SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm

This pull-out wardrobe is based on a child's perspective. Here they get a full overview and can reach clothes and items from two sides – even smaller children or those busy with more important things.

Article number593.890.13

Product details

With hooks on the inside and outside, it’s easier to hang clothes, backpacks and other things that would otherwise end up in a pile on the floor.At the bottom of the pull-out storage there is a box for everything that needs to be quickly cleared away.There are also 5 wire baskets inside the wardrobe.To save on our natural resources and make use of as much of the tree as possible, we’ve used sawmill leftovers and scrap wood in the particle boards for SMÅSTAD.Included: Door and hinges.5 KONSTRUERA wire baskets, 2 HJÄLPA hooks for clothes rail and 4 LÄTTHET hooks and clips are included.WARNING! TIPPING HAZARD – Unanchored furniture can tip over. This furniture shall be anchored to the wall with the enclosed safety fitting to prevent it from tipping over.Knobs and handles are sold separately.If you want to organize the inside, you can complete with HÄNGIG accessories, sold separately.Different wall materials require different types of fixing devices. The included screws are suitable for wooden materials and the wall plugs can be used for plaster, concrete or masonry. Follow the instructions for the wall type in your home.
Article number593.890.13
  • Pull-out storage unit
    Top panel/ Side panel/ Partition:Particle- and fibreboard with honeycomb paper filling (100% recycled paper), Paper foil, Paper foil, Plastic edging
    Bottom panel:Particle- and fibreboard with honeycomb paper filling (100% recycled paper), Paper foil, Plastic edging
    Back panel:Fibreboard, Plastic foil
    Drawer front:Fibreboard, Acrylic paint
    Drawer back/ Drawer bottom/ Drawer side/ Others:Particleboard, Melamine foil, Plastic edging
    Hook for clothes rail/ hook and clip
    Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    Pull-out rail for baskets
    Basematerial:Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    Wheel:Acetal plastic
    Wire basket
    Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
  • Pull-out storage unitBy using fibreboard with a particle board frame and honeycomb paper as filling material in this product, we use less wood per product. That way, we take better care of resources.We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
  • This product comes as 15 packages.
    SMÅSTADPull-out storage unitArticle no704.458.71This product has multiple packages.
    Width: 56 cmHeight: 11 cmLength: 110 cmWeight: 23.30 kgPackage(s): 1
    Width: 53 cmHeight: 7 cmLength: 125 cmWeight: 20.70 kgPackage(s): 1
    HJÄLPAHook for clothes railArticle no904.461.48
    Width: 9 cmHeight: 4 cmLength: 16 cmWeight: 0.10 kgPackage(s): 1
    HJÄLPAPull-out rail for basketsArticle no103.311.94
    Width: 8 cmHeight: 6 cmLength: 65 cmWeight: 0.44 kgPackage(s): 5
    KONSTRUERAWire basketArticle no204.513.79
    Width: 25 cmHeight: 13 cmLength: 51 cmWeight: 0.77 kgPackage(s): 5
    LÄTTHETHook and clipArticle no104.369.78
    Width: 9 cmHeight: 2 cmLength: 16 cmWeight: 0.05 kgPackage(s): 2

Product size

Depth: 
57 cm
Height: 
108 cm
Width: 
80 cm
SMÅSTAD Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white, 80x57x108 cm

Easy to find in a pull-out wardrobe

Do children's clothes end up in a pile in the wardrobe or on the floor? It's no surprise. For older children it’s cumbersome and takes too long to hang clothes on hangers – and for a four-year-old, it’s simply too difficult. So when we developed SMÅSTAD storage system, we wanted to make a wardrobe based on children’s abilities and their reality. Part of our inspiration came from an unexpected place – the kitchen.

Product developer Karin Blindh Pedersen and her colleagues started off by visiting families around the world. “We saw that even with wardrobes adapted for children, they’re often too deep. The children can't reach or get a good overview of their clothes.”

Big and small experts helped out

We also studied children's development research and looked at how storage needs are solved in schools and preschools. Everywhere there was knowledge and experience that helped us in our work. One of all the insights we gained was that everyday routines and the choice of clothing easily leads to a struggle between adults and children. So how could a storage solution help them to get their routines together at home to flow a little more smoothly? It ended up forming the basis of our work, and when the first prototypes were ready we invited our experts again – to praise or give a thumbs down to all the ideas.

