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From racks for hang­ing trousers through to dress­ing ta­bles with glass tops to dis­play jew­ellery, the op­tions for cus­tomi­sa­tion in walk-in robes are seem­ingly end­less.

And that also ap­plies to the ma­te­ri­als from which the wardrobes are made. Rather than hav­ing to stick with tra­di­tional white shelves, you can now choose from a range of ma­te­ri­als and colours. The Stegbar Gal­le­ria se­ries in­cludes three sep­a­rate ranges, known as the Essen­tials, Tai­lored and Couture col­lec­tions.

“They al­low peo­ple to cus­tomise and in­di­vid­u­alise their wardrobes de­pend­ing on their bud­gets,” Stegbar direc­tor of mar­ket­ing Chris­tine Evans says. “We re­ally wanted to make wardrobes more cus­tomised and ac­ces­si­ble. To some peo­ple, their wardrobe and clothes re­ally de­fine who they are and it’s an ex­ten­sion of them­selves.

“There’s a lot of op­tions out there and if you think about it and plan, and you know what your bud­get is upfront, you can re­ally achieve some great out­comes.”

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