Studiomama’s Metamorphic Wardrobe Transforms to Divide Your Space

Posted On Tue, January 12, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, January 12, 2016 By In Design, Furniture

This pastel and pale wood room divider by Danish designer Nina Tolstrup for Studiomama does at least two jobs, besides adding Scandi style to your room. It excels at closet duty, featuring a central hanging rail and ten drawers of varying sizes, but also functions as a room divider when its front doors are opened outward.

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The panels are made from canvas painted pale pink (which has been having a moment in the interiors world over the past year). Each panel has bracing made of cedar wood, which may repel moths and other insects. The wardrobe, made from a solid maple wood frame (chosen for its dense and hardy properties), can be transported flat-packed.

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Studiomama founder Tolstrup saw “an opportunity to re-think our live/work space,” after returning to London from time spent in Stockholm. She and studio co-founder Jack Mama found that using a flexible and non-permanent screen to divide space as needed rather than creating a permanent division was often an optimal solution.

The studio is developing versions of the Metamorphic screen for office spaces to be used as movable workstations and storage units. See more cool home items and space saving solutions from Studiomama here.

[Via Dezeen]

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Photographs by Dennis Peterson; Lead photograph by Elsa Young.

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