How Much Does A Walk In Wardrobe Cost?
The cost of a walk-in wardrobe can vary widely depending on several factors, including the size of the space, the materials used, the level of customisation, and your location. On average, you can expect to spend anywhere from a few thousand dollars to several tens of thousands of dollars for a walk-in wardrobe. Here are some key factors that can influence the cost:
Size and Layout:
The size of your walk-in wardrobe is a significant factor. Larger walk-in wardrobes with more square footage will naturally cost more. Additionally, the layout and design can affect costs. Complex layouts with multiple corners, angles, and custom features may be more expensive to design and install.
Materials: The choice of materials plays a substantial role in cost. Walk-in wardrobes can be made from a range of materials, including laminates, hardwoods, MDF, and various finishes. High-quality materials and finishes will generally cost more than basic ones. Our wardrobes are made from high quality 18mm melamine.
The level of customisation you desire will impact the cost. Customised shelving, drawers, hanging racks, and accessories can increase the price. If you opt for built-in lighting, mirrors, or specialty hardware, these will also add to the overall cost.
Labour costs, including design and installation, can vary based on your location and the complexity of the project. Hiring professionals for the installation is typically recommended to ensure a quality result.
The cost of materials and labor can vary significantly by location. Urban areas with higher living costs tend to have higher prices for custom home improvement projects like walk-in wardrobes.
If you plan to add extra features like a dressing area, an island or seating, a built-in safe, or a vanity, these will contribute to the overall cost.
Consider the accessibility of the space. If it requires significant modifications to existing walls, floors, or electrical work, these additional costs should be factored in.
Quality and Brand:
The brand and quality of materials and fixtures you choose will affect the final cost. Higher-end brands often come with a premium price tag.
To get an accurate estimate for your specific walk-in wardrobe project, it’s recommended that you consult with Leigh Robinson. They can assess your space, discuss your preferences, and provide you with a detailed cost estimate based on your individual needs and specifications. Additionally, obtaining multiple quotes from different professionals can help you make an informed decision and ensure you get the best value for your investment.
All in white melamine
A wardrobe this size would be approx $3,000AUD
A larger wardrobe like this one would be almost double the price at $7,000AUD