmen also have websites that will provide examples there craft to choose from. Top of the line wardrobe furniture can beautiful and frequently very pricey.

The bottom line is that using wardrobe closet furniture to furnish your home or business will increase storage capacity and organization.

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Jul-22-09

New Closet Organizing Biz Solves Wardrobe Malfunction

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File this under brilliant business ideas that should be spread across the world: No Wire Hangers has opened its doors to help you declutter your closet and make a difference in the world.

Professional organizers come into your home and help you sort your wardrobe into five piles: Donate, Sell, Keep, Fix, or Recycle. Pretty self-explanatory. They then use their connections to help you figure out how to make the most of what you’re keeping and find good homes for the rest.

They also provide advice about how to reduce junk mail, incorporate recycled products into your daily routine, and sign up for green power if that’s your thing.

Their services are currently available to Los Angeles customers only, but if anyone is looking for a good business opportunity, this has easy franchise potential! For more information, contact Julie Naylon at:officehomefurnitures@gmail.com Read the rest of this entry »

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Jul-22-09

Solid Wood Wardrobe by Team 7 – Valore sliding door wardrobes are ‘green’

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VALORE wardrobes by TEAM 7, the market leader in foshan cheung king furniture since 2004, combine the natural warmth of solid hardwood with contemporary elegance and formality. VALORE wardrobes are characterized by a refined mix of precious solid wood and the elegant high gloss sheen of glass. The VALORE sliding door wardrobe (above) excites with solid horizontal wood grain and color glass panels. Additionally, all wardrobes are available either with sliding, hinged or folding doors (or a combination) and in walk-in configurations in a multitude of dimensions. The inside of the wardrobes feature a selection of highly practical elements, like a shirt lift and retractable hanging pants element, drawers with tie compartments or glass front drawers for shirts, solid wood shelves or wood front drawers for the more messy people among us.

Finally, VALORE is a wardrobe that is as beautiful and precious as the clothes it will store and protect. Getting dressed is elevated to a new level of indulgence – no need to breathe in toxic chemicals off-gassing from glued veneers or particle boards commonly used by other manufactures. TEAM 7 only uses an all-natural, non-toxic oil and wax finish on the solid wood. No toxic glues, wood stains, lacquers or chemicals are used. No PVC plastic, MDF particle boards or formaldehyde are allowed. TEAM 7 uses only non-toxic and low VOC materials and is Third-Party certified as an environmentally friendly manufacturer.

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The bodies of the wardrobes are available in six solid kiln dried hardwoods (Walnut, Cherry, Oak, Beech, Core Beech and Alder). The wardrobe elements inside the wardrobes are made of solid Beech. All of TEAM 7s wood comes from reforested and sustainable managed European forests in accordance with the International Protection of Species Act.

TEAM 7 green, non-toxic furniture is distributed by Batinau Design Group and is available in showrooms nationwide. For product inquiries, please, contact: officehomefurnitures@gmail.com.

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Jul-22-09

Got a wardrobe crammed full of clothes but still nothing to wear

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When did you last open your wardrobe in the morning only to think: “I’ve got nothing to wear”?

Last week, I found myself in this predicament.

But unlike most mornings when I can’t find anything I fancy to wear, this time it was because there really was almost nothing in my wardrobe.

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Action woman: Alison Tyler took action over her tired wardrobe

I had enlisted the help of Elika Gibbs and her company Practical Princess to make-over my wardrobe: a service that would involve stripping my wardrobe of all the dead wood – old clothes, things that no longer fit or don’t flatter – but all much loved. Gibbs was ruthless.

“How can you find anything to wear if you don’t even know what’s in your wardrobe?” she said, as she cast a critical eye over the jumble sale arrangement of my cupboard.

“There are so many women who have great clothes, but they present them in this crazy manner.

“You would never have gorgeous food and just throw it on to a dirty plate, so why do people think they can treat their clothes like that?”

With a glittering client list that includes big names in fashion like Tamara Mellon and Melissa Odabash, Gibbs has carved a niche re-organising the wardrobes and lives of the rich, famous – and messy.

When she was here, one such client phoned, inviting her to hitch a ride on their private jet to go skiing for the weekend; another wanted to shop for a selfesteem boosting, post-baby wardrobe.

“Many of my clients have been through a life-change – perhaps their career has taken off, they’ve moved to the country or had children,” she said.

Some clients don’t even need to shop, she adds.

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Overhaul: Alison’s wardrobe has been totally revived

The process of re-hanging their clothes and re-inventing their outfits can be just as valuable.

I am chaotically messy.

But that’s not why I called in professional help. After two years of working from home and steadily gaining weight, I entered my 30s dressing much the way I had entered my 20s; rather scruffy.

Stuck in a style rut – often going for jeans, T-shirts and trainers – I wasn’t sure how to get out of it.

Fortunately, Gibbs was.

I want to be seen as a professional, yet creative, businesswoman. The process of

opening my wardrobe to a stranger was embarrassing and deeply personal – something I hadn’t been prepared for.

Blonde, glamorous and bossy, Gibbs is like a searingly honest sister who’s prepared to tell you what she really thinks you look like, not just what you want to hear.

Trembling with shame at the sight of her on her hand and knees wiping dust and grime out of the bottom of my cupboards, I apologised for my grubbiness.

“No one cleans their wardrobe, not even women with nine maids,” Gibbs reassured me. “I actually enjoy this.”

