Bespoke period wardrobes are what we do best. At Murrumbeena Wardrobes we design, build and fit custom solutions for all heritage and contemporary homes.
The added value and sheer bliss of a wardrobe, bookcase, home study or cabinet that fits perfectly with your current homes style can only be matched to the service receive from the consummate professionals at Murrumbeena Wardrobes.
Our fantastic team work hard to get you a custom wardrobe solution.
During your free measure and quote we discuss shelving, mirrors, drawers, custom features and most importantly room for shoes! Choose from our signature layouts that have served our clients well and are proven to make the best use of your space, or work with us to design a completely new and bespoke layout tailored to your very needs.
No job is too small and no imagination is too big when you design with us.
We measure your rooms and areas and offer our expert advice on the best direction, always listening to exactly what you want. Our on point and bespoke cabinet making and joinery skills mean we can can match your cornices, picture rails and skirting boards so your in built robes match your period home perfectly.
Call us today 03 8592 4775 for a free, non-obligation measure and quote!
We specialise in;
Victorian Era Wardrobes (1840 – 1890)
Victoria Era houses are often referred to as terraced houses and refer to both Victorian and Edwardian period homes. Drawing great inspiration from Paris and London architecture they came into popularity between 1940 and 1890. The Glen Eira suburbs of Elsternwick and St Kilda east are the main suburbs with these style homes.
Most commonly built in brick, two-storey with upper level balconies. The balconies feature ornate cast iron, and the interiors often feature grand polished floor-boards, beautiful tiling and eave cornices and skirting boards.
Call Murrumbeena Wardrobes on 03 8592 4775 for a free measure and quote!
Edwardian Era Wardrobes (1895 – 1915)
Edwardian homes in Victoria are often weatherboard but can also be brick and still adhere to the style. The terracotta tiles or galvanised roofing pitched above plaster cornices and ceiling roses that paid homage to the Victoria era. Featuring much larger, single frontages the Edwardian Era of home were a breath of fresh air after the dark and gloomy Victoria era.