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GuinefortGrey Thu 16-Jun-16 11:19:17

I need a wardrobe for my attic bedroom. The stairs are so twisty and narrow anything that goes up there will need to arrive flat packed and be assembled once upstairs. I want something a bit more special and long lasting than IKEA if there is even such a thing in tbe flat pack market!

mouldycheesefan Thu 16-Jun-16 11:21:30

Scumblegoosie furniture comes flat pack but no idea if they do wardrobes. Next has flat pack.
You can have a cheap idea wardrobe professionally painted and change the handles.

PimmsIsMyDrinkOfChoice Thu 16-Jun-16 11:24:09

IKEA stuff can be pretty sturdy if you take the time to put it together well

GuinefortGrey Thu 16-Jun-16 11:37:05

I will have a look at IKEA as I'm sure the ranges must have changed since I was last looking for a wardrobe and putting different handles on to make it a bit different would be an option.

minipie Thu 16-Jun-16 11:37:54

Dormy House - from the website it sounds like it arrives unassembled, the delivery men take it to the room of your choice and assemble it for you

Tinklypoo Thu 16-Jun-16 11:48:21

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ChickyDuck Thu 16-Jun-16 11:53:28

We got some lovely wardrobes in similar circumstances from the conran shop. Fairly ££ though!

minipie Thu 16-Jun-16 11:57:09

Feather and Black also sounds like their stuff comes unassembled (and you can pay for them to assemble it if you want)

For both Feather &Black and Dormy House I'd ring up to double check though

mouldycheesefan Thu 16-Jun-16 12:14:03

John Lewis as well. Varies by item though.

Zeusette Thu 16-Jun-16 14:23:54

This is nice and comes flat packed

GuinefortGrey Thu 16-Jun-16 14:53:07

Oh never thought of Amazon! Thanks for all the ideas everyone, I've seen a few things that might look good. Better do some measuring now as the ceiling is all different heights confused . Love The Dormy House, definitely bookmarking that site smile

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