Our process at Jacob Roberts ensures that all the way throughout your room transformation, you are able to fully visualise your space through materials we provide such as drawings, renders, and actual pictures. This not only benefits you to be confident in the space we are designing you, but it provides clarity on our part as to what you would like as our client. This is one of many strengths we have in comparison to other fitted furniture retailers who don’t provide a full-colour images of the final wardrobe design.
There has never been a better time to get your clothes in order. With an abundance of storage solutions, wardrobes are no longer just a place to hang your clothes. Whether you want something freestanding, full height or built to fit an obscure shaped room or sloped ceiling, we can design & install you something perfect for your space, with all the internals you need to give every item the home it deserves.
Traditional doors | Sliding doors | Mirrored doors | Built-in drawers | Shoe storage | Pull-down clothes rails | Feature lighting
If you have an existing wardrobe space or alcove and require some help organising it, we can also manufacture and install bespoke shelving, clothes rails or drawer units to perfectly fit the space.
A Fitted Wardrobe Project Completed in Clifton. (Above)
This fun project met all of our clients’ lifestyle requirements. We solved the clients common problem of an awkward box-in from the stairs by providing made-to-measure units, which fits their whole wall space. Resulting in a seamless appearance, as well as incorporating space saving solutions.
What choice of door styles and colours do you offer?
We can install sliding doors on soft close mechanisms, standard doors, or stylish open fronted wardrobes if you want a design-led dressing room. Because we have our own factory we can achieve any look you may desire. Once we have designed the layout of the wardrobes you can select your finishes from our wide range of door styles, colours and handles.
What is the difference between a fully fitted wardrobe and a front-frame wardrobe?
A fully fitted wardrobe will have full carcass units, each with their own back and sides. A front frame wardrobe will not have any back or sides, and instead the wardrobe will be fitted directly to the walls. This means that you can maximise the storage potential of the space (ideal for angled ceilings), but the trade off is that you will see the walls to the rear and side so you may need to re-decorate before installation.
What internal storage will my wardrobe come with?
Most commonly our clients ask us to install adjustable shelving, drawer units and hanging rails, but if you have a specific storage component in mind then we can easily adapt the layout to suit your needs.
Do you do matching dressing tables?
Yes, and these are a great way to fill a space under a window if you have a slanted ceiling, for example in a loft conversion or on the top floor of a townhouse. We can install drawers for your lotions and potions, power sockets for your hairdryers and illuminated mirrors for your make-up station too.
I’d really like some lights in my wardrobe… Consider it done!
Whether you want an internal light that turns on when the door opens, or spotlights above each door for some ambience, we can install something which will perfectly suit your room. With a team of professional trades at our side, we can also carry out any necessary electrical works that may be required in order to run cables to the wardrobe or dressing table area and any decorating that may be required if you would like to revamp your room at the same time.
Do you install the wardrobes on top of carpet?
We will install our wardrobes onto hard flooring, so if your room is carpeted we will simply roll the carpet back and then it can be refitted neatly in line with the new layout – your quotation will include the refitting of the carpets upon completion.