Congratulations if you’ve just collected the keys to your future home! Getting your new house is a new milestone achieved and you’re a step away from your ideal home. Renovation is a process that can be tedious but with professionals and specialists around in the market, it helps to lighten the burden to creating your haven.
OPSH®, as a pole system wardrobe and kitchen specialist, has helped many homeowners design and build their wardrobes and kitchens with practical storage space solutions. One of the common questions that homeowners have is how can they satisfy their desire to have a walk-in wardrobe somewhere in their house, be it master bedroom, bomb shelters or in a common room.
Here are some case studies of our clients’ walk-in wardrobe in their HDB flats.
1. OPSH® U-shaped Pole System Walk-in Wardrobe with sliding door in HDB Master Bedroom
Our client hacked down the common room to form a humongous master bedroom, leaving them with much space for the furniture and fittings they desire. Planning and designing OPSH® walk-in wardrobes with them made us realise that the U-shaped pole system walk-in wardrobe will cater to their requirements aptly.
With enough walking space in it, they are able to choose their clothes in a glance. Fearing that the clothes will get dusty with an open-concept walk-in wardrobe, we designed a grey tinted sliding door system at the entrance, in turn allowing the master bedroom to still look spacious.
2. OPSH® Open Concept Walk-in Wardrobe in HDB Master Bedroom
The entire length across the room towards the toilet could be transformed into an open concept OPSH® pole system walk-in wardrobe because of our system’s flexibility and clean look. Even though there is a window in front of the wardrobe, due to our carcass-free wardrobe system, clients can still make use of the storage space in front of the window, allowing light to enter as our pole system wardrobe does not seal up the window.
A lighter colour hue is used here as the clients wanted their master bedroom to be bright and cheery. A great combination of aluminium coloured poles and celtic ash coloured modules and accessories will suit our clients’ needs and requirements.
3. OPSH® Pole System Walk-in wardrobe in HDB common room for children
Yes, OPSH® pole system walk-in wardrobe is one of the favourites for parents because of the ability to transform over years.
Children will grow up and their needs and requirements for the wardrobe will vary. Instead of getting off-the-market types of wardrobes, clients who chose OPSH® pole system wardrobes are able to customise and maximise the storage usage from floor to ceiling. Not mentioning the sturdy build of OPSH® pole system wardrobes and the classy timeless design, clients chose us for the singular reason of being modular.
OPSH® pole system walk-in wardrobe for children are designed such that the clothes are in the reach of children at lower sections of the wardrobes and cater enough space for their clothes and toys alike.
OPSH® is always here years after years with our post-service to assure our clients that our system is one that is worth investing for themselves and especially so for their children. Should they wish to relocate, they may even do so. Who knows that 30 years down the road, when the children are getting married, they might still be using OPSH® their parents got for them just by simply reconfiguring their modules and accessories. Talk about legacy.
4. Walk-in wardrobe in HDB common room
If you have the extra room, why not transform it into a walk-in wardrobe?
OPSH® matt black poles and congo coloured modules and accessories is the colour scheme that many will pick nowadays as it is trendy yet classy. Placing OPSH® open-concept walk-in wardrobe in your study room not only allows you to have a huge walk-in wardrobe but also allows you to fully maximise the usage of the room.
We cannot stress enough just how modular and timeless our products are. Test it for yourselves because self-praise is no praise.
Now that we have gone through the case-studies of our pole system walk-in wardrobes in HDB, do you have a better idea on how you want to design one in your home?