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Highbury HillContemporary Wardrobe, London

This is an example of a contemporary gender neutral wardrobe in London with open cabinets, white cabinets and light hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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yellowalexis84yellowalexis84 wrote:13 January 2022

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    A built-in window seat has storage underneath. “It’s a great place to sit,” says Walker. “It looks east and the sun blazes in through the window in the mornings.” The window can tilt or swing open.Walker didn’t fit doors to the hanging space tucked into the eaves. “Once we’d put in the floor and the insulation in the ceiling, this all sandwiched-down on the head height. I’m 6ft and would have been crouching to open a door. It seemed a bit of a faff.” Leaving doors off also increases the sense of space, as the floor stretching into the eaves can be seen.

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    Wardrobe into the low side of the roof

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