Types of Wardrobe

Modern wardrobe categories that serve a functional and personalised purpose.
Sliding Wardrobe
Sliding Wardrobe

Experience both style and functionality with our Sliding Wardrobes, offering a sleek and space-saving solution for modern living. Effortlessly combining design finesse and practicality, these wardrobes provide easy access to your belongings.

Fitted Wardrobe
Fitted Wardrobe

A Fitted Wardrobe seamlessly integrates into your space, maximizing every inch with a tailored design that complements your room’s aesthetics. Customized to fit the dimensions of your space precisely, it offers a sleek and organized storage solution.

Open Wardrobe
Open Wardrobe

An Open Wardrobe brings a trendy and accessible storage solution, showcasing your clothing and accessories in an effortlessly chic manner. With no doors, it adds a modern touch to your space, making your wardrobe a stylish part of the room’s decor.

Hinged Door Wardrobe
Hinged Door Wardrobe

Hinged doors on wardrobes make them more visible from the outside. A Hinged Door Wardrobe combines classic design with functionality, offering a traditional yet practical storage solution. Easy to access and versatile, it seamlessly blends into your room.

Walkin Wardrobe
Walkin Wardrobe

A Walk-in Wardrobe transforms your storage into a luxurious dressing area, offering ample space and easy access to your entire wardrobe. This spacious and customizable solution provides a stylish and organized haven for your clothes, shoes, and accessories.

Floor-to-Ceiling Wardrobe
Floor-to-Ceiling Wardrobe

A Floor-to-Ceiling Wardrobe maximizes vertical space, providing extensive storage from floor level to the ceiling. This seamless design not only enhances storage capacity but also adds a sophisticated and visually impactful element to your room.

Wardrobe Design Themes

DFrom contemporary to traditional, these inspiring wardrobe themes will create a cohesive space.

Comparison Between Sliding, Floor-to-Ceiling And Hinged Wardrobes




Sliding wardrobes provide enough storage space by adding elements like shelving and baskets.


Floor-to-ceiling wardrobes employ the entire available space on the wall for maximum storage.


Hinged wardrobes offer decent storage space, depending on the depth available.



Although the cost of a wardrobe depends on factors like size, material, accessories, and labour cost, a sliding wardrobe is comparatively more expensive.

Although the cost of a wardrobe depends on factors like size, material, accessories, and labour cost, floor-to-ceiling wardrobes are less expensive than sliding wardrobes.

Although the cost of a wardrobe depends on factors like size, material, accessories, and labour, hinged wardrobes are usually the most inexpensive.



Sliding wardrobes have limited visibility and are expensive in nature.

Unless the ceilings are low or you are tall, reaching the top shelves is a strenuous task.

Since they swing outwards when opened, hinged wardrobes take up extra floor space.



Sliding wardrobes fit even in the most compact spaces while creating an illusion of a bigger space.

Floor-to-ceiling wardrobes make the best use of the available space, maximise storage and create clean lines.

Hinged wardrobes provide the best visibility as they swing wide open and are easy to maintain.

Core Material Used in Modular Wardrobe

Design your wardrobe with inspiring themes that match your home’s aesthetic, whether modern, contemporary, or traditional.
MR Plywood

Moisture-resistant plywood is strong, dense, and fold-resistant, making it ideal for enhancing interiors.

BWP Plywood

BWP plywood is the best material for wardrobes due to its high water resistance, durability, flexibility, and strength to withstand different weather conditions.

BWR Plywood

BWR Plywood, made with phenolic resins, is waterproof and eco-friendly. It’s commonly used in home and office furnishing due to its cost-effectiveness, pest resistance, and durability.


HDHMR plywood is a water-resistant wardrobe material made with a uniform construction process that increases durability and affordability.

Modular Wardrobe Material Comparison



Partical Board

Particle board is formed from compressed wood chips, sawdust particles and resins together.


Medium-Density-Fibreboard fabricated from wood fibres and resins.


The engineered material is made of thin layers of wood veneer glued together.


HDHMR is uniquely crafted using the latest technology by compressing wood fibres and forest wood waste under high pressure.



Low-quality and appearance

Smooth finish

Solid wood appearance and attractive look

Boasts smooth and glossy finish



Fragile and cannot withstan heavy loads

Highly durable

Enduring and sturdy than MDF and Particleboard

Highly dense and more resilient than any other material



Cheapest among all.

More economical than plywood and HDF

Expensive yet valuable.

Expensive yet versatile and durable



Exposed to moisture damage

Less susceptible to damages

More resistance to moisture damage and scratches

High-moisture resistance, effectively used for wardrobe interiors.



Suitable for readymade furniture

Easy to cut in varied designs and styles

Rigid in Design

Hard-wearing and difficult-to-craft complex shapes

Modern Wardrobe Design

Skillfully crafted wardrobes result in an effective, organised, and hustle-free domain.

Modular Wardrobe vs Carpentry Wardrobe



Modular Wardrobe

Modular wardrobes are made as per the industry standards resulting in lesser flexibility.

Carpentry Wardrobe

Carpentry wardrobes offer greater flexibility and can be customised according to personal style.



The production quality can go unchecked as modular wardrobes are mass-produced.

Carpentry wardrobes allow one to keep a detailed eye on the quality and production.



Modular wardrobes are less adaptive in nature as they cannot fit every allotted size or space.

Carpentry wardrobes can be designed as per the available space, dimensions, and desired size.



Modular wardrobes are cheaper than customised ones as they are built in large numbers.

Carpentry wardrobes are more expensive as they are tailored to one’s specifications.



Modular wardrobes are less user-friendly and durable than custom-made furniture.

Carpentry wardrobes offer greater flexibility and can be customised according to personal style.