A few weeks back I reviewed a doorless version of a Langria Interlocking Plastic Wardrobe that is a fantastic product. This was a great wardrobe and this one I am reviewing now follows the same design principle, with the exception of added doors.
How easy is this interlocking plastic wardrobe to setup ? Is the quality good?
This wardrobe is extremely easy to assemble, although I have had trouble with the doors, which, I’ll get on about shortly, but first the main assembly. Just like the other interlocking plastic wardrobe I own the assembly of the main unit itself is extremely easy and very fun to do. All the pieces simply slot together to create nine equally sized square box storage areas. You can have the shelving unit setup as a basic rectangle shape like I have or various other shapes if you are feeling adventurous. The process is to simply just take a square and connect it to three other to make a box, which you then repeat as you gradually connect each box together and end up with your desired nine space cabinet.
Attaching the doors follows the same process, which involves simply clipping them into the frame area. The hard part comes when it comes to ensuring they are properly aligned with the space they are sat in. I actually managed to finally get the issue sorted on all of the doors but one, which for some reason I just can’t get to properly line up with the frame and the small magnet catches that keep it shut.
The doors have a zebra pattern finish to them with four doors colored in black with stripes and five doors colored in white with stripes. This gives the wardrobe a cool looking appearance, that would look good in any modern bedroom space.
The build quality of this interlocking plastic wardrobe is actually quite good. Each of the pieces feels extremely well made and the shelves do a fantastic job of holding things, without showing any signs of weakness. I am also very happy to say that it is very sturdy with no wobbling or loose parts.
Using the Interlocking Wardrobe
I have this interlocking plastic wardrobe set up in my little boy’s bedroom and use it store some of his stuff like toys and books. As you will see from the photos I have provided the space is enough for my needs. There was also a hanger included but I decided not to use this and stuck to nine cube space areas instead.
I must say I am very impressed with how well the Langria interlocking plastic wardrobe is able to hold the contents just as good as a solid wooden piece of furniture would.
This interlocking plastic wardrobe by Langria is simply amazing. It’s easy to put up and looks amazing. The only real issue I have had is the doors and lining them up properly. As a space saving solution, this is brilliant.
I received this product for free in return for my honest and unbiased review. This has had no effect on my overall opinion of the product.