In its fully open position, you might wonder how exactly this Walk-in Closet by Hosun Ching could ever have taken its original dimensions. Presenting an extensive selection of units that can nearly encompass the user, the clever mobile cupboard is a brilliant space-saving solution for small rooms.
Incredibly, the designer began by working with the standard width and depth of the typical tight wardrobe. With these measurements, a tall rectangular timber box was built and its forward double doors were given matching wooden wheels. When you pull on the armoire's long horizontal handles, the chest spreads out to reveal several sets of dresser drawers, gaping cubbies, shelving, rods for hangers and full-length mirrors. This Walk-in Closet by Hosun Ching even offers the luxury of a jewelry display case and rear-view reflections.
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