Maximise the use of your space with the versatility of the Jali made-to-measure wardrobe system. Make your own choice of shelves, drawers, hanging rails etc - then adjust all the sizes to precisely suit your space.
Create your own style to fit you and your room - whether classic, contemporary or just you.
Choosing your made-to-measure wardrobe is very easy. Order any of the examples here as it is, or use it as a starting point for your own design. Any wardrobe here can be customised to any size, shape, and any layout inside. It doesn't really matter which one you start with as you can change all the details to suit during the design process.
The Jali wardrobe system is very flexible. Wardrobes can be made to any size to fit any space. They can be free-standing, fitted against a side wall or between two walls, or even around an inside or outside corner - or even around three sides. (You can do this using separate adjoining wardrobe designs.)
To create your perfect made-to-measure wardrobe, the best thing to do is to enter the size of the wardrobe first, and where it will be fitted. (Many customers choose to fit the wardrobe into a corner or across an entire wall of a bedroom.) Once that's done you can choose the style and choose the options inside.
The units can finish below the ceiling, go up to the ceiling, or be fitted to a sloped ceiling using the scribing options. Choose your own depth; you can even make individual wardrobe boxes at different depths to accommodate awkward pipes and details on the walls behind or on each side of the unit.
There is a wide range of doors and panel details with several different styles of door frame and many different options of Shaker-style, plain or fretwork detail.
Inside the wardrobe you can have single or double hanging rails, soft-close drawers or just shelving for easy storage, shoe racks or removable baskets - or any combination of these.
Overall width, height and depth is fully adjustable;
Widths of each wardrobe box are individually adjustable;
Skirting board height (and style) is adjustable to match your room;
Wardrobes can span up to 10 metres wide. (Individual parts longer than 3 metres will be supplied in two or more pieces.)
Standard fitting for normal wardrobes away from corners;
Side fitting options on either side to fit to walls or around chimney breasts or recesses;
Option to set individual wardrobe boxes away from the wall to avoid obstructions behind the wardrobe;
Scribing options to assist fitting to uneven walls, ceilings and floors;
Adjustable skirting board height to match your room.
Individual wardrobe boxes can have left, right, or double doors, or no door at all;
Each one can have single or double brass hanging rails, shelves and/or drawers. Drawers are soft-close;
Three styles of top board moulding;
Three styles of patterns on the uprights between each box;
Normal, flush or recessed skirting board styles;
Ten door panel options - fretwork or Shaker-style;
Choice of twelve door and drawer handles.
Jali wardrobes consist of a number of separate parts.
All Jali wardrobes are made up from one or more box units which fit onto a base or plinth. The boxes have solid backs. There are many advantages to this: you can hide unsightly details and overcome uneven walls; but also if you want to make major alterations or even move the entire unit in the future you can. We keep all order details on file so we can supply new parts for different configurations many years later.
Once the base unit is aligned and levelled to the floor, the box units simply locate into place and line up. The joining uprights can then be fitted. Any side uprights and the top which need precise cutting or scribing can easily be done at this stage. Finally, all the internal parts and the doors can be fitted and adjusted.
Box units can be open, have single doors, double doors or top-and-bottom split doors - or a combination.
The most important thing is to position and level the base accurately. If you do this correctly, everything else will come together properly; if you don't, you will struggle to line things up.
Position the base from the back and side walls according to the clearances you set during designing, then carefully level the base using thin (1mm card) packing pieces. If necessary, pack under the back and front of the base every two feet. Once level, firmly screw the base to the floor, checking that it remains flat and level. (Use a straight edge to check for flatness.)
Next you must fit the skirtings to the base; but firstly, just assemble a box and locate it on the base to check it clears the walls correctly. If possible, use a box which also goes up to a side wall so you can offer up and check the upright as well. If all this is satisfactory, remove the box and fix the skirtings to the base from the inside, scribing them to the walls and/or floor if required.
From here is it very straightforward. Locate each base into position and fit the four special screws. Then assemble all the internal shelves and features, firstly fitting the inner uprights followed by the outer uprights and canopy, scribing them if required.
Finally, fit the door hinges, doors and handles, then adjust the doors.
You can buy as is, or adapt to suit: