Money Back
  • Free
  • Off


Our wardrobes are sturdy, reliable and long-lasting and our collection includes many oak wardrobes, as well as pine, painted pine and walnut.  Our high quality wooden wardrobes are available in a range of sizes; single wardrobes are great for children’s rooms or if you’re short on space, double wardrobes provide ample space for one person and triple wardrobes are great for sharing. 

Check out our other solid wood bedroom furniture, or if you are not sure which one to chose, take a look at our wardrobe buying guide.

Pine Wardrobes

We have a wide range of pine, oak and walnut wardrobes as well as several other types of wood and have a versatile range to suit many different types of setting and décor. Our One Range low double full hanging wardrobe is one of our made to order solid pine wardrobes which are constructed to traditional, high standards with tongue and groove drawer bottoms and wardrobe backs. These pine wardrobes are made in Britain and come fully assembled for practicality, giving these an extra solidity.

Children’s wardrobes

Our Jack and Jemima range of children’s furniture is excellent value for money and a beautiful hand painted bespoke range. The children’s wardrobes in this range are made in the UK from pine sourced from sustainable managed forests, making them stunning and environmentally friendly. The Jack and Jemima Kids single robe with shelves is hand sprayed in warm white and is available with a pink or blue accent.  These particular children’s wardrobes have three useful shelves and painted backs between the shelves.

Single wardrobes

We have a vast variety of single wardrobes to choose from, ideal for small spaces or for kids bedrooms. Our Beaumont Painted single full hanging wardrobe is available in a selection of five different colours; brilliant white, off-white, lichen green, truffle and bone grey to suit many different rooms. This range is inspired by French designs and all items except beds come fully assembled making them durable and solid. These single wardrobes have antique finish metal knobs and are made from Scandinavian pine.

Large Wardrobes

Our range of wardrobes is extensive with many different sizes of robe for various room dimensions. If you have a large room, the Coach House Harvard oak triple wardrobe would be ideal, filling the space well but not overwhelming it. These large wardrobes are spacious yet elegant and streamlined, the light oak veneers bringing an airy look to any room. These large wardrobes are designed in the UK by master craftsmen, and made in Europe.  These large wardrobes are finished in oil to maintain the rustic look and tone of the oak.

Small wardrobes

Our small wardrobes are well made, and would be valuable investments due to their long-lasting quality. Our Vancouver Oak petite hanging wardrobe is made from solid European oak, reclaimed or from sustainable sources, making these small wardrobes eco-friendly. These items are carefully hand crafted and the backs of these small wardrobes are made of solid oak making them sturdy and substantial. These items are finished in a mixture of wax and oil which gives them an attractive shine and still maintains the rustic appearance.

Double wardrobes

Our double wardrobes are made from carefully selected wood and crafted to exceptional standards. The Cambridge Oak double wardrobe with one drawer is made from a high quality grade of oak and is made to exceptional standards. These double wardrobes have a useful drawer at the bottom, providing handy extra storage and feature sophisticated silver handles. These double wardrobes have chamfered, not square finished leg ends making them individual and elegant. This Cambridge Oak double wardrobe has a hanging rail in the top section, and the base comes assembled, with the top easy to assemble.

Triple wardrobes

Our furniture is made from incredibly high quality carefully selected wood and is long-lasting and affordable. In our versatile selection of wardrobes, we have a good choice of triple wardrobes which would provide ample storage. Our Chateau solid oak triple wardrobe is made from solid oak and has a dark finish. These triple wardrobes are full hanging throughout and have removable shelves in the right hand side for extra storage if necessary. These triple wardrobes are traditional but would be light enough to go with a modern décor too.

Walnut wardrobes

We have a wide range of wardrobes, many in oak and pine but also in walnut, ash and other woods. Our walnut wardrobes would provide a dark and interesting tone to a room, and would go well with a modern setting. Our Lyon Walnut sliding door large double wardrobe from our supplier Bentley Designs is a sturdy and substantial item made from walnut veneers set in American oak frames. These walnut wardrobes would add warmth to a room and combine clean, bold lines and first rate quality workmanship.

