Rimmel walk-in wardrobe by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri



For those who like to keep everything clean and organized and like to see veery little item at its place, we have a special product. It’s called Rimmel and it’s s a very generous walk-in wardrobe. This type of wardrobes seems to be very appreciated but not everyone can afford to have one, mostly because of the lack of space.

In order to be able to enjoy something like this you would have to give up en entire room which is not something that most of us would even consider doing. However, it’s not such a waste of space as you might think. In fact, it’s very practical. You would have plenty of space to organize your clothes and you won’t need to have a dresser in your room anymore. Also, it would be easier to find the item you need and all your clothes would be organized nicely and they won’t be crowded in small drawers. I’m sure they’d be happy too if they could.

So try to see the full half of this problem and not the space-wasting side. Rimmel from Albed offers plenty of storage space for all your clothing items. You’ll have a special place for every one of them. It will help you be more organized and it will also help you save time when trying to decide what you should wear.


Published by in Interiors, on August 9th, 2011

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