Wardrobes. Which to choose?

Wardrobes. Which to choose?

Cabinets-wardrobes have become a real salvation of modern apartments, because they allow you to perfectly optimize the space and store a lot of useful things in a small area, while being a pretty and stylish item of the interior. If you choose the right size and design, then additional storage places can be minimized. Now our task is to figure out how to choose the right wardrobe on and find the most suitable design among all those that the modern saturated market offers.

Some houses have niches and recesses that are great for a built-in wardrobe. In this case, the role of the rear and side walls will play the walls of the room, often in such structures there is no independent floor and ceiling. Shelves and hangers in built -in cabinets are attached directly to the walls. Thus, it is possible to use every square centimeter of space with benefit, but you will have to violate the integrity and wall decoration. The option is suitable for those who in the near future are not going to make a rearrangement or at least move the cabinet.

Corps wardrobe is a full-fledged independent piece of furniture, which can be moved from one place to another. He has his own side, upper and lower walls. Cabinet models have gained great popularity among domestic users.

One of the most important questions when choosing a wardrobe is the material of the manufacture of housing, shelves and doors. Today among the most popular options are the following materials:

Chipboard is considered the most popular materials for the production of wardrobes. Wood and steam plates are produced from the waste of the wood of low-value species and binding material, the mixture is treated with high temperature. Formaldehyde resins are used as a binder. As a rule, the surfaces of the plates are laminated, the ends are finished with a decorative edge, so outwardly the chipboard can accurately copy wood or any other material. These are cheap, durable and light plates, the only minus of which is the fear of moisture, but for a wardrobe, this is not a strong drawback. Since the chipboard, due to the characteristics of production, allocates formaldehyde into the air, you need to pay attention to the emission class: classes E0 and E1; DSPs are considered safe
DVP are often used to organize the rear walls of the cabinets. The material is made of wood dust, which is compressed in the process of hot pressing. Synthetic additives, rosin and paraffin are used as binders, which increase moisture resistance. Wood-fibrous slabs cannot be thick, and only one side is covered with a decorative film;
MDF-more environmentally friendly and safe material for the production of wardrobes. The basis for manufacture is small wood chips, which passes dry pressing at high temperature and high pressure. As binders, carbamide resins are used, which do not distinguish a life -threatening formaldehyde. The material is durable, resistant to moisture, durable, but also costs a little more than analogues.