- "We design the Wardrobe using 3D graphic design."
- "The business is flying!"
- "It's very positive for us."
SKÖN are an Irish owned company with over 15 years’ experience specialising in bespoke luxury sliding wardrobes. When choosing SKÖN you choose to support local trade yet invest in exceptional Scandinavian inspired furniture.
This company takes inspiration from the beauty, elegance and simplicity of Scandinavian design.
Their units are completely handmade by the team. This means each unit is designed from start to finish for you and your space only which makes it a completely unique piece.
SKÖN pride themselves in using only fully qualified cabinet makers for both the manufacture and installation of your storage solutions.
The team work from their very own offices, showroom and factory in Churchtown, Dublin 14. This allows all of their staff from designers to the production team and fitters to work alongside each other throughout the entire process of making your bespoke wardrobe.
SKÖN ‘s product range consists of 2/3/4/5/6 sliding door wardrobes, corner wardrobes, walk in wardrobes, all of which can include vanity units, television units and study desk area. We also provide 3D graphics of your custom built unit.
SKÖN also try to make the customers experience as hassle free by providing extra services including the removal of existing wardrobes, electrical work such as moving sockets and installing lights, and some building works including stud walls etc.
“When a customer contacts us we provide the full service from the beginning to end of the project.
“The business is flying.
In terms of the future of SKÖN ?
We have recently renovated our state of the art showroom with the latest trends along with some classic designs, which include new materials and colours to our ever expanding range. We have also invested in our in house production factory, this investment helps our crew produce the highest standard of finish which the Irish wardrobe market has not seen before. “so it’s very positive for us, concluded David Doyle.