George has a keen eye for detail and a passion for functionality. A true expert in furniture, selecting the very best pieces to compliment your child’s bedroom. From bedsides to chests to wardrobes, bookcases and desks. He is a stickler for storage solutions and keeping bedrooms tidy. A true Arsenal fan and a top gamer, his introduction of the gaming desks has been really popular with teens.
Wardrobes offer a magnificent amount of storage. Whether double wardrobes or triple wardrobes, tall wardrobes, low or short wardrobes, some with shelves, some combined with extra shelving storage and others with integrated drawers.
Types Of Wardrobes For Your Child
In a range of styles, finishes, colours, sizes and formats, you and your child will find the perfect one to suit their bedroom space and growing needs. We have traditional, contemporary, Scandinavian and locker style designs. All hand-picked to ensure we have something for everyone.
A low wardrobe is good for younger children because it gives them a sense of independence as they will be able to open and close their wardrobe and access their clothes by themself. Some low or short wardrobes are designed to fit underneath a high sleeper bed frame and are offered as part of a bedroom collection. Take a look at our Stompa UNO S Collection.
Tall wardrobes are the traditional, standard design that offer a full hanging space and may also include integrated drawers and additional shelving.
Most wardrobes have a great hanging space and may be combined with additional drawer storage. Some European designs consist solely of shelf storage as this is very popular on the continent. This style is great for teens as the shelves can be used for folded clothes like jeans, jumpers, t-shirts and footwear.
The beauty of a triple wardrobe is that it can offer the best of both worlds comprising both hanging and shelving storage. Often is is accompanied with drawers underneath for more storage!
Many wardrobes come as part of a bedroom collection, so it’s possible for you to match the furniture in your child’s room to achieve a more uniform look if you desire.
Take a look at our wardrobe collection to see what designs and configurations are available.
What safety issues should I consider?
- Regularly check that the wardrobe is fully functional and all parts and fittings are secure, in particular that the hanging rail is secure.
- Please do not use substitute parts that are not designed for use with the wardrobe. Always contact our support team for replacement parts.
- Please take care that fingers don’t get trapped in doors or drawers. It’s always a good idea to teach your little one to safely open and close their drawers and cupboards.
- Safety is very important and we advise that you secure your wardrobe to the wall to prevent the product from tipping forwards. You will need to obtain and use fixing devices that are suitable for the walls in your home. Speak to your local DIY store if you are unsure of what fixings to use and seek their advice.