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While walk-in robes were first associated with mas­ter bed­room suites, they have now be­come a pop­u­lar ad­di­tion in sec­ondary bed­rooms as well.

“Walk-in robes have def­i­nitely in­creased in their pop­u­lar­ity over the years,” Bur­bank Group man­ag­ing direc­tor Jar­rod San­fil­ippo says.

“A di­rect re­sult of this is that to­day, al­most all of our de­signs have a walk-in robe in the mas­ter suite in ad­di­tion to an en­suite, which def­i­nitely adds that lit­tle bit of lux­ury to the ev­ery­day.”

Jar­rod says Bur­bank also tries to pro­vide walk-in robes in other bed­rooms but it’s de­pen­dent on the amount of space avail­able.

“Most of our larger dou­ble-storey homes will have walk-in robes in all bed­rooms, which is a lovely lux­ury,” he says.

“We wouldn’t say walk-in robes are some­thing our cus­tomers are ex­pect­ing in ev­ery room at this point, but when it is pos­si­ble, it’s def­i­nitely a wel­come bonus.”

Jar­rod says a typ­i­cal Bur­bank walk-in robe in­cludes a 450mm deep shelf at 1650mm high with a hang­ing rail be­low.

“We of­fer a wide va­ri­ety of up­grades in­clud­ing open shelf units, drawer units, shelf and drawer units, dou­ble hang­ing rails and show racks, so buy­ers can re­ally make the space feel like their own,” he says.

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