There it stands now, the personal wardrobe made to measure. It fits perfectly into the room. The design and fittings are just as you always imagined them to be. All the perfectly fitted shelves, clothes rails and storage elements are waiting to be filled and hung. A real unique piece, which was realized by numerous helping hands. But what does the path to the dream wardrobe look like and how is a wardrobe made to measure from different materials, individual elements and a lot of manual work? Join us on a journey from the first idea to the finished wardrobe and experience how walk-in wardrobes are created.
Whether it's when leafing through living room magazines, when planning the new home furnishings or simply during the daily look in the wardrobe: at some point the desire for a wardrobe made to measure arises. There are many ideas, but also the question of how to implement them. So research is done, and inspiration is sought in blogs, magazines and the like. At some point you notice that the name raumplus appears everywhere. So the next step - visiting the raumplus website - is not far away and you will find yourself in a wealth of information. With just a few clicks you can order or download the free catalogues that will take you even deeper into the world of raumplus. Even those who already know the company and its products will always discover something new on the website and the social media channels.
In addition to a wealth of information and even more inspiration, the website offers various tools for taking the first virtual steps on the way to the dream wardrobe. Thus, one can move through the Bremen showroom at the company's headquarters in the 360° VR showroom. The showroom faithfully reproduces the real room and the raumplus products installed there. Whether walk-in wardrobes, interior design with sliding doors, various interior systems and more: there is a lot to discover.
Based on the variety of materials presented on the website, you can also get an impression of the different door panels. If you would like to see how the various ideas for your own made-to-measure wardrobe can be implemented with raumplus, try out the configurator. It helps to find out which solution fits which room conditions, which combination works how and much more.
Roughly planned and in different variants, the cabinet is now available online. Now it is all about making the idea become reality. There are different possibilities for this. Either you send a request via the website. The nearest dealer will be informed. They will then know exactly what they are looking for and will contact you to arrange a consultation appointment. If you already know your personal raumplus consultant, you can also send the configurator planning directly there or print it out and bring it with you at the agreed appointment.
With the support of the retailer, the final made-to-measure wardrobe starts to take shape. An in-depth conversation in which individual needs, personal style and wardrobe usage behaviour are discussed helps in this process. What is wrong with the current wardrobe, what do you want for the new model and should it become a walk-in wardrobe, a dressing room or a built-in wardrobe?
A real made-to-measure wardrobe also includes an individually adapted interior system and the appropriate accessories. How many drawers, clothes rails, trouser pull-outs etc. are needed and how best to position them? Which color and surface finishes do you like? The answers to these and other questions are taken into account when planning a wardrobe made to measure. Finally, the choice of doors (sliding, folding or hinged) follows, which can be planned according to your wishes.
After all the planning, we now move on to the implementation. So the dealer first makes an appointment at the customer's premises to measure the room. This is essential so that the wardrobe made to measure fits one hundred percent.
The results of the consultation as well as the exact measurements are passed on to raumplus order processing. There the planning is checked to see if everything is consistent and feasible.
Everything has been planned, measured and prepared, so now it's time for the »handmade«: the order reaches production. The first step is to cut the aluminum profile. Then follows the door construction i.e. aluminum profile and door panel are assembled to the finished door. With the help of modern CNC technology, the interior systems are made to fit exactly. Then all parts have to be packed for safe transport before shipping to the dealer begins. Now only the assembly at the customer's home is missing. This is done by the dealer on the agreed date. Once the wardrobe is made to measure, the circle is complete. Because now it is just waiting to be filled.