Nowadays people have a lot of possessions but nowhere to put them; not only that but modern homes and converted flats offer much less storage than we previously had.
A family of four might typically have at least twenty pairs of shoes between them but have nowhere to put them all. In such circumstances, shoes are often kept in hallways, on landings or in individual bedrooms. We all know that wearing shoes through the house is not desirable. People do not like dirty shoes being worn through the house, spreading germs.
Even if a conventional shoe cupboard is fitted in a hallway, more often than not, it cannot cater for all the household shoes.
SK cupboards stems from the realisation that most dwellings have corner spaces which are underutilised. These may be for example be in the hallway entrance or corridor, even in a reception room or any room at all.
SK cupboard takes advantage of any corner in the hallway, passage or room and occupies the space between the floor and the ceiling. Shoes of any description up to size 12 shoes fit comfortably on the removable shelves.
SK cupboards blend comfortably into the surrounding features and are to a great extent very discrete and hardly noticeable.
The unit is fixed to the wall through a central metal triangular frame from which the shelves are slotted into.
The SK cupboard doors can open left or right handed.
The main colours are neutral but can be matt or gloss.
The units come in 3 sizes:
2500mm, 1500mm and 1000mm
Visit website :www.shukorner.com
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