Who hasn’t dreamt of a Carrie Bradshaw walk-in wardrobe? Whether you’re renovating your home or dreaming up a new living project, we’re sure you’re planning a space where you can look after your whole appearance. As well as satisfying your fashion addiction cravings, solutions such as the walk-in wardrobe also allow you to keep everything in its place, thereby helping to keep the house neat and tidy. So what does your dream wardrobe look like? This is how we imagine it!
Comfort, design and customisation are the distinguishing features of the Walk-in Fluida project, Scavolini’s walk-in wardrobe designed by Vuesse, created to fulfil your aesthetic and space requirements, whatever they may be. If you’ve seen your dream go up in smoke after measuring the square metres available, you should know that we have designed the modules to fit into any setting whilst ensuring the utmost versatility.
You can breathe a sigh of relief and have a look at the linear, corner, and U-shaped Walk-in Fluida projects or, if you need to separate two areas, you can opt for a free standing solution.
Pure White, Iron Grey, Seagull Grey, Garden Walnut and Nuance Larch: what colour inspires you the most for the Walk-in Fluida structure?
As you know, once you have decided which outfit to wear, it’s time to choose the accessories, which is really hard: shelves, clothes rails, drawer units, organizers... different furnishing and organisation accessories available in the Comfort line, which stands out for its Moka-coloured finish, in the Support line, in Metal Grey, or in the Assist line, chosen in one of the above 5 colours, to create a perfectly matching and tidy walk-in wardrobe.
Now let’s think how best to arrange your clothes: do you like having your outfits and accessories always at hand and, why not, ready for taking a selfie, or do you prefer to organise your clothes more precisely, for example, by occasion?
With our walk-in wardrobes, you can combine and/or choose from visible and closed modules, respectively featuring compartments that are completely visible or framed by single, double or sliding hinged doors, which in turn are available in lots of different materials and with push-pull openings or with handles.