Simpler with fewer choices

There is a hard nut to crack for most families: the small child who wants to decide for themselves and the adult who thinks they know best. You’ve probably experienced a three-year-old who is quite sure that birthday party clothes are just the right choice for a Monday morning. Being able to choose for themselves and have an overview of their clothes is really important for a child’s development, but it will be simpler for them if the choices are limited (and reasonable). That’s why the storage in SMÅSTAD wardrobe can be divided into different levels – an upper one you have control over, and a lower one where the picky three-year-old reaches a slightly smaller range of choices. It's tricking them a bit, we know, but it’s a good means to an end: the child can see their choices just the right amount in order to make their own decisions.

Ages 0-2 – calm start with safe routines

In anticipation of the new family member arriving, you can prepare a cosy, safe and practical place for changing diapers, clothes and everything else that concerns the baby's care. Then coming home with your newborn baby can be completely wonderful, but also a bit overwhelming. The laundry pile grows and you try to juggle doing everything that needs to be done while holding the baby at the same time. With a combination of SMÅSTAD changing table and storage, you can easily reach everything you need on hooks and in drawers, and can still have a snug hand devoted to your child. As the baby develops and begins to perceive more of their surroundings, you can put up colourful pictures around the changing table and hang up a mobile that grabs their attention. When the diapers period is over, the changing table can easily be lowered and turn into a reasonably high table for play and drawing.

Ages 3-7 – full speed ahead

During this period, children develop at an astounding rate. Play is most important, but taking responsibility for one's things and getting dressed on their own are routines that make the child grow and feel independent. Since it takes time for all motor and sensory skills to develop, it is important that storage is adapted and easily accessible. Many children, for example, find it difficult to hang up and remove clothes from a hanger – even if it’s child-sized. And if the wardrobe is deep, it's hard to see and reach the clothes furthest back. That’s why we made it possible to divide the storage in SMÅSTAD into different levels, so that your child can reach just the right amount of clothes on hooks and in wire trays or drawers. To simplify the morning routines, you can label the storage with pictures in label holders, so both you and the yawning four-year-old know where the socks are.

Ages 8-14 – personality takes over

This is an exciting time. Friends become more important, the child fully explores their identity and is happy to show off their style and interests. At home, favourite toys and posters can change from one day to the next. The variability is part of the development and to stimulate it we’ve developed a cork door for SMÅSTAD. There they can create their world of images and important things – without the wall being riddled with holes. The fact that clothes end up in piles on the floor is not out of the ordinary since they’re focused on everything but complicated hangers. Instead you can place hooks on both the inside and outside of SMÅSTAD so it’s faster to hang clothes, backpacks and other things. At the bottom of the pull-out wardrobe is a drawer where they can pile in everything that needs tidied away. We think that both children and their parents like simple solutions. Pretty smart, right?

Easy to find in a pull-out wardrobe

When we visited families around the world, we realised that an ordinary wardrobe with doors is often too deep and too tall from a child's perspective. SMÅSTAD simply needed a new type of storage. Inspired by our kitchen range, we got the idea for the stable pull-out storage. When our small and big experts eventually got to test it and pulled out the wardrobe, pretty much everyone said "Wow!" They really liked getting such a good overview and being able to reach everything from two sides. The high edges of the bottom are used to strengthen the construction, but at the same time they create a storage drawer for everything from the baby's diapers to the child's toys and the teenager's sportswear. Pretty smart, right?

Small details solve new needs

Living with children is like experiencing constantly changing surroundings. Most parents around the world seem to agree. Suddenly a jacket is too small, the soft toy is too childish – or it's time to share the wardrobe with a younger sibling. In order to make SMÅSTAD as flexible as possible, we developed a number of accessories such as hooks and handles, label holders and a mirror – all of which you can easily add or remove as needs change.

