The client was a teenage girl who loved clothing and accessories and used a wheelchair for mobility. Her parents had built a purpose-built home with accessibility in mind and wanted to create a Walk-in Wardrobe that was also accessible for their daughter. They faced the challenge of finding a bespoke solution that would meet their daughter’s specific needs and requirements.
The challenge for Fusion Robes Belfast was to design a bespoke wardrobe that was fully accessible for the client’s daughter. They needed to consider her height in the wheelchair, as well as how to make the wardrobe safe and easy to use.
Fusion Robes Belfast designed a bespoke Walk-in Wardrobe that was tailored to the specific needs of the client’s daughter. The wardrobe included push-open drawers at eye level for easy access, as well as soft-closing drawers at the bottom to prevent the wheelchair from catching and opening the push doors. The wardrobe was designed in pale grey with black handles, providing an aesthetically pleasing space for the client to store her clothing and accessories. There is also a dressing table with room for her to get up close to the mirror with space for her wheelchair and push-open drawers.
The result was a wardrobe that met all the necessary requirements and was accessible to the client’s daughter. The parents were pleased with the quality of work and attention to detail that went into designing the wardrobe, allowing their daughter to have her independence around the home and showcase her style in her own unique way. The bespoke design allowed the client to have a space that was both accessible and aesthetically pleasing, meeting the specific needs of the client’s daughter.
The installation team arrived promptly and fitted everything within a few days, leaving the room tidy and ready for the client to enjoy.