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Bolingbroke GroveContemporary Bedroom, London

Design ideas for a contemporary bedroom in London with feature lighting. —  Houzz
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kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 6 Ways to Design a Beautiful Bedroom Suite24 February 2021

Fashion a secret ‘wardrobe’When is a wardrobe not a wardrobe? When it’s an en suite bathroom, of course!This sleek suite, designed by Quartet Architecture, features a clever design trick seen in a few projects across Houzz. The entrance to the en suite is disguised within a bank of wardrobe doors, giving the finish a seamless quality, as the whole wall of cabinetry almost disappears. Step through the ‘wardrobe’, however, and you’re in a spacious bathroom.

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to How to Achieve ‘Barely There’ Bedroom Storage7 May 2020

Disguise a doorHere, Quartet Architecture has taken the idea a step further.This clever set-up allows for a bank of chic storage around the entrance to the en suite bathroom. Flat-fronted doors lend a minimal, contemporary air to the system.

lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to Hidden Storage Ploys That Will Make Your Bedroom Feel Bigger14 November 2017

Build it around a doorWalls with doors on them tend to be dismissed when considering potential storage areas, but if you build the wardrobes up and over the door cavity, you can get lots of capacity. Also, if you choose the right fittings, it won’t be visually intrusive, which will heighten the sense of space. Which wardrobe doors to fit? Choose flush, push-click doors in a colour that tones with the other three walls in your room to blend them away.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Should You Consider a White Wardrobe in Your Bedroom?24 July 2017

Frame the doorwayMake the most of the light airiness of white by covering a whole wall with white wardrobes. Here, they’ve built a thicker dividing wall between the two rooms to incorporate cupboards. The designers have used all the space and have even included smaller cabinets above the doorway. In a darker colour this might have looked imposing, but the white doesn’t invade the space at all.

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Laura Wheat added this to Think You Haven’t Got Space for a Walk-in Wardrobe?4 April 2016

Reframe a doorwayOn a similar theme, this ingenious set-up allows for a bank of chic storage around the entrance to the en suite bathroom, in which you could potentially house a cocktail chair and a full-length mirror, allowing you to take clothes through for dressing. Flat-fronted doors lend a minimal, contemporary air to the system, avoiding undesirable comparisons with the fitted wardrobes of the 1980s.

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Anna Tobin added this to 10 Different Ideas for Internal Doors14 December 2015

Take the Narnia approachDiscreet doors are particularly effective as entrances into en suite bathrooms or dressing rooms in the bedroom. Here, what appears to be a wardrobe door actually opens into the bathroom beyond.Explore more gorgeous white bedrooms

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Anjali added this to Walk In Closet4 August 2022

Reframe a doorway On a similar theme, this ingenious set-up allows for a bank of chic storage around the entrance to the en suite bathroom, in which you could potentially house a cocktail chair and a full-length mirror, allowing you to take clothes through for dressing. Flat-fronted doors lend a minimal, contemporary air to the system, avoiding undesirable comparisons with the fitted wardrobes of the 1980

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HU-768576009 added this to webuser_768576009's ideas18 April 2022

Two doors fold back to depth of wardrobe

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