Wardrobes

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  • New Entry

    By Poliform I like the unlimited versatility. Try it at different angles, with sloping ceilings and in other unusual situations: New Entry will surprise you with its flexibility
  • Graffiti

    By Poliform A place for ordering. Graffiti wardrobe designed by Carlo Colombo can be in any room of the house , stressing its role of universal container. The versatility of the Senzafine system allows it to be placed in every room, offering the greatest space in any situation
  • Club

    By Poliform I like wardrobe that I can put anywhere. From the landing to the dressing room, from the kitchen to the studio. Club is a perfect example of the Poliform idea of contemporary wardrobe
  • Madison

    By Poliform A wardrobe that makes essence a style. Simplicity is the essence of beauty. Madison is a very simple wardrobe, but his built-in handle emphasizes the naturalness of the wood and avoids the superfluous
  • Bangkok

    By Poliform An exclusive and stylish wardrobe designed by Operadesign. A piece of furniture always unique like you.
  • Stratus

    By Poliform Unfinished Stratus, designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, is characterized by the peculiar door working. An aesthetic moderate detail that marks the fronts of the compositions.
  • Ego

    By Poliform Lightness and transparency are the qualities that define Ego wardrobe, design Giuseppe Bavuso. A new proposal dedicated to the order characterized by maximum neutrality.
  • Skin

    By Poliform Skin, design CR&S Poliform, is a wardrobe characterized by the peculiar door working. The versatility of the Senzafine system allows it to be placed in every room, offering the greatest space in any situation
  • Sand

    By Poliform The aesthetics of wood in a wide range of colours, from total white to walnut c. and the palette of mat lacquered colours. Sand is made of pine melamine, with its grain and natural sensation.
  • Ocean

    By Poliform Ocean design CR&S Poliform: The luminosity of shiny glass for a wardrobe that gives the idea of pure space. A project that exploits light, thanks to the breadth of surfaces.