Mrs Price

A classic and elegant dressing room that feels light and spacious, with plenty of tailor-made storage solutions.
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Hemel Hempstead

About the project

Pairing the elegant fretwork detail of the mirrored Empire wardrobes with the classic paneled Edwardian doors framed with period cornice and vaulted columns, this Hemel Hempstead dressing room design is the epitome of luxury. Featuring his and hers break-fronted sections, custom-made bag and shoe storage with dedicated compartments, and a statement central island, the space blends beautiful yet functional design details with luxurious finishing touches to create a truly sumptuous and refined arrangement.

Finished with a customised antique mirror top, the island provides enough room for seating as well as an abundance of essential storage for accessories with a selection of seventeen drawers, each crafted in solid oak with dovetail corners, fitted with fully extendable soft close runners. Completed with panel sides, Beehive chrome handles and hand painted in Farrow & Ball’s Oxford Stone, the end result is an exceptionally distinctive and unique dressing room suite.

Unrivalled British quality

With over twenty-five years of British design and craftsmanship pedigree, we pride ourselves in producing beautiful bespoke bedroom furnishings with unsurpassable quality. Our expert designers meticulously study your home and taste, delivering products designed to last you for decades to come.
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With pages of impeccable wardrobe and dressing room design, our brochure showcases an array of unique creations, designed to capture your imagination. Our free brochure is available on request and exhibits the culmination of exceptional design and quality carpentry The Heritage Wardrobe Company is celebrated for.
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