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Walk in robes we love

Walk in robes we love

While many of us are preparing for an annual spring clean and cull this first weekend of September, these lucky homeowners have more than enough storage space to postpone for a little while longer. 

Glamour and storage are not usually two words you would associate with one another. However, as we explore some of Canberra’s most spacious and unique wardrobes you may reconsider.

With many of us spending more time at home recently, attention has turned towards creating living spaces which are both appealing and adaptable enough to be in from sunrise to sunset. The key element in achieving this balance is adequate storage in every room of a home. After all, it is not easy converting your dining room into an office space or classroom and back again! With that in mind, we now look at the concept of wardrobes with newfound admiration and appreciate the impact well-organised storage can have on day-to-day life. 

From hidden and practical solutions to high design and luxury finishes, we will explore them all. Who knows, maybe you will walk away with some inspiration or just major wardrobe envy. 

51 National Circuit, Forrest
Dark cabinetry and mood lighting creates a sophisticated space. 



30 Lakeview Gardens, Jerrabomberra
Double trouble with his and hers walk-ins.  


76 Arthur Circle, Forrest
Open and airy in Arthur Circle. 



6 Bennie Street, Macgregor
A functional floor to ceiling feature. 



64 Wyndham Avenue, Denman Prospect
Not only a walk-in robe but a walk-in butler’s pantry to match. 

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