How big is your area? Did u discussed on your layout plan before buying? Mine also very small, it's slightly smaller than we expected it to be. I've taken some photos, if u're interested i can email you.
eh, i saw you have only 4 shelves in the center portion leh, the 5th one leh?
My wardrobe ah, duno yet, i have not arrange for measurement to be taken, my house not yet ready and I want to extend 700mm more for the wardrobe and need to top up, so trying to save money first before I ask them to come dwn take measurement lor...
You didnt' change your doors to those frosted type har? Envy leh, you have a nice decent WIW....
Oh my 5th shelve is right at the top, maybe u can't see it in the photo. To change to the glass one cost a lot lei, anyway wooden one matches better for my MBR. U envy my small little wiw? hehe.. I think u the first to say that... my family all think it's not practical and too small for us. Maybe have to get another wardrobe to put in another room.
What is the length of your wardrobe now? I should be envying u cos u can afford such a big space
u wan to give me ur email. Don't think i wan to post my photo here lei...
I've sent u the photos... Yah somebody was mentioning too about the name.. it's so cute rite
I'm not sure about alumix/ximula, but i know other carpenter when they do measurement for L shape, they double count the length. So i always thought it's not worth it to do L-shape. But u can always call Zhenyi for advise, heard she's very nice.
Oh i see, u put your wardrobe at another bedrm huh? Have u thought of partitioning a space to make your wiw since you like it?
Hi all, I have seen both Alumix and Ximula. Then I was quoted by my ID (aranus) their inhouse pole system call "Alumax". They are charging me abt $2k for my 10ft wardrobe. It comes with sliding door as well. Have not confirmed with them but its one option you all can look into it.
you can go dwn and see if they have any promotion one. IN fact, if they do have good deals, u can book on the spot, but as and when u are ready, you can ask them come ur house for measurements. Like for my case, I booked sometime in June, but dont intend to do up the wardrobe till say august or sept like that.
Hehe... u blur oredi, calling yourself... After they install the partition, they measure the length of the space before they fabricate the modules, so it was slightly shorter than what we measure from the layout plan.
I personally prefer ximula because of the aluminium triming round the shelves. If I'm not wrong, it's also slightly more expensive. I've not asked about alumix before so i don't know the pricing but I've seen ximula at Park Mall selling very ex.