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        Pants Rack

        The Trousers Rack is designed for use in the wardrobe to keep pants,trousers. Loading Bearing 30kgs

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        Wardrobe Basket & Tray

        Wardrobe Bedroom Chrome Wire Basket &Jewelry Tray with Velvet Grid with Aluminum Frame for Wardrobe

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        Wardrobe Lift & Rack

        The Pull Down Wardrobe Lift is an innovative and extremely handy design for the wardrobe

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        Wardrobe Mirror

        The Pull Out Pivoting Mirror is the perfect Wardrobe Interior Accessory For those who do not want mirrored Sliding Doors

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        Wardrobe Shoe Rack

        The shoes rack is to be fitted inside the wardrobe Full extension pull out frame provide easy and effective way of storing shoes

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        Ironing Board

        The Folding Ironing Board is a space saving and easy to install Perfect for anywhere in the house

      • Laundry Product

        The laundry hampers are to be fitted inside the wardrobe.Full extension pull out frame provide easy and effective way of storing the dirty clothes

      • Closet Hardware

        The smart closet hardware are used to hanging clothes for wardrobes cabinets or closet

      • Walk in closet

        Walk in closet provides you freedom to organize your spaces It consists of Aluminium Profiles and relating fastening elements

      • Wardrobe Safe

        Wardrobe hidden safe box Capacitive smart touching screen Zinc phosphated and antirust high quality power coated surface

      • Kitchen Basket

        Multi-function kitchen drawer basket for dishes.Chrome-plate with ball bearing slide.

      • Revolving Basket

        Strengthened Revolving Basket Material:Iron Finish:chrome-plate

      • Kitchen Larder Unit

        Multi-tier Kitchen Larder Unit Slide: normal ball bearing slide Material:iron Finish:chrome-plate

      • Magic Corner

        Slide:normal ball bearing slide Material:iron Finish:chrome-plate

      • Kitchen Lift Basket

        Material:iron Finish:chrome-plate Slide:normal ball bearing slide

      • Dish Rack

        Dual-tier Dish Rack with Draining Plate Material:stainless steel 201Type:free standing dish rack Dual-tier with draining plate

      • Drawer Slide

        Drawer Slide

        Good adjustment of gap when installing,quick separation mechanism,vibration prevention ball strip for absorbing impulsive force,and mechanism to prevent drawer from spring out

      • Door Hinge

        Door Hinge

        Make full use of liquid buffer, the buffer effect from an ideal muffler buffer hinge, even if force to close the door,door will be gently closed to ensure that the movement of the perfect and soft

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History of Wardrobe
Date:2013-07-26 View:176

In the United States, the wardrobe in its moveable form as an oak "hanging cupboard" dates back to the early 17th century. At that time it was an early export product from America to England, because English woodlands were over-harvested or reserved for the navy. Consequently, the item was sometimes referred to as an Oakley. For probably a hundred years, such pieces, massive and cumbrous in form, but often with well-carved fronts, were produced in moderate numbers; then the gradual diminution in the use of oak for cabinet-making produced a change of fashion in favor of the more plentiful American walnut. (Ironically, the virgin American forests became successively Oak, then Maple with successive deforestation episodes.)


Walnut succeeded oak as the favourite material for furniture, but hanging wardrobes in walnut appear to have been made very rarely, although clothes presses, with drawers and sliding trays, were frequent.


During a large portion of the 18th century the tallboy was much used for storing clothes.


Wardrobe size


A common feature was to base future size on the eight small men method. A considered good size double wardrobe would thus be able to hold within its capacity, eight small men.

A modern fitted wardrobe


In the nineteenth century the wardrobe began to develop into its modern form, with a hanging cupboard at each side, a press in the upper part of the central portion and drawers below. As a rule it was often of mahogany, but as satinwood and other hitherto scarce finely grained foreign woods began to be obtainable in considerable quantities, many elaborately and even magnificently inlaid wardrobes were made.


Where Chippendale and his school had carved, Sheraton, Hepplewhite and their contemporaries achieved their effects by the artistic employment of deftly contrasted and highly polished woods.


The penultimate step in the evolution of the wardrobe was taken when the central doors, which had previously enclosed merely the upper part, were carried to the floor, covering the drawers as well as the sliding shelves, and were often fitted with mirrors. In United Kingdom fitted wardrobes are highly on demand.