Q: I have a question about freestanding wardrobes. I like in a West Village tenement with no closets. I can't decide which Ikea wardrobe will work best in my quirky, crooked apartment. I've narrowed down my options but can't decide. There are a few considerations: I rent, I need storage for everything (clothes, linens, skis, etc) but don't want to spend a ton, the ceilings are tall, about 10' and the floors are crooked. Ideally, I want to put the wardrobes on the wall with the exposed brick (without covering the window), and the wall with the small wooden box in the corner to create a streamlined look. I can't remove the small white box in the corner, it's covering kitchen pipes in the next room.
Here's what I could think of so far: two white Aspelund three door wardrobes with one white Aspelund two drawer wardrobe, One white/Aneboda Elga wardrobe with three sliding drawers with one white/Aneboda Elga wardrobe with two sliding drawers, or three Pax wardrobes with two doors, each shell 39 1/4" W x 93" T. I can't decide if I should go with 14" D or the 22" D.
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