The Alta and Bella wardrobe closets share identical materials and quality of construction. All are built to last a lifetime, and available in our full spectrum of colors and finishes. But that’s where the similarities end.
The Bella collection includes a number of perks. Some of these are functional while others are mostly cosmetic. Combined, they make the Bella Collection the more luxurious choice.
Alta Wardrobes: have a base height of 72″.
Bella Wardrobes: have a taller height of 84.25″.
Besides the obvious benefit of a larger storage space, the added height of the Bella wardrobe collection means these wardrobes are excellent candidates for double hang rods.
Alta and Bella Wardrobes: can both be made taller with optional storage toppers.
Note: The extra height of the Bella collection means these wardrobes are built in 2 pieces, with a side seam separating the top and bottom halves.
Matching Interior Finish
Alta Wardrobes: are constructed with mostly white interiors. Shelves, interior drawers, and other interior surfaces are finished in matte white.
Bella Wardrobes: include matching finish for most interior surfaces. Shelves, interior drawers, vertical separators, and the top and bottom of the cabinet interior will be constructed with the same matte finish as the outsides of the furniture case.
This is strictly a cosmetic difference, but it offers the option to give the inside of the closet the same finished wood look as the outside, if desired.
Alta and Bella Wardrobes: both have white backs. Also, the interior of the leftmost and rightmost side panels will match the exterior matte finish for Alta and Bella Collection wardrobe closets.
Upgraded Hang Rods
Alta Wardrobes: are equipped with white, powdercoated steel hang rods. These are reliable, and do their job well.
Bella Wardrobes: boast upgraded hang rods which are 1.25″ in diameter and plated in polished chrome.
Alta Wardrobes: feature ball bearing drawer slides for smooth, effortless opening and closing.
Bella Wardrobes: feature full extension ball bearing drawer slides.
These open all the way out, making the rearmost corners of the drawers more easily accessible.