The drop-down clothes rail
This rail will be your everyday best friend by offering maximum storage for your clothes. Say goodbye to the stepladder for reaching the highest clothes: the clothes rail glides down with just a fingertip to present your autumn and winter collection. There is something so pleasurable about how the bar swings down and up so easily and effortlessly. Adding an upper clothes rail is the best way to double your wardrobe space.
The trouser rack
Say goodbye to creases and trousers sliding onto the floor: the bars slide out almost on their own, before opening up to take your trousers and then sliding back with disconcerting ease - Schmidt quality and mechanisms if you please. Better still, they come with fronts in the same design as the rest of the dressing room for a seamless finish and stylish overall effect.
Long wardrobe, short wardrobe
Add several made-to-measure wardrobes to your dressing room, with full-length wardrobes for coats and evening dresses, short wardrobes for skirts and shorts, and mid-height wardrobes for blouses. At last, your wardrobes can adapt to your needs rather than the other way around.
Shoe racks and shelves
Ideal for keeping your favourite shoes within sight and easy reach. Simple, cost-effective, perfectly made-to-measure and a guaranteed winner.
Shelves with glass lips
These shelves are a match made in heaven for your finest high-heeled shoes. They are capable of holding several pairs of shoes in the smallest of spaces, meaning that they are fabulous for presenting your full collection with their attractively angled design.
For all your fragile, luxury and favourite shoes. Treat them to pull-out drawers made to just the right height with millimetre precision. Much safer and more practical than boxes.
Handbags and hats are tidied away on shelves that are just the right height (i.e. your height), just the right width and just the right depth. Shelves are also the ideal solution for pullovers. Large shelves or compartments are perfect for organising and easily taking out your favourite pullovers.
Just like sleek handles, these pretty chromed hooks will give your dressing room that distinctive personal feel as well as a touch of designer flair. These simple and practical hooks are ideal for hanging your bags or getting your outfit ready for the next day.
Sliding shelves: the lip at the back prevents clothing from falling off, while the front edge features the same colour as the unit and gives the soft-closing shelf a smooth and easy grip. The shelf appears with just the touch of a finger, making it so practical for folding and tidying away your clothes, before disappearing with a simple push. This perfectly matching solution is a must-have with its made-to-measure design.
There is never a beautiful mirror where you really need it... except in your Schmidt dressing room. This full-height mirror lets you check your outfit from top to toe while making the room look larger with its natural reflection. Do not worry if you forget this essential accessory when planning your dressing room - your designer will remind you.
Trying to focus the light on exactly what you need, whenever you need it, without waking up your partner is more than a challenge, because dressing rooms are often next to the bedroom. This is a job for Schmidt and its lighting experts. The result is a targeted glare-free lighting system that will bring out your clothing's colours without disturbing your other half's beauty sleep while you are choosing THE outfit that will turn heads tomorrow. It that was not enough, the money-saving low-energy lights are ideally arranged to produce the best lighting effect.
The advantage of a truly made-to-measure dressing room is that there is something to suit every taste... and every size. Low drawers for children (yes, they are capable of tidying away their own pyjamas), drop-down clothes rails for parents, and a design engineered to overcome the home's most demanding constraints, whether sloping ceilings, corner doors or different depths. Didn't think you had space for a family dressing room? Think again, think Schmidt.