Maestro Collection

The Maestro Range

There’s no wardrobe quite so chic as a Maestro wardrobe. These sliding doors (or hinge, if you prefer) make a strong addition to any bedroom. And as they’re available in several different carcass finishes – as light or as dark as you like – they’ll complement the shades and tones in your happy place perfectly.

Be prepared to make a statement, because the Maestro wardrobes certainly do just that! Available in 100, 150, 200, 250 and 300cm widths, there’s a lot you can do with these wardrobes to really make them yours. Chop and change colours between the carcass and the doors and find a combination that really works for you and your bedroom. There are several different glass options for the frontages that will make all the difference to your wardrobe. Enjoy finding your perfect match!

With so many optional extras, you can create the perfect wardrobe for your needs (and desires) with the Maestro range. There’s the soft closing door system, extra rails, racks and shelves, lighting options galore and even a laundry shelf to choose from. Whether you’ll opt for extra built-in drawers? That’s up to you.

Whatever you go for, a Maestro wardrobe will become the ideal home for your things, and it’ll look rather gorgeous too. You’ll find matching drawers on each listing if you’re after a complete look.

Wiemann wardrobes are environmentally friendly too

All the materials used in Wiemann bedroom furniture pieces meet the requirements of formaldehyde emission class “E1”*.

Independent bodies monitor the Wiemann factories to make sure their products are always meeting these stringent requirements. The high quality surfaces on their solid wood products are physiologically safe and meet all industrial hygiene requirements and standards. And you’ll be pleased to know that production facilities are all run in line with EU directives.

*If you’re wondering what on earth that means, Class E1 stipulates 8mg or less of formaldehyde per 100g oven dry board for unfaced particleboard, OSB and MDF (under test method EN 120). It also stipulates 3.5mg/m2h or less of formaldehyde release for all other panel products under test method EN 717-2. Bit of a mouthful, right? Basically, it’s pretty green.