Clients of the historic home wanted, not surprisingly, to retain the original feel. They wanted a kitchen and wardrobes that complemented the classic interior, but that also met their needs as a functional and robust space to handle frequent use and entertaining.To achieve this, they called on Poliform and their design service.
In the master bedroom, the New Entry wardrobe – finished with canaletto walnut – was chosen, fitted perfectly to meet the client’s needs and taste.
Including both free standing elements and unique adaptable systems, the Poliform range of wardrobes is comprehensive. They are versatile, adaptable and able to be customised to any interior, and with the entire Poliform Design Service, makes the process especially seamless.
The Poliform Design Service has four components: Design Brief; Design Presentation; Order; and Installation.
With that, the team of highly qualified experienced designers can help you make the best decisions on layout, function and finishes, resulting in a tailor-made wardrobe that is functional and built to last. The team can work directly with a client’s architect, designer or builder, and the collection has a range of flexible details to suit an architect’s brief, ensuring that each project meets the needs of the client.
To ensure all requirements and budgets are met, a presentation of initial layout and cost estimate is offered, giving wardrobe details before finalising the design. Once approved, Poliform produce plans and elevations, with a full package of technical information issued when the order is placed.
Poliform’s in-house installations co-ordinator will also manage onsite inspections, preparation and final installation, ensuring that every detail is installed efficiently.
Senzafine. All three opening options: leaf, folding and sliding doors are available in a minimal design, edged or framed, while interiors are design to allow tailored storage organisation.
Ubik is a system that maximises individuality, thanks to modular solutions. The Ubik system offers an evolved storage organisation, with a series of units and accessories.
Ego is characterised by an aesthetic of lightness and minimalism. Open spaces are achieved using leaf or folding doors along with back panels in transparent glass, to give a sense of openness.