Gibbs set to work furiously purging my wardrobe.

“The wrap-dress is just – forget it,” she scorned, as three frocks joined the growing pile of wardrobe rejects.

She moved on to a flared white skirt I love.

“These were cool four years ago – we all wore them – but not now.”

Another one for the heap.

And then she picked up a zebraprint dress still bearing its price tag.

“That was a mistake,” I stammered, and then, as though to make up for it: “It was in the sale.”

Gibbs softens sympathetically. “Everyone’s done this, but that’s no reason to keep it in your wardrobe.

“Most women wear only 20 per cent of their wardrobe 80 per cent of the time.”

In fact, my wardrobe is full of impulse buys – sequin boleros, frou-frou dresses and party shoes – pieces I am keeping for the sake of it, not that I intended to wear.

I still have the dress I wore on my hen night, the outfit I graduated in and my favourite shoes I wore to death but can’t bear to throw away.

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But this is one of Gibbs’ main messages: be ruthless.

“There’s nothing wrong with keeping sentimental items, but if you’re not going to wear them, they shouldn’t be in your everyday wardrobe. Archive them,” she said.

I was shocked to be told that several of my clothes were “mumsy”, that many more looked “tired” and that half “did nothing for me”.

Flicking through my clothes she suddenly turned and asked if I had a ‘thing’ about my arms.

I do, but I hadn’t realised this was reflected in the clothes I’d bought.

“You shouldn’t worry, you’ve got great arms. One day you really will have bad arms, so you should show them off while they’re fabulous.”

Three hours later, having tried on every item of clothing I owned, the pile of clothes to throw out ran to five bin-bags and included my best coat, a top I bought just two weeks ago (that I had been complimented on by a friend only the day before) and 15 pairs of shoes.

My fashion radar had taken a battering.

But there was no time to argue or mourn my old clothes – we were about to hit the shops.

Elika was to help me select the perfect ‘capsule’ wardrobe. In order to build the perfect wardrobe, I had to go back to basics.

First on Elika’s list of musthaves was a pair of jeans.

We went straight to Donna Ida, a Chelsea boutique dedicated to designer jeans where customers can book an appointment and try on many different brands with advice from the effervescent owner.

“Jeans are one of the hardest things to buy, and yet we probably wear them more than all our other clothes, so getting the right pair is crucial,” said Donna.

Good jeans should be ones that you can dress up or dress down, and if you’re over 25 they shouldn’t be low-rise – which is where I was going wrong.

Elika gave me a pair of jeans that were a size smaller than I’d normally wear.

“If you can fit your hand into the waistband at the back, they’re too big.”

Half an hour and £178 later, I walked out with a pair of J Brand Bardot jeans, the most flattering on the market in Elika’s opinion.

She was right: my legs look longer, my bum smaller and my stomach flatter. They may be expensive, but I know I’ll wear them to death.

For basics, we went to Gap, where I bought a sleek pair of black skinny trousers, a cute summer day dress, two everyday Tshirts and a smarter navy top to go with the trousers, all for £90.

Marks & Spencer was the surprise hit of our shopping marathon.

“I take all of my clients to M&S, and I shop there myself,” says Elika.

“You can’t beat it for qualitycut basics and the Limited Collection and Autograph labels are strong.”

She chose a purple, one-shoulder, figure-hugging cocktail dress; very on trend, and a steal at £45.

Elika also earmarked a shape-skimming black mac, slouchy brown suede bag and some killer peep-toe shoe-boots.

We moved on to Reiss, where I tried on this season’s hot trend – a jumpsuit.

Black and silk, it was surprisingly wearable, and is a great alternative to party dresses.

I also picked up a pair of black mesh heels.

Elika taught me to try on things in several different sizes.

In French Connection, I bought an extra-large plum vest top, a medium poppy-red shirt dress and an extra-small chunky-knit cardigan.

In Topshop, we zoned in on the boutique section, where Elika found a Todd Lynn tuxedo jacket with quirky dropped pockets.

It made my scruffy jeans and T-shirt look much edgier.

I wore it that night when I met friends for drinks.

Not one person guessed it was from the High Street.

“Shoes and bags are where you should invest your money, for everything else the High Street is brilliant,” Elika said.

Back home, Elika replaced my hangers with her own slim-line ones so my new things hung at the same height.

She arranged my clothes by colour, folded every T-shirt and jumper, and took photos of my shoes and stuck them on the front of shoe drawers so I could find them easily.

She also lined my shelves with scented drawer liners. Even my underwear was folded and put into zig-zag drawer dividers.

“If you can find things easily, you are much less likely to have one of those “I’ve got nothing to wear” meltdowns in the morning,” she said.

“It’s all about organisation.”

I may not have many clothes left, but I can definitely say that I wear 100 per cent of my wardrobe.

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Jul-22-09

Close Up Your Clothes with the Compact Wardrobe

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If space is as a premium, take a look at designer Naomi Dean s compact wardrobe, which has a two-piece split design that telescopes into itself, saving lots of space. Pull on the handle in front and there’s a drawer in the bottom, shelf space in the middle and also behind the door, and a telescoping rack on which to hang your clothes on top.

Not only is it efficient, it’s put together with fine craftsmanship. There’s good reason why Dean’s design was the hit of the Milan Furniture Fair 2009 and the Birmingham Furniture Show.

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