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Walk-in wardrobes featuring solid Melamine are custom designed by Wardrobes Plus save space, reduce clutter and streamline storage

Space-saving custom storage solutions from Wardrobes Plus

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Renovation projects are most often about improving functionality and organisation in the home, and this is just as important for your bedroom as it is for the kitchen and living spaces.

A well-organised wardrobe reduces clutter, maximises space and saves you time at the start and end of the day. Putting a little order into your clothing, shoes and accessory storage is also very calming, says Wardrobes Plus designer Melanie Jones.

"The difference that good storage can make to everyday living is often underestimated," Jones says. "Space is at a premium in most homes, and clients are always telling us they wished they had sorted their storage earlier."

Wardrobes Plus recognises that every household's needs are different, which is why the company specialises in custom storage solutions.

"Every wardrobe must be fit for purpose to meet our clients' specific needs," says Jones. "And because we are passionate about our business, we handle every step of the process, from design right through to manufacture and installation. We have a committed team working on each project from start to finish."

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The majority of products manufactured by Wardrobes Plus are made from solid Melamine, and feature high-quality German and American fittings and door systems that are made to last.

The company is a member of the Homeplus franchise network, with products available nationally through selected franchise stores.

For more information, or details of your nearest franchise store, contact Wardrobes Plus, 9A Kellow Place, Wiri, Auckland 2104, phone (09) 262 0400, fax (09) 262 2410. Email: sales@wardrobesplus.co.nz. Alternatively, visit the website:www.wardrobesplus.co.nz

First published date: 24 November 2014

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