Single door wardrobes

We have a wide selection of wardrobes and a substantial array of single door wardrobes including children’s wardrobes. Our One Range single full hanging wardrobe is a made to order item constructed to high specifications. These single door wardrobes have tongue and groove wardrobe backs and are made in Britain. They come fully assembled and are available in a selection of different colour and lacquered pine combinations. These single door wardrobes are available in brilliant white, off-white or cream or in these colours with pine knobs and plinths.

Solid pine wardrobes

We have wide range of pine wardrobes, depending on your style preference, many of these items being made to order and available in a variety of sizes to suit any space. Our Mottisfont waxed single wardrobe comes with one drawer below for useful extra storage and is made from reclaimed pine. These solid pine wardrobes are traditionally hand waxed with a choice of wooden knobs or metal handles to suit your décor.  These solid pine wardrobes come in separate pieces, a drawer base, main body and a cornice section, making it easy and practical for delivery.

Antique pine wardrobes

Our range of wardrobes encompasses a vast variety of different styles to suit many different types of setting, whether ultra modern, classic, rustic or antique. Our Coach House Chateau painted large armoire is a substantial painted item, made to an antique French provincial style. These antique pine wardrobes are made from mahogany sourced from sustainable forests and this is painted in durable white paint. These items would add an authentic antique look to any room and these antique wardrobes have Louis Phillipe embellishments and intricate hand carved details, making them beautiful and long lasting items.

Painted wardrobes

Our selection of wardrobes mean that most will suit, with some being ideal for a modern space, some for a small cottage or farmhouse and some for large houses. The Alaska double wardrobe has a rustic feel with the contrasting two tone finish lending a warm and interesting look to a room. These painted wardrobes have clean and simple lines, which are designed to a New England shaker style, meaning they would bring a fresh look to a room. These painted wardrobes have a matt oiled finish which seals the item and protects it against every day wear and tear.

Old pine wardrobes

We have a selection of wardrobes which have an aged, antique or rustic look. Our Mottisfont waxed triple wardrobe has two drawers in the base and shelves in the right hand cupboard making it a very practical wardrobe capable of storing a lot of items. These old pine wardrobes are made from reclaimed pine, meaning that they are eco-friendly and have a rich, aged look. These old pine wardrobes come with a choice metal or wooden handles depending on your preference. These items are traditionally hand waxed adding to their aged appearance and these old pine wardrobes come in three main sections for easy delivery.

Pine wardrobes for sale

At Oak Furniture Solutions we have a wide selection of pine wardrobes for sale depending on the dimensions of the room and the style of other furnishings. Our Cotham Pine small double wardrobe is a chunky solid pine item and has ideal proportions for smaller bedrooms. Amongst our pine wardrobes for sale, these Cotham Pine wardrobes are elegant and compact with a hand-applied wax finish which protects them against every day wear and tear.

Cheap pine wardrobes

We have many different wardrobes to choose from with a selection to suit most budgets. Our Camden painted pine and ash 2 door wardrobe is one of our cheap pine wardrobes made from pine and ash and finished with an ivory knock-resistant paint. These cheap pine wardrobes are made to traditional standards and the solid ash tops are lightly lacquered, adding a subtle shine to the wardrobes. These cheap pine wardrobes are made with solid pine posts and frames making them substantial and hardwearing.

Single white wardrobes

If you are looking for white children’s bedroom furniture then our Nutkin range would be ideal. Our Nutkin Children’s single wardrobe with drawers is a timeless, clean and simple wardrobe, perfect for blending with a colourful décor. These single white wardrobes are constructed using solid European ash which is substantial and durable and sourced from managed plantations. These single white wardrobes feature two large drawers for extra storage and are fitted with stoppers to prevent them being pulled out completely and causing accidents. These single white wardrobes feature hanging space and adjustable shelves for added practicality.

Painted pine wardrobes

Our painted wardrobes are made to order items, which enable you to put your own personal stamp on them, to suit your décor and taste. Our One Range triple full hanging wardrobe painted/painted pine is made to exceptional standards and available completely painted in brilliant white, off white or cream, or painted with pine plinths and knobs. These painted pine wardrobes are made in Britain and come fully assembled for practicality. These painted pine wardrobes are available with a choice of wax or a hard-wearing lacquer providing protection against everyday wear and tear.

