The charming Danish couple behind the design company Klintdrupp switched from clothes chaos to smart structure with an industrial New York vibe.
The next job was to dismantle the old wardrobe to make room for the new one. This proved more troublesome than they had expected. More than 100 nails were holding the shabby old wardrobe in place. Removing it was the most time-consuming part of the project.
- Once all the parts for our Elfa wardrobe had arrived, assembling it only took a few hours. It was no effort at all! And it only needed eight screws in total, I think. The system clicks together and is extremely easy to assemble.
Thomas points out that the assembly process would probably have taken even less time if Jesper hadn’t kept stopping to take masses of photos from different angles for posting on his social media channels.
Thomas and Jesper used to keep their footwear jumbled together in a box. Elfa suggested installing a shoe rack lower down in the wardrobe to get a feel of which footwear pairs well with an outfit.
- Our clothes and shoes are so clearly displayed and organised in the wardrobe that it’s a real pleasure to see all the clothes that we already own, including those we’d forgotten about.
The hallway, which you can view from the dining area, was also updated in the same style as the wardrobe in the bedroom.
The husbands Thomas and Jesper Klintdrup Holm live in an apartment in Horsens in Denmark. Their design company Klintdrupp specialises in interior décor, styling and marketing. Jesper is a successful interior blogger with a huge passion for design.