Wardrobe designs in Kenya has evolved such that we have inbuilt and portable designs. Kitchens and wardrobe designs in Naivas, Tuskys and Jumia have become very common. In this post we bring to you the best wooden wardrobes designs in Kenya.
The wardrobe is one of the essentials of furnishing a bedroom, it is often the first piece of furniture that you think, after the bed, when you set up a room, whether it’s a nursery or a master bedroom.
The wardrobe, the ideal storage for a bedroom
Miniature version of the dream dressing room that we would all like to have in his room or XXL version of the dresser, the wardrobe is a much cheaper alternative to the classic dressing room, while remaining also design. Especially since there is often a family side associated with the wardrobe in Kenya. To whom the wooden wardrobe in its most rustic version does not recall memories of country childhood or a holiday home? The wardrobe can make us think of the countryside, remind us of the linen that smells good lavender and beautiful old tablecloths.
Why opt for a wardrobe?
In any case, you can’t do without a cupboard. To store your bed linen or clothes is a storage that is both essential and timeless. The old cabinets were usually quite imposing furniture, but today it is very easy to find a practical wardrobe without taking up too much space, the wood used being much thinner and painted in shades more sober than the dark color of natural wood, like that of the cabinets that were once found in holiday homes.
What style for the wardrobe?
But like any iconic piece of furniture, the cabinet isn’t limited to its first style. It modernizes and follows design trends like bedside tables and headboards. Moreover, Nairobi interior designers have fun revisiting this essential of furnishings to make a contemporary piece of furniture, inspired by multiple influences: ethnic, vintage, rustic-chic or deeply modern, the cabinets adapt to all styles as well as all materials, ranging from wood to metal. For more practicality, the cabinet can be equipped with niches, drawers and even a closet. A range of choices that allows optimal optimization of the bedroom.
Natural Wooden wardrobes in Nairobi
A cabinet in acacia
A white wardrobe
A green cabinet
A natural wood cabinet
A narrow wardrobe
A metal cabinet
A sliding-door wardrobe in Kenya
An oak cabinet
A pine cabinet
A solid oak cabinet
A wardrobe with curtains
A flase of swinging doors
A vintage wardrobe
Let’s face it! We don’t particularly like a small room. We all want our rooms to be large and spacious, offering all the room we need for beautiful furniture and decorations. Unfortunately, the facilities do not always allow us to have the space we want and we have to be content with the little space we have.
In truth, a small room can actually be a good thing! Lack of space requires a focus on design, which in turn can generate truly beautiful and functional spaces.
If you want to build a small room, we encourage you to take a look at these 10 small bedroom design ideas, and that you can take advantage of these tips.
1. ATTRACTING THE EYE
In a small room in length, you have to find ways to create visual excitement. Here you will see how the blue wall above the bed totally catches the eye.
2. BUILT-IN FURNITURE
Looking to get the largest storage space possible in the smallest rooms? So just say that built-in furniture is going to be your friends.
3. HANGING CABINETS
If you don’t want to cover your walls with built-in elements, you might opt for this trick. Hanging cabinets keep floor space while providing you with the storage you need.
4. A SOFA BED
For a small guest room or even a nursery, the sofa bed is convenient. Also, the corner desk in this small room is also ingenious.
Here is another example of setting up a small room that uses a sofa bed. However, here a lot of storage were included both above and below the bed!
5. A FOOT OF BED
We love how these owners put a large chest at the foot of the bed! It offers storage and a place to display books!
6. A ATTIC ROOM
Adding a room in the attic can be a great way to enlarge the space. We love this attic room which uses two twin beds on either side of a flapping window. Perfect for guests!
7. A BUNK BED
Want a guest room that can accommodate two people, but there is not enough room for two beds? Why don’t you do something like this?
8. A SMALL FUNCTIONAL SPACE
This small child’s room makes the most of the space allocated. The location of the furniture, which ranges from a desk to shelves and then to a bunk bed is perfect!
9. A CORNER BED
Do you want to install a larger bed in a small room space? All you have to do is push this bed around and the case is resolved!
Looking to offer a design to a small bedroom? So the wallpaper on a wall is the best recommendation. You have to see it to believe it!