FT DESIGN courtesy of Aroni Delkov (Photo: Eyal Tagger)
If dressing rooms were once the province of the aristocracy and royalty, today walk-in closets are accessible to almost everyone, allowing you to brag about your sometimes unbalanced consumption habits. Who wouldn't want an average walk-in closet, arranged by shades, styles and sparkling sequins?
"The idea in a walk-in closet is to design a space that will be like a 'mini-store' in the house, with the personal clothing collection," explains Tamir Raz, CEO of Delkov. "One that will look inviting, that will easily reveal the 'wares,' and will allow you to easily make adjustments and personal styling. A perfect wardrobe is one that creates a perfect display of wardrobe items - from skirt to evening dress, suit to tie, and earring to high heeled shoe. "The better the wardrobe showcases your personal wardrobe, the more you can present a different look, meticulous, light, playful or sparkling every day – depending on the need, the occasion, or the mood."
Courtesy of Delkov (Photo: PR)
Courtesy of Delkov - Rounded profile (Photo: PR)
Raz further explains that there are also trends in the cabinet industry: "We feed off the world's largest design exhibitions, where we absorb as much as possible the mood in the global design scene. We adopt only trends and trends that we know we can carry out in perfect accordance with the Israeli home, no matter how large or small.
One of the most prominent trends is the transparent trend. The wardrobe has become a display cabinet, we meet customers who care about seeing and showing the items in a transparent and tangible way, they take pictures next to the closets and want to be proud of the items in the closet. As a result, cabinets are no longer a static product used for storage, but are a significant motif in the design of the room. The wardrobe is the item that takes up the most volume, even more than the bed, and as the trend to turn it into a design item increases, so do the special requirements such as transparent glass doors 3m high, with the standard being 2.55m. The glass doors come in three shades - transparent, transparent-brown and transparent-gray and these shades are obtained at the end of a process that the glass undergoes, which gives their natural shine and gives a dramatic, dark and very luxurious look.
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Tamir Raz, CEO of Delkov (Photo: PR)
Another innovation from the walk-in closets is a rounded profile. So far all profiles have been square. However, a 45-degree profile that flows through the design, does not "break" it, and is also more pleasant and simple to open. This is design news for all. The profile was developed by Delkov in collaboration with the global company Ramplus, in order to provide a design and practical solution, with the special design of the profile winning the prestigious REDDOT Award for 2023.
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