Brandler London wardrobes are unique pieces that we truly enjoy designing and fitting, using the our own quality materials and installing to exacting standards. All of our wardrobes are handmade by our team of master craftsmen in our London workshop. We can create any type, from small sliding wardrobes to large walk-in wardrobes.
Our supplies of reclaimed wood allow you a choice of pine, oak, or larch depending on the look you want. From overly weathered, dark and almost burnt in appearance, to perfectly preserved, smooth and light coloured finishes, we can supply the tone and texture you’re looking for in your bespoke wardrobe. There are a range of additional finishes we can apply onto these wood types, depending on how you want to use the pieces.
If the Brandler London style is for you, then please get in touch and our team will work with you to create your wardrobe specifically to your requirements. As it is all handmade and every piece of wood has its own character, there will never be another set of wardrobes quite like yours. They will be unique to your aesthetic and storage needs.
The Coach House
This project was a complete bedroom revamp, with reclaimed pine wardrobes salvaged from a sheep farmer’s derelict barn. The main tall wardrobes are fitted out with central sliding shoe rack, with plenty of hanging rail space, and integrated drawers. The wardrobes on either side of the vanity frame the garden view providing supplemental storage. The space was re-wired with retrofit lighting and a discreet built-in sound system.
Mount Park Crescent
This full house joinery pack involved Brandler London installing everything including Cinema room, Library, Utility room, vanity units, ballet room, stairs and all bedroom wardrobes. The bedroom cabinetry featured floor to ceiling sliding doors with invisible sliding mechanisms. All units were spray finished in Farrow and Ball colours.
Mount Park, W5
This loft conversion raised the bar with concrete screed wardrobe decked out with hand made solid brass handles. These fitted units nestled into the roof structure to give maximum storage space and pleasing lines. Wrapping round the corner and across the bathroom vanity void, into the landing where there is a bounty of shoe storage. Internal drawers, lighting and subtle removable panels that allow access to the loft space beyond help round off this functional wardrobe. The wardrobe doors were screed with a micro-cement and the internals finished in a sophisticated grey linen. The room has a signature Brandler London bathroom and a larger than life live edge headboard all supplied and installed by our team.
Tom Daley's Wardrobes
These wardrobes bristle with all of the original character of the converted warehouse in which this project is located. The reclaimed wood used here is embedded with numerated rusted nails that were part of a foot long measurement system, revealing a glimpse of the inner workings of a warehouse built in the hops processing era.
*Disclaimer – Property dressed by Brandler London and as such expressly does not reflect the interior design style of the owner.
Lynx Terrace, SW19
Twin beds on a raised platform made with a combination of solid and engineered reclaimed barn wood. Accessed by a their own set of dainty stairs with drawers integrated into each step. Each bed has one large drawer, two under bed cabinets and an open shelf finished (finished in F&B Vardo) give extensive storage. Fully built in these offer maximum use of space for this kids rooms, plenty of scope for fort making fun and the feel good factor of using a sustainable eco-friendly material.
This loft conversion is a master bedroom, crafted and restyled by Brandler London using numerous types of wood. The main wardrobes here are constructed out of reclaimed wood from a beekeepers barn in continental Europe, with the horizontal wood grain arrangement appearing like the storms of Jupiter.
Internal drawers, shelves, and hanging wardrobe space all painted with Pelt by Farrow & Ball. The down lighting creates dramatic shadows on the wardrobe fronts and illuminates the inside when the doors are opened. These wardrobes wrap around the perimeter of the room with glass shelves, concretes worktops, and a vanity unit with a number of built-in drawers and LED up lighting. The vanity surface culminates with a drop into a laundry alcove. A line of light coloured pine doors house a run of low-level hanging wardrobe space with more storage behind. With wood-clad steels and a reclaimed sliding door from an old London warehouse, this bedroom possesses a cozy warmth while providing the necessary storage of a modern master bedroom. Blending a modern aesthetic with the owners’ own sense of whimsy, these varying and textured surfaces go above and beyond and conceal the entry into a secret hideaway room.
Aldebert Terrace, SW8
This pair of barn wood wardrobes made with a blend of different textures and colour, joined horizontally with the grain flowing from one door to the next. Both were painted with Farrow and Ball Pelt and had open storage space above the wardrobe doors. Routed handles with steel back plates once again finish off these classic Brandler london cabinets.
With brass recessed handles and quiet sliding mechanism, these guest bedroom wardrobes manage to fit well in a room that also features timber beams and exposed london stone brick. The reclaimed wood doors were assembled with the grain oriented horizontally to highlight the wood’s natural features as well as correspond with the other linear elements in the space. LED downlighting accentuates the texture of these bespoke reclaimed wood doors. Painted internally with Farrow and ball London Stone.
With LED down lighting and handcrafted recessed handles, this wardrobe’s dramatically textured doors take centre stage. These wardrobes are hinged with integrated shelving. The built-in drawers feature a smooth interior painted finish in Radicchio by Farrow & Ball.
The full-height storage is built to fit the space, allowing for maximum return on your wardrobe outlay while sympathetically setting itself apart from the Victorian arches of this old warehouse. The open shelf space that remains rounds off a functional and aesthetically pleasing project.