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Walk in

Postby gammelnok » Sat Feb 14, 2015 6:14 pm

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Good afternoon to everybody on this wonderful day.

As we have a spare room next to our bed room the idea to make a walk in occured.

The room is square 3 meter by 3 meter. Attached a model of how we ( read my wife )
sees the finished result.

We are in no way biased in terms of material. Looks is second to price.

I am positive a lot of people have made built in's like this. Asking for prices what
should be expected?

Tahnk you
Rasmus
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Re: Walk in

Postby Sometimewoodworker » Sat Feb 14, 2015 7:50 pm

gammelnok wrote:
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Good afternoon to everybody on this wonderful day.

As we have a spare room next to our bed room the idea to make a walk in occured.

The room is square 3 meter by 3 meter. Attached a model of how we ( read my wife )
sees the finished result.

We are in no way biased in terms of material. Looks is second to price.

I am positive a lot of people have made built in's like this. Asking for prices what
should be expected?

Tahnk you
Rasmus


It really depends on your area and quite a few other factors. A while ago around here something like that would go for 60k.

However your plan is more for a wardrobe than a walk-in. Your hanging space is restricted, the top areas will need steps to access, even your hanging rail will be difficult for 95% of Thai people to use as it is over 2m from the floor.

I'm currently building a wardrobe that is about 1.85m high and 1.7m wide.
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Re: Walk in

Postby Sometimewoodworker » Sun Feb 15, 2015 11:18 am

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