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Second-hand wardrobe

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Everyone who wears clothes has one or more of them in their home, the wardrobe is the furniture to store your clothes safely, securely and conveniently. Is your pile of clothes growing so fast that you're ready for another, perhaps bigger, wardrobe because now and pile on your bedside table? Then it's time to look for your favourite piece of furniture for your home.

Modern wardrobe

The modern wardrobe is an indispensable piece of furniture for your bedroom. To complement your modern interior with a wardrobe, you need to select the modern wardrobe. Fitted with hanging rods, drawers, shelves, a mirror and sleekly finished on the outside thanks to, for example, MDF or chipboard in colours such as white, anthracite or black.

Vintage wardrobe

If you like retro or old-fashioned, go for the vintage wardrobe. Vintage furniture was made between the early 1900s and the late 1900s. Wardrobes made of wood and decorated with beautiful artisanal carvings. Like going back in time. Ornate shapes of art nouveau, geometric and angular art deco, long lines of streamline modern, orangish wood and primary colours. Vintage is totally hip!

2-door wardrobe

Proper storage of your clothes is also a necessity in your bedroom or dressing room! Thanks to a 2-door wardrobe, you can store coats, bags and other personal items neatly, with a separate place for your clothes behind each door. There are folding doors, sliding doors or hinged doors, each of which can be operated in its own way. If you don't have much space in your home, go for a sliding door. Do you want to be able to open the entire wardrobe? Then choose the folding-door version.

Second-hand wardrobe: durability and character

Buying a second-hand designer wardrobe has many advantages. First of all, it contributes to sustainability. By investing in second-hand furniture, you reduce the demand for new production, resulting in less burden on the environment. Moreover, second-hand wardrobes often have a unique character that you won't easily find in new furniture. In addition, beautiful designer wardrobes are available at Whoppah at heavily discounted prices.

What is a wardrobe?

A wardrobe is also known as a wardrobe or clothes cupboard. It is a piece of furniture whose function is to store your clothes. It often consists of a section where clothes can be hung with clothes hangers, drawers, shelves and a section where you can store footwear or even belts, jewellery and glasses. Sometimes wardrobes are built-in, others are freestanding.

What does a wardrobe cost?

On average, a wardrobe costs between €100 and €1,300. The price depends on how luxurious the wardrobe is in terms of clothing space and how clothes can be stored in the wardrobe. The choice of a mirror, the amount of hangers, drawers or compartments determine the price of the wardrobe. The type of door system also determines the price, with the standard swing door being the most commonly used variant. Will you go for MDF, steel, stainless steel, natural wood or plastic? The material and style will also determine what kind of price tag your cupboard will have.

What should I look out for when buying a wardrobe?

Sooner or later you will need a new wardrobe. Here are some tips on what to look out for when buying a wardrobe.

  • Open or closed doors
  • Standard or made-to-measure wardrobe
  • Type of doors
  • Amount of storage space
  • With or without drawers
  • Mirror?
  • Lighting?
  • The colour
  • Does the size fit in the house?