Wardrobe Finish | PlanMyInterior

Why think of a wardrobe as just for the storage purpose? Its design, colors and external finishes add up a great deal to the overall décor of the bedroom. There are many options out there for the wardrobe finish, with each finish bringing its distinct texture and appearance. So, here is the guide to the most popular surface finishes that should make choosing a little easier.


Veneer is always widely used as an external wardrobe finish because they have the ability to impart a look that is both the modern and traditional. Veneers are made from the thin layers of the natural wood and are available in the wide range of design that adds an element of warmth, richness, and elegance to space. Veneers require regular maintenance, as they are much more prone to show up the scratches. To retain the shine of the surface, it is even important to re-polish the wardrobe on a regular basis.


Laminates are most commonly used in the wardrobe design for the bedrooms as they have the great qualities such as the high durability, water-resistance, cost-effective, and even the low maintenance, besides being easy to clean. There are many wide ranges of options to choose from, in terms of the colors, design, finishes which includes the textured, high-gloss, and matte finishes. The largest drawback of a laminate is that it is brittle, prone to chipping and cannot be repaired once damaged.


How and what about fixing mirrors onto the wardrobe doors? The Mirror wardrobe finish is an amazing and attractive way to visually increase the size of the room and also add to the illusion of the space.


Bring in the sense of the lightness with the glass sections in the wardrobe door panels instead of a going for the conventional solid door panels. The straight lines and the glossy finish of the glass give a much sleeker and modern look. One can even choose from the tinted, frosted, lacquered and plain glass. As it is easy to lean, low on maintenance and can even be installed easily.


Make a bold statement with the faux leather or leather or the vinyl panels on the doors of the wardrobe. The introduction of a leather finish is a great way to add the style and warmth by softening the sharp edges and corners of the wardrobes. Consider the same material for the headboard to weave together the design features of your boudoir.


The metal which was also known by the name as lohe ki Almari, the metal wardrobe remains an old favorite of ours, does not it? In its modern avatar, metal is a great way to give a bold industrial look to your room.

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