Every Piece of Oak Furniture You Need

There is a plethora of oak furniture available here and all at great prices. The bedroom furniture ranges include oak bedsoak bedside cabinetsoak dressing tablesoak mirrorsoak chests of drawers and oak wardrobes. You can also buy living room furniture, home office furniture and dining room furniture like dining chairs and dining tables.

Wardrobe Buying Guide

Standing tall and prominent, a wardrobe can make or break a bedroom. Select the right wardrobe and you will move a step closer to achieving your perfect bedroom.

Good storage is key to creating a sleek, uncluttered environment. A wardrobe is designed to store everything from clothing to blankets as well other bedroom items. Whether you’re looking for space for an ever-expanding collection of clothes, or you need a home for your vast shoe collection, there is a wardrobe for you. In fact, there are so many options available that shopping for one can be quite overwhelming. 

In this guide, we talk you through everything you need to know about wardrobes from the different styles available, choosing the right size to suit your needs, how to care for your wardrobe and much more. 


Finding Your Perfect Wardrobe

There are many different types of wardrobes on offer, in varying sizes and designs, to suit a multitude of rooms and storage requirements, but which is best for you?

What really matters when choosing a wardrobe is its function and how it's going to work within your space. Do you have a cavernous bedroom that needs a statement triple wardrobe to fill it? Or perhaps you have a cosy attic bedroom that needs a petite piece to nestle under the eaves? 

Freestanding or Fitted?

Fitted or built-in bedroom furniture typically fills the room from floor to ceiling and with very little space (or often no space) either side. Fitted wardrobes are normally bought as part of a whole bedroom refurbish, where you will need to consider new bedside tables, chests of drawers and other furniture at the same time. Whilst fitted wardrobes are great for maximizing space, you will need to factor in design and fitting costs. It’s also important to bear in mind that it will be extremely difficult for you to take your furniture with you if you move home. 

Free-standing wardrobes are a more flexible option. It can be bought as a single piece of furniture, or as part of a matching set. It will be up and ready to house your clothes almost instantly and will require very little assembly. You also have the option to move the wardrobe around your room or to other rooms in your home if you fancy a change.

Wardrobes for Small Bedrooms

If you have a particularly small space that you need to squeeze some storage into, such as a children's bedroom or even a corner alcove bedroom, then a midi wardrobe or a single wardrobe would be the most practical purchase. Our Vancouver Oak Petite wardrobes as well as our Lundy Painted & Oak Midi Wardrobes are ideal for children's rooms or bedrooms with very small proportions. These small wardrobes have a series of compact drawers on one side and a small all-hanging section on the other. 

You may also want to take a look at our collection of single wardrobes, which are tall but narrow, offering more floor space. 

Wardrobes for Large Bedrooms

If you’re lucky enough to have a large bedroom to furnish, you might wish to go for a substantial double or triple wardrobe. If you're short on drawer space, then a Gents wardrobe would be ideal. With drawers below and a full-length section above, gents wardrobes are ideal if you’re looking for drawers as well as hanging space. Why not try our Sherwood Oak Double All Hanging Wardrobe or our Westbury Reclaimed Oak Gents Wardrobe?

A triple wardrobe is the ultimate one-stop solution for clothes, extra bedding and any clutter that's hanging around the bedroom. For chunky and rustic triple wardrobes, have a look at our Devon Oak Triple Wardrobe or our Alton Oak Triple Wardrobe with Mirror. A lot of triple wardrobes come with full-length mirrors built into the central panel, which means that you don't need to purchase a separate cheval mirror or use up wall space with a mirror. Triple wardrobes are also available with sliding doors, meaning minimal intrusion on your bedroom space. 

Shopping For a New Wardrobe

When shopping for a new wardrobe, there are key questions to ask around style, size and wood type.

The style that’s right for you will be dependent on several factors, including your own taste, your existing furniture, the room dimensions and, of course, your budget. 

If you’re opting for a solid wood wardrobe, it is important to choose a wood type that compliments existing pieces of furniture in your room. 

The most common material for a free-standing wardrobe is solid wood whereas fitted wardrobes are more often crafted from a man-made material or a composite material such as MDF. If you want to make a striking statement in a spacious bedroom, then a walnut wardrobe or a high-gloss wardrobe with deeper tones would help to create a warming atmosphere in a room, drawing the eye to it. 

A light oak piece is ideal for creating a sense of space with lighter tones opening out the dimensions of a room. Rustic tones add warmth to a room, so a pine or darker oak piece displaying knots and grains will add a cosy touch to a room. Solid wood wardrobes are often offered with a choice of finishes. 

The majority of wooden wardrobes will be finished with lacquer, which protects and accentuates the natural qualities of the wood. Wax draws out the natural grain of the wood but is often considered to be less hard-wearing than a lacquer finish. Some wardrobes are finished with a coat of paint. Two-tone finishes are ideal for adding a fresh and unique look to a room.

Other features of a wardrobe that you might want to consider are:

  • Inside the wardrobe: Is there enough hanging space and can you reach? What internal storage does it offer and is the shelving adjustable? Adjustable shelving makes it easier to accommodate a small hanging space at the top of the shelf section.

  • Handles and Finishing Touches: Look out too for wardrobes, which feature a choice of alternate wood tops and handles. Some wardrobes are available with the choice of wooden or metal handles, which can really change the look, such as this Devon Oak Gents Wardrobe

  • Door Fastenings: It's also worth noting what sort of door fastenings a prospective wardrobe has. For example, a more traditional style wardrobe might feature an external showcase fastener, such as a latch.  In general, the majority of wardrobes will feature internal fastenings, either magnetic or roller catch. A magnetic catch will usually create a smoother opening motion, whereas a roller catch will be more secure.

  • Assembly: It's worthwhile checking the type of assembly required for any wardrobe before purchasing. Most wardrobes, unless given a bespoke paint finish, will usually come partially or completely disassembled, simply because of their size and dimensions.  Check the dimensions of the unassembled wardrobe to ensure it fits in your home. 

Should I Buy Online or In-Store?

Wardrobes are widely available from stores and online. 

Whether to purchase a wardrobe online or offline is often a tricky question, with both options having their merits. Some people find touching and feeling a wardrobe in store very useful, however you will probably find more choice and a better deal in terms of pricing online. Make sure that wherever you purchase it from accepts refunds and offers a delivery service if required.   

Measuring Up For Your New Wardrobe

Before taking measurements, you must decide where to place it. The ideal place for a wardrobe is often in the corner. However, in a small room, you need to be careful that a wardrobe doesn’t overpower the space. A handy tip is to remember to work with the proportions of the space you have; for example if you have an alcove you may choose a wardrobe that will fit perfectly, accentuating the room and saving space too. 

If you want it to make a statement, then place your wardrobe in the centre of a wall to draw the eye. Wardrobes with mirrors could be angled towards a window to reflect as much light as possible.

Once you have a good idea of where you want your new wardrobe to stand, measure the space to ensure that it is going to fit. Be aware of sloping ceilings, other furniture and anything else that might pose a problem such as protruding skirting boards and doors.

Caring For Your Wardrobe

When it comes to caring for your wardrobe, there are a few pointers that you should follow to ensure that you can enjoy your furniture for years to come.


  • Move nearby floor lamps periodically to ensure that the colouration of the wood matures evenly.

  • Avoid placing in direct sunlight to prevent your furniture fading over time. 


  • Use all-purpose cleaning sprays that don’t say that they are suitable for wood.

  • Overfill your wardrobe; clothes won't be able to breathe and hanging rails will be put under strain.

  • Place your wardrobe too close to heat sources such as radiators.


 * Oak Furniture Solutions do not accept any responsibility for any damage caused to furniture by the following of these guidelines. These guidelines are provided as informed suggestions only and are written as general notes for customers. Customers seeking professional, specific after-care advice should either contact us directly or get in touch with a professional polisher or furniture restorer. 



Copyright © 2017 Oak Furniture Solutions | Terms & Conditions | All Rights Reserved | Registered address: Unit B - Nova Distribution Center, Nova Way, Avonmouth, BS11 9DJ | Company Registration No: 06272009

Back to top