These units are simply made from beech-veneered MDF. The doors don't have handles, they have click latches; push to release and they swing gently open, then push to close. The shelves are adjustable, maximizing the storage space available.
Fitted wardrobes in MDF, this time with mirrors set into recesses in MDF doors on the left. On the right, the doors were made by a company who construct unit doors and drawer fronts to any size, in a selection of materials and styles that are all interchangeable.
This is a folding door that the client required to close off the space under the stairs. The chest of drawers was to stay, so the door had to fold into the limited space available. Magnetic catches held the leaves in place when the door was closed.
Bathroom storage this time. The client needed a plywood panel fitted which would eventually have the shower fitted to it. This left a narrow space into which I fitted some shelves and made some doors. The edges of the doors were rounded over to soften the lines.
More fitted wardrobes, this time featuring a drawer unit. The material is plain MDF which has been painted. Note that, due to the slope of the ceiling, the top locker doors would only open if hinged on the left. So, we opted to combine the first two doors and put the handles in the middle to match the bottom doors. I constructed Shaker-style doors by fixing a 6mm MDF border around the outside on each door.