Everything on its hook

Have you thought about what a school corridor looks like? They’re often full of hooks, and that’s no coincidence. Hangers are difficult to handle for children of most ages, and lifting out a garment from a neat pile of folded ones in the wardrobe can be almost impossible (and just as difficult to put back). Both HJÄLPA and LÄTTHET in our hooks range fit SMÅSTAD and have been expanded with two new smart hook models. One that you attach around the clothes rail, and one that fixes in place over a door or a drawer so that the back works like a clamp for the latest drawing or photo. Besides clothes, the hooks can be used to hang backpacks, necklaces, hats – basically everything that busy children want to be able to reach quickly and easily.

Symbols guide in the wardrobe

Children learn through repetition and routines, but may sometimes need some help along the way. In preschools, symbols and signs are often used to help with structure and guidance. Even at home, symbols can support daily routines and are a way to communicate without nagging. With HÄNGIG label holder you can label drawers with pictures of socks, underwear and sweaters so it will be easier for a half-awake child to find the right garment. Use the symbols included with HÄNGIG or let your child create their own using some colouring pens. With the label holder, children can also pimp their wardrobe as much as they like – without you pulling your hair out over old stickers that don't come off.

A private room sized two square metres

During their school years, it becomes increasingly important for children to have their own private nook where they can do arts and crafts, play games and read – on their own or with a friend. But it is not always easy to create this privacy if they share a room with a sibling. With SMÅSTAD loft bed, we wanted to create a room within the room and fit in as many features and as much flexibility as possible in a small space. Under the bed there is a desk and a wardrobe that forms a wall towards the rest of the room, and if you add storage drawers there is plenty of room for clothes, toys and school things. Add hooks, cork doors and carefully selected handles for a well-thought-out nook with an ‘own room’ feeling.

Set the style with handles

How about a rounded wooden knob, or a metal handle in vibrant colours and a graphical style? Handles are a bit like the personality of storage furniture, and by changing them you can easily change the style without it costing much. For SMÅSTAD we’ve developed BEGRIPA, PLOCKAR and LAPPMES – handles and knobs which all have soft shapes and are adapted to allow the small hands of children to easily grip them. For older children there are JÄRNSPARV arrow-shaped handles that can be mounted facing different directions to create a fun and personal expression with a touch of attitude.

Safety first

It hurts to hit a sharp edge, no matter how old you are. That’s why the corners of all doors and drawers in SMÅSTAD are softly rounded. In order to make the entire storage system as safe and secure as possible, we already had our safety experts involved from the start. They are trained to see possible risks based on different ages. For example, the hinges have built-in dampers that catch the door so that it closes softly and reduces the risk of pinching small fingers. But you need to ensure the most important safety precaution at home: always anchor your storage furniture to the wall to prevent the risk of it from tipping over.

From kitchen regular to bedroom hero

The team looked at various storage solutions and realised what the pull-out drawer has meant in the kitchen. ”You see and reach everything. It gave us the idea of a pull-out wardrobe that gives a full overview and can be accessed from two sides.” Hooks and a shelf make it easy for children to both take down and hang back clothes and other things. ”Hanging a garment on a hanger or lifting it from a deep shelf actually requires several steps of motor skills that are difficult for a smaller child”, explains Karin.

The box for all ages

Safety experts were involved in the project and they realised that the bottom of the pull-out wardrobe needed to be stabilised with side sections. These side sections led to a smart box being developed with room for everything from the first package of diapers to costumes. Eventually it might become the teenager's dumping ground for their sports things. Karin thinks that the box sums up the entire pull-out wardrobe project. ”We want to give children of all ages the right conditions to do things on their own, in a way that feels easy and good for them.”

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Material

What is constructed board?

We use constructed boards when manufacturing many of our pieces of furniture, such as tables and wardrobes. They are light and resource-efficient, yet still stable and strong. Each board has a frame made of chipboard, fibreboard or solid wood, while the inside is a honeycomb filling structure made of mostly recycled paper, which is extra durable thanks to its special construction. The board is then covered with a protective paint, foil or veneer depending on the style wanted.

SMÅSTAD
Wardrobe with pull-out unit, white80x57x108 cm

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Knobs and handles are sold separately. If you want to organize the inside, you can complete with HÄNGIG accessories, sold separately.
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$ 6 346