It’s impossible to imagine life without a wardrobe these days.
A good quality wardrobe helps to comfortably accommodate clothes, and each person has the possibility to choose a wardrobe system that suits their needs.
Our wardrobes are made from 16 mm or 22 mm melamine-faced particleboards with plastic edging. The selection includes over 30 wood imitations.
Combined with accessories such as drawers, cupboard baskets, pull-out shelves or hanging rail tubes, it is possible to create a great interior.
Made of melamine panels, the wardrobes are practical and durable, and will suit any home.
When designing cloakroom systems, we use a special computer program that allows us to create a realistic picture of the furniture before it is built.
We take the necessary measurements and prepare quotations, free of charge for our clients.
We offer transport and installation services for the products we manufacture.
If the floor space of the apartment allows, it would be better to allocate a whole room to the wardrobe.
The minimum area of this room should be 3-6 square metres.
S-30 system doors close the entrance to the wardrobe room and give the impression of a normal built-in wardrobe.
If there is no space for a separate wardrobe room in the apartment, sliding doors can be used to separate a corner of the room or a specific part of the room.
A good reason to replace an old wardrobe or tidy up a storeroom!
To order wardrobe or kitchen furniture, please contact our Tallinn office at Tatari 23/25 or Tartu office at Fortuuna 1.
A built-in wardrobe is installed in a room so that the walls, floor and ceiling of the room form the framework for the wardrobe. This means that most of the bearing elements of the wardrobe are fixed to the structures of the room. Positive aspects of this solution are a reliable and solid wardrobe and saving money.
The wardrobe does not have to be completely built in into a recess – one or two side panels may be used.
This type of wardrobe hides a recess with beautiful doors and blends nicely with any interior, forming a wall furniture unit with different details.
A partly built-in wardrobe fills the intended area completely. However, there will always be a gap between the top of the wardrobe and the ceiling, and the walls of the wardrobe and that of the room because houses do not have perfectly even walls or ceilings. A custom-made wardrobe made exactly to measure fits perfectly compared to furniture made as serial production.
A stand-alone wardrobe is special in that it does not need to match the space and it is possible to move it around A built-in wardrobe is quite permanent, i.e. if you wish to take it with you to your new home, you have to make additional efforts.
A walk-in wardrobe is a larger room that (as the name suggests) you can walk into. While it’s ideal to have a separate room for such everyday luxuries, it’s also sufficient to separate a section of the bedroom, for example, with sliding doors or a partition.
The corner wardrobe is very similar to the rest of the wardrobes, but it is placed in a corner. A corner wardrobe makes full use of the available space. This is a good solution if the rest of the room is already occupied and the only free space is in the corner of the room.
Bedroom wardrobes should take into account how many people’s clothes the wardrobe needs to accommodate. When there’s more than one person and lots of clothes, the wardrobe space can take up an entire room wall. It would be advisable to take this into account when planning the room design. It’s wise to think about socks and laundry, which are best stored in separate drawers, when planning the interior of your wardrobe.
The hallway wardrobe should be located at the entrance to the apartment, so it’s particularly convenient for storing your own and your guests’ outerwear. A mirror fits well on the door. While some shelving may be needed to store hats and gloves during the winter season, a large proportion should still belong to the pole. The pole is convenient for hanging both longer and shorter coats and jackets. Sometimes you can even hide a washing machine or tumble dryer in the front hallway. It all depends on the person’s needs and the space available.
A wardrobe under the sloping wall can be a clever way to make the most of your space. By building a cloakroom on the ramp wall, you don’t lose space that would otherwise probably be uncomfortable for other activities. Depending on the wall slope and the room, we can tailor a solution to suit your space.
A nursery cloakroom is a good way to create a place to store toys as well as clothes. In this kind of wardrobe, you should lower the shelves and make the shoe racks narrower, as children’s clothes don’t take up as much space. A children’s wardrobe can be divided from the inside, for example with basket shelves. If you have more than one child and the room is large, you can also use a wardrobe to divide the room into two.
A cloakroom for a small space needs to be thought through very carefully. The first step should be to find the area that is least used. You should then check whether a reasonably sized wardrobe would fit. For particularly small spaces, a wardrobe cupboard can be made with only shelves so that clothes cannot hang.
When planning a wardrobe, it is important to take into account your own preferences and the space available. However, there are a few guidelines that it would be good practice to take into account. For example, the depth of a wardrobe cupboard (including doors) could be at least 650mm and more, but not more than 800mm. Otherwise, access to the back of the shelves is limited and the cupboard takes up more space than it can actually accommodate.
In general, you shouldn’t have to worry about matching shelves and drawers as they are available in a wide range of depths. Rather, pay attention to the hanging clothes that go between the doors and the back wall of the wardrobe. You will certainly need to be able to accommodate a wider clothes rail, but if necessary you can use pull-out clothes hangers, for example. They allow clothes to fit one behind the other.
Before you start ordering a wardrobe, you should think about where exactly you want the wardrobe to go in the room. This in turn will tell you the dimensions and number of walls of the wardrobe you need. In addition, think about the contents of the cupboard:
Should there be enough shelves and how many?
Do you prefer to hang your clothes on a hanging rail or do you prefer a lot of wastebaskets?
Ultimately, it all depends on your own needs and tastes. From the moment you have selected your wardrobe and placed your order, it will take 4-6 weeks to complete.
Our product selection:
Aluminium profiles – Sliding doors with aluminium frame are available in 26 profiles and a choice of colours: Aluminium frame sliding doors are good value for money. They have a stylish look and are suitable for use as cabinets, room dividers and clear glass. In addition to standard colours, profiles are available in different colour tones as shown in the RAL catalogue.
Sliding doors with melamine frames – Melamine frames are particularly suitable for furniture lovers in wood tones. Melamine frames use special bottom wheels that can withstand higher loads and allow the use of larger and heavier doors.
Sliding doors with spoon frame – Spoon frame is a natural-looking profile of a sliding door. As with the melamine frame, heavy-duty sub-wheels are used to allow for the use of larger doors.
Wardrobes are no longer just cupboards with shelves and clothes hangers. Baskets, drawers, hanging hooks and more have been added. There is an ever-increasing variety of solutions for storing things even more cleverly and conveniently, and such a plethora of options can leave the first-time wardrobe system user feeling rather overwhelmed.
When it comes to the shelves in the cupboard, we always use melamine panels. The range of materials itself is vast and the best way to get a better idea is to come and see it in the salon.
To help you make your choice, we present a range of options for wardrobe content.
A well-planned wardrobe can accommodate all your clothes and storage needs, so the first step is to work out what you want to keep in your wardrobe in the first place.
Start by taking stock of your wardrobe. This will give you a good idea of how much and what clothes you have. Also look at the shoe rack and other cupboards and storage areas – you may also want to keep handbags, backpacks, suitcases, jewellery, headwear, children’s toys, household items or other items in your wardrobe. If you don’t have a separate space for ironing and drying clothes, leave a separate place in your wardrobe for an ironing board and a folding clothes drying rack.
Shelving is the most cost-effective solution for wardrobe furnishing. They are easy replacements for baskets and drawers, as well as being highly visible and easy to slide up. Shelves are a good place to store sweaters and other non-wrinkly clothes, as well as blankets, mattresses and other larger items.
The baskets are made of sturdy steel wire and move on roller rails. The baskets come in different widths, heights and colours. You can store most of the clothes you don’t want to hang up in the baskets. The advantage of baskets is that air moves freely around the baskets, preventing unpleasant odours from being added to less frequently used clothing.
The drawers are perfect for storing underwear, socks, stockings and other smaller items. It’s also a good place to put make-up and jewellery.
Clothes hangers are an integral part of the wardrobe, as everyone usually has clothes that need hanging on a clothes hanger. You can also hang trousers on the clothes hangers to make them less wrinkly and easier to slide up.
Suspension hooks are handy for storing hats, hats, handbags, trouser straps, belts, ties and more.
The choice of wardrobe furnishings doesn’t stop there. For example, we can also install retractable planes and mirrors. Our specialists can offer you more and more personalised solutions.
As with other aspects, wardrobe lighting should be considered at the planning stage. A well-lit wardrobe is easy to use and can be a design feature in its own right.
One increasingly popular option is LED strip lighting. LED luminaires have become increasingly affordable over time, and there are many different shades to choose from to suit individual preferences. The big advantages of LED are uniform illumination, low energy consumption, small dimensions. In addition, LED bulbs do not overheat and are therefore safe.
LED lamps are also a convenient choice because they can be installed with, for example, a motion sensor as well as a remote control. With adjustable light intensity, you can change the mood from cosy to very bright.
Additional solutions for wardrobe lighting include halogen bulbs, which are common because of their low cost, and fairy lights. The light chains have a rather romantic look, but thanks to the very wide selection, there is something for everyone. However, in general, their illuminating power is rather modest.
The integrated lighting in the cloakroom system is discreet and almost invisible. If planned well in advance, this type of lighting can be recessed into drawer interiors, sliding rails or shelf panels.
Think. Evaluate your own or your family’s needs – how much space you need, what kind of things you would keep in your wardrobe. Assess your home’s options – where and how big a wardrobe you can fit (whether you’re short on space or if it could take up a whole room).
Measure. Although the manufacturer will also carry out the necessary measurements before starting work, it is very good to have at least some guidance for an initial overview and quotation. On this basis, solutions can already be proposed in the first consultation.
Design time. Design software is used to select the best solution and layout. You also need to think about the colour of the wardrobe and the whole system of accessories (drawers, baskets, shelves, etc.). Client’s wishes + specialist advice = best solution!
We produce. Based on the completed drawings, the actual production process begins. Grandber Interior manufactures wardrobes from high quality melamine-coated and plastic-coated chipboard – no compromise on quality.
We install. We also carry out the installation of the completed work – we come to the site and install the wardrobes designed in cooperation with the client exactly where they are needed. A skilful homeowner can do the installation himself if necessary, and can forgo our installation.
NAUDI! A closet that fits perfectly in your space, ready to hold your prettiest dresses and surf gear.
We would like to remind you that if you do not feel confident in any of the earlier stages, you can involve specialists at the beginning of the process – Grandber Interior experts will prepare an offer for you to use as a starting point when gathering your ideas.