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Luxury Modern Walk In Closet Cabinet Storage Wardrobe Dressing Room

Basic Information
Place of Origin: Sichuan, China
Brand Name: Yadi Furniture
Certification: CE
Model Number: JYD220323-2
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Set
Price: Negotiation
Packaging Details: Standard export carton
Delivery Time: 30-35days
Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: 10000 Square meters/month
Detail Information
Material: Wooden Design Style: Modern
Carcase Material: Solid Wood/Particle Board/Plywood/MDF Place Of Origin: Chengdu, China
Hinge: DTC Warranty: 3 Years
Feature: Durable Size: Modular Or Customized Size
Structure: Built In Closet Door Panel Thickness:: 18~22mm
High Light:

22mm Modern Walk In Closet Cabinet


DTC Hinge Walk In Closet Cabinet

Product Description

Luxury Modern Walk In Closet Cabinet Modern Walking Closet Cabinet Storage Wardrobe Dressing Room

Product Specifications:


Bedroom Wardrobe / Bedroom Closet

Carcase (E0, E1 standard)

Substrate Panel

Solid wood(Timber)/Particle board/Plywood/MDF/Melamine/OSB panel




Single pure color or wood grain

Door Panel

Substrate Panel

Glass Front /Solid wood/MDF/Plywood/Particleboard/OSB Panel



Surface finish

Acrylic/Lacquer/UV/PVC Membrane/Melamine/Laminate/Veneer/Solid Wood


More than 100 different colors available, or Customization options



Blum/Hettich/DTC or other Chinese brands with good quality


Tie rack, dress mirror, dress basket, folding ironing board, hanging rod, pants rack, combination lock, LED strip light

Size & Design

Custom Size & design


Quick quote: Customer measurement → Draft CAD drawings →Idea 3D renderings →Quick quote

Any kind of color, wood grain, surface, glossy finished are available

Environment E0, E1 substrate board under European standard




Walk-in closets, built-in closets, armoires, pantries, linen closets, utility closets, etc. are some of the countless options in the storage world. The preference for these depends both on style and purpose. For this article, we will be talking about the fundamental differences between a built-in and walk-in closet, what makes each of them unique, and how you can get the most out of either of them.


In most of the major cities where real estate prices can give anyone a heart attack, a walk-in is seen as a luxury add-on. So, the first thing you should ask yourself is, do you really have the space to accommodate a walk-in closet?

Another factor to be taken into consideration is utility. If you don’t have enough clothes or accessories, it might not really be a necessary addition for you. If you live alone and do not really plan on starting a family, a walk-in closet can be overkill. On the other hand, if shopping is your go-to stress-busting activity or you have a family, it might be worth considering.


1. A walk-in closet can double up as a dressing room most of the time.

2. Some people use ironing boards in there; so you can iron, fold/hang and store your clothes — all in one place.

3. Walk-in closets provide ample storage. Shoes, jewelry, make-up, clothes — everything can be found at the same place at the same time.

4. A walk-in closet helps in removing clutter from both your bedroom and the master bathroom. Since you can get ready in the closet from start to finish, the bedroom is left untouched by the morning chaos.

5. Built-in closets force you to be more minimalistic and purge your wardrobe of anything you don’t absolutely need.

6. They are cheaper, easier to install, and easier to upgrade. You can swap the panels out if they get too old or outdated easily. Whereas renovating a walk-in can be a costly affair.

7. With a built-in closet, nearly everything you own will be in plain sight; as compared to walk-ins where things can get lost in a nook or a cranny if it is left unorganized.


Wardrobe Design:


As is obvious from the name, a walk-in closet is essentially a small room that you can walk into. Typically starting from 6.5 feet in terms of depth, there is no upper limit to the size of a walk-in. In fact, those with a passion for fashion, have been known to have closets that are bigger than a standard master bedroom. The only limitation when you choose a walk-in closet is that you need to have some extra space for it. However, in our years of service, we have found that a significant majority of people who can afford the extra space go for a walk-in without a second thought. That is to say, walk-in closets enjoy a lot of popularity among those who want to add a personal touch to their closets.


Built-in closets will naturally have less space for storage as compared to walk-in closets; so you must be willing to give up stuff you don’t need or use infrequently. Although not as much as walk-ins, built-in closets do need some space to be installed or built. If you are extremely low on space, consider freestanding wardrobes or armoires instead. Do you plan on staying put in your house, or do you plan on moving once the family expands? If you plan on staying put, it would be wise to think ahead and design the place in a way that it can sustain your future needs. If you feel that your storage space might become insufficient in the coming months, it may be better to go for a walk-in closet